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A Camera: a Weapon and an Olive Branch

Guest post by Rachel Rubin ’19 On Sunday afternoon, Hillside High School’s Drama Department prepared for their Senior Night production of Fences—the program’s second play just in the month of February. The 1,200 seat performance hall was teeming with folks in their Sunday best, all wandering about, sharing hugs and laughs. Volunteers sold raffle tickets […]

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A Foundation of Appreciation

Guest post by Katherin Castillo | Afterschool Corps VISTA, Duke Community Service Center This semester I have been working as the Afterschool Corps VISTA with America Reads America Counts, a program in the Duke Community Service Center that focuses on tutoring students in K-8 in math and literacy at 16 sites in Durham. In addition to […]

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Q&A: Robyn Fehrman on Social Entrepreneurship

Robyn Fehrman is the Director of Programs for the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at the Fuqua School of Business. In this Q&A, she discusses the definition, mission, challenges and successes of social entrepreneurship. Q: Can you tell me a little bit about your role at CASE? A: We have three buckets […]

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