“A lot of the issues of our day are super complicated—like health care or immigration. You can’t pretend to know everything about that issue and have a strong opinion, and just because you don’t know what your views are doesn’t mean you don’t care.”—Audrey Kornkven ‘20
Duke University junior Audrey Kornkven, from Northfield, Minnesota, is pursuing a B.S. in economics with a concentration in finance, as well as a certificate in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. She is involved in a variety of groups on campus, including Duke’s traveling Model UN team, the Duke Investment Club, and Duke Business Oriented Women. She will spend summer 2019 in the investment bank at Morgan Stanley.
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