THE BRIDGE X THE MUSE
Musings on Community
In light of the recent Asian hate crimes which have created a divide, writers at the Muse reflect on what communities mean. What does it mean at Duke? What does it mean in our country? Among humanity? In this volume, the Muse will dissect how communities should be interpreted to support one another.
At a political precipice, our writers examine the functions, operations, and effects of our highly gendered political system.
What does it mean to be a woman? What does it mean to be female?
Here are all the ways we are more than Just Girly Things.
Last year, a Feminist magazine was born. It sought to bring together Duke women of all backgrounds and persuasions to share their thoughts, opinions, and stories with the Duke community. Here is a collection of the pieces, each as unique and impactful as the women who penned them.
Powering Through the Pandemic
An exploration of women's struggles, lessons, experiences, and takeaways stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lessons We've Learned
Loving. Losing. Breaking. Making. Growing.
Through this volume, we invite you into our lives in the 2018-19 academic year. We share our lessons learned — the stories we’ve told ourselves, the people we've met, and the ways we've grown since September and beyond.
Love & Relationships
This month of love, our writers explore the meanings and intricacies of relationships in their lives: with partners, with themselves, with dating apps and more. Through poetry, prose, and even social experiments, this collection of pieces grapple with love and the quest for intimacy.
Women Changing the World
There are so many amazing women not only leading, but fundamentally changing their fields, countries, and the world. We hope to capture their stories and the issues they're tackling. They range from nuns to coaches to doctors to authors and more. We hope you admire them as much as we do.
Feminism at Duke
Duke feminists are bold and creative change-makers. In this volume, hear from Duke feminists as we define, digest, and explore the various means and facets through which gender equality exists on campus. Through reflections on campus life, literature reviews, profiles of Duke faculty and more, read through to learn more about feminism at Duke.