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Former U.S. Representative Barney Frank to Speak at Duke
Former Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank will discuss the current state of politics in the U.S. in a talk on Tuesday, Oct. 24, at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public …
POLIS 2016-17 Annual Report Now Available
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Devil’s Discourse Episode 1.7 — Taxes
Duke students Paul Forrester and David Wohlever Sanchez engage in a civil discussion on the justification and appropriate application of taxes. Sponsored by Duke’s Center for Political Leadership, Innovation, and Service, or POLIS.
Devil’s Discourse Episode 1.6 — Greek Life
Two Duke women, sophomores Adaiya Granberry and Madison Laton, engage in a civil conversation about the potential benefits and pitfalls …
Devil’s Discourse Episode 1.4 — Pro-Life / Pro-Choice
Two Duke University women engage in a civil conversation about the issues surrounding abortion and reproductive rights.
Running Start organization to train Duke women on how to run for office
Running Start, a nonpartisan national organization that trains women on how to run for elected office, will be on Duke’s campus March 5 to lead a half-day workshop for college women.
Duke in DC Program Adds Faculty, Focuses on Partisan Divide
The fifth year of the Duke in DC domestic study away program brings with it a renewed focus on bipartisanship and bridging the political divide.
Looking to Find a Way Toward Bipartisan Consensus North Carolina Politics
In the aftermath of a divisive election, Duke Professor Fritz Mayer opened an inauguration day panel Friday asking, “How do …
The Devil’s Discourse podcasts now available
POLIS’ new podcast series, The Devil’s Discourse, is now available!