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My greatest challenge has been to change the mindset of people. Mindsets play strange 
tricks on us. We see things the way our minds have instructed our eyes to see. We think 
the way our minds have instructed our minds to think. We are familiar with one way of 
thinking. 



Most of it comes during our academic years, during our student years. The teachers we 
had, the books we read - they made up our mindset, and ever since we are stuck with 
that. We cannot break through this. 






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DUKE UNIVERSITY 



101 Bryan Center 
Durham, NC 27708 
(919)-684-2856 
www.duke.edu 



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CONTENTS 



4 PROLOGUE 

38 STUDENT LIFE 

46 Tailgate 

58 K-Ville 

72 Springternational 

76 LDOC 



THECHANTI 
CLEER 



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UNIVERSITY 


106 


SPORTS 


152 


EVENTS 


184 


PEOPLE 


88 


Guest Speakers 


108 


Football 


154 


Matt and Kim 


188 


Senior Photos 


92 


Smith Warehouse 


114 


Volleyball 


164 


Lunar New Year 


232 


Group Photos 


96 


Duke Engage 


126 


Men's Basketball 


166 


Cameron Rocks 


252 


EPILOGUE 


100 


Faculty Spotlights 


132 


Women's Basketball 


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Men's Lacrosse 


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[PROLOGUE] INDEX 




6-7 SEASONS OF DUKE 

Photos by Stephanie Finch 

8-9 DURHAM CONGRATULATES THE 2010 NCAA 
MENS BASKETBALL NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 
Photos by Taylor Martyn 

10-11 MASCOT b CRAZIES, DUKE VS. UNC 
Photos by Fei Lian 

12-13 ROW FOR THE CURE 
Photo by Fei Lian 

14-15 CELLPHONES 
Photos by Staff 

16-17 DANCE CLASS 

Photo by Ashley Tsai 

18-19 BREAST CANCER AWARENESS EVENT 
SPONSORED BY DUKE RELAY FOR LIFE 
Photo by Taylor Martyn 

20-21 STUDENT PRODUCTION OF 'CLOSER' 
Photo by Nafeesa Jafferjee 

22-23 TAILGATE, FOOTBALL 

Photos by (left) Fei Lian (right) Chase Olivieri 

24-25 KID CUDI WITH CROWD, CAMERON ROCKS 
Photo by Taylor Martyn 

26-27 KOREAN H DAY DANCE PERFORMANCE 
Photos by Felicia Arriaga 

28-29 DUKE ENGAGE: FIJI 

Photo by Chrissy DiNicola 

30-31 DUKE CHINESE DANCE 

Photo by (left) Kristin Oakley (right) Fei Lian 

32-33 DUKE UNIVERSITY HAIR CUTTERS 
Photos by Fei Lian 

34-35 WOMEN'S GOLF 
Photo by Fei Lian 

36-37 POLEVAULTER 

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PURPLE WEEK 

2009-2010 marked the Purple 
campaign's inaugural year at Duke. 
In an effort to make students more 
socially aware, Purple polled the 
community to find which social 
causes they considered to be 
most important; Human Rights, 
Educational Inequality, Cancer 
Awareness, Research and Prevention, 
Race Relations, and Environmental 
Sustainability. Each day of Purple 
Week was designated to one of the 
five causes. Students wore T-shirts to 
show their support for the causes. The 
week culminated in a concert with 
Mike Posner (10) as the headliner. 




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BULL CITY 
FOOTBALL FEST 

In honor of the first football game 
between Duke and North Carolina 
Central University, both schools held 
a celebration for the greater Durham 
community. As part of an effort to 
extend beyond the "Duke Bubble," 
students were bused to the Durham 
Athletic Park to participate in a pep 
rally for the Bull City Gridiron Classic 
that took place on Homecoming 
Saturday. The event also had carnival 
games, food vendors, live bands, 
and performances by student 
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KRZYZEWSKIVILLE 

For the first time, a black tenting 
policy was implemented in K-Ville. 
Black tenting, which began one week 
before blue tenting, required Crazies 
to sleep under a tarp rather than a 
tent. The Crazies were rewarded by 
the first home win against University 
of North Carolina in five seasons. 







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'BLACK LOVE' 

The Black Student Alliance evaluated 
the status of relationships on campus 
at the Black Love panel discussion. 
Students took part in a discussion on 
the definition of 'relationship' within 
the Black community. The panel 
included students in relationships, 
faculty members, and relationship 
experts. 









CAMP KESEM DAY 

Camp Kesem is a summer camp for 
children whose parents either have 
had or have cancer In order to raise 
awareness for the camp, members 
threw an event on the plaza, known as 
Camp Kesem Day. The event offered 
sumo wrestling, rock wall climbing, 
and information for participants. 



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FREEDOM WITHOUT WALL 

To commemorate the twentieth 
anniversary of the fall of the 
Berlin Wall, a temporary wall was 
constructed on West Quad and 
covered in graffiti. 





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START-UP CHALLENGE 



The Duke Start-Up Challenge is an 
entrepreneurship competition that 
runs the course of the academic year 
for student-run start-up companies. 
This year, the challenge was 
celebrating its 10-year anniversary. 
The keynote speaker for the finale 
was Aaron Patzer (Duke '02), who 
recently sold his start-up, mint, 
com, for $170 million. This year's 
winner of the $25,000 grand prize 
was Wasabi, a revolutionary idea 
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ILEVATOR PITCH 



Irhe Elevator Pitch Competition 
(EC) Finale, 14 finalist teams (out of 
7 :eams) gave 1 minute presentations 
abut their start-up ideas to a panel 
ivestors, including Bill Maris, 

founder of Google ventures. The 
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dea. The Judge's Choice winner 
Biogenic Medical Devices and 
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LINDA BURTON, PH.D. 

James B. Duke Professor of Sociology 



What achievement are you most 

proud of? 

Raising four wonderful, successful 

children who are caring human 

beings. 

What is your favorite thing to do in 

Durham 7 

Go on walking tours. 

What is your favorite restaurant in 

Durham? 

Watt's Grocery. 

What is the best advice you ever got 
from a student? 
Continue to keep it real! 

What is something your students 

might be surprised to learn about 

you? 

I am an avid game show contestant 

and have appeared on The Price is 

Right' and 'Dream House!' 




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TOM HARKINS 

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proud of ? 
Exercising regularly. 

What is your favorite thing to do in 

Durham 7 

Take a walk in Duke Gardens in the 

spring. 

What is your favorite restaurant in 

Durham? 

Anotherthyme. 

What is the best advice you ever got 
from a student? 
To laugh more. 

What is something your students 

might be surprised to learn about 

you 7 

I'm a Japanese maples fanatic. 



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JNNE "A-Y" BRYANT, PH.D. 

Director for Training Programs and 
Multicultural Services Liaison, Counseling and 
Psychological Services (CAPS) 



What achievement are you most 
proud of 7 

The personal accomplishment I 
am most proud of is an ongoing 
one, parenting and raising my son 
Isaiah. My proudest professional 
accomplishment is having the 
privilege of serving as a consultant 
to the Center for Race Relations' 
Common Ground Diversity 
Retreat. I have served this student 
organization for seven years and had 
the opportunity to watch students 
transform their lives, their campus and 
their global communities in the spirit 
of inclusiveness and social justice. 

What is your favorite thing to do in 
Durham? 

Since 1994, I have always loved 
attending the American Dance 
Festival. Last year was the first time 
I experienced the ADF at the new 
Durham Performing Arts Center. It 
was magnificent. 

What is your favorite restaurant in 
Durham 7 

I'm not a "foodie" so for special 
occasions I like the Magnolia Grill. 
Given that I spend most of my waking 
hours at Duke, it really is the Loop. 
It is a place where I can go and like 
"Cheers", "everybody knows my 
name". The staff are the warmest 
kindest group of folks you will ever 
meet! 




What is the best advice you ever got 
from a student? 
Stay real. 

What is something your students 
might be surprised to learn about 
you' 

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What achievement are you most 
proud of 7 

I have very close relationships with 
my family including my nieces and 
nephews, and I am fortunate to have 
many dear friends from across my life. 

What is your favorite thing to do in 

Durham? 

Ride my bike on the American 

Tobacco Trail and take walks in Duke 

Gardens. 

What is your favorite restaurant in 

Durham 7 

Nosh. 

What is the best advice you ever got 
from a student 7 

When returning papers to students 
in class to place them directly in the 
students' hands rather than sliding 
them across a desk or table, because 
students could think you were 
avoiding contact with them just as 
many people do when someone's 
skin color is different than their own. 

What is something your students 
might be surprised to learn about 
you 7 

I bought my first drum set when I 
was twelve with money I had earned 
by babysitting and mowing people's 
lawns, and I played in a garage band 
during high school 



JANIE LONG, PH.D. 
Director of the Center for Lesbian, Gay, 
Bisexual, and Transgender Life and 
Affiliated Faculty in Sexuality Studies 
and Women's Studies 



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DUKES AND DUCHESSES 
Student Ambassadors 



Dukes and Duchesses is a group 
of volunteers dedicated to serving 
as student representatives of Duke 
University. It was founded on the 
belief that bringing undergraduates 
into contact with University affiliates is 
beneficial to Duke and to the students 
themselves. 







:enter for race relations 



he Center for Race Relations 
ZRR) consists of four departments: 
Haiogues, Common Ground, House 
bourses, and Students to Unite 
'uke (STUD). The CRR received a 
'istinguished Leadership and Service 
ward. 



Vision 

One day, Duke's community will be 
one of inclusion and respect that 
recognizes, embraces, and values 
both our common humanity and 
differences as individuals, creating 
a society in which identity is neither 
constrained nor prescribed by group 
affiliation. 



Mission 

As a student-run organization, the 
CRR acts as an ally for all individuals 
who are discriminated against and 
marginalized. We provide a safe 
space for meaningful exchange 
among all members of Duke's diverse 
community through sustained 
dialogue, academic engagement, 
social interaction, and experiential 
learning. 

The CRR challenges people to think 
critically about issues of diversity in an 
environment open to all perspectives. 



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FOOTBALL 

Coach David Cutcliffe 
Record 5 W, 7 L 



With another year under Head Coach 
David Cutcliffe, the Duke football 
continued the trend set by the 
previous season of development and 
improvement. The Blue 
Devils finished the season 3-5 in the 
ACC and 5-7 overall, both marked 
improvements from last year's season. 
Duke started off the season strong, 
winning 2 of its first four games, with 
convincing victories over Army and 
North Carolina Central. As conference 
play approached, the Blue Devils 
maintained this momentum, leading 
to a spectacular start to ACC play. 
After a tough fight in the toss against 
top-ten ranked Virginia Tech to open 
the season, Duke went on to win its 
next three ACC games, against North 
Carolina State, Maryland, and Virginia. 

Duke showed further signs of 
growth and improvement on both 
the stat sheet and the scoreboard, 
improving in a number of areas such 
as pass completion percentage, points 
scored, points against, and special 
teams efficiency. As has been the 
trend under Coach Cutcliffe, Duke 
remained a predominantly passing 
team, allowing startgin guarterback 
Theddeus Lewis to throw for 3,378 
yards and 20 touchdowns during 
the season, earning him ACC and 
national recognition. Among other 
Duke players receiving national 
honors, senior defensive tackle Vince 
Oghobaase was named as a third 
team All-American by Sporting News 

With the 2010 season fast 
approaching and Coach Cutcliffe 
deciding to stay at Duke, despite head 
coaching offers from other schools, 
Blue Devil fans everywhere should 
look foreward to another statement 
season. 



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WOMEN'S 
VOLLEYBALL 

Coach Jolene Nagel 
Record 27 W, 3 L 

Duke Volleyball ended the 2009 
season with its fourth straight 25-win 
year, and fifth straight trip the the 
NCAA national tournament. The 
team finished with an impressive 17-3 
conference record, 27-6 overall. In 
her 11th year as head coach, Jolene 
Nagal coached her best season yet 
and the second winningest season 
in Duke volleybal history. Despite a 
first round loss to the No. 24 ranked 
Tennessee in the NCAA tournament, 
the defensive prowess and cohesive 
senior class of the 2009 squad made it 
one of the most impressive in recent 
years. 

For the 10th consecutive year, 
two Blue Devils, Kellie Catanach and 
Rachel Moss, were named to the 
All-East regional team. Moss, one 
of the team's most prolific seniors 
and offensive weapons, went on 
to achieve first team All-American 
academic honors, while finishing 
top five in Duke Volleyball history in 
career kills, digs and service aces. 
The team will miss one of its most 
accomplished senior classes ever, 
losing seniors Christina Falcone, 
Rachael Moss, Sue Carls and Brittany 
Staffeil. The four composed Duke 
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MEN'S SOCCER 

Record 17 W, 9 L, 1 T 

Duke Blue Devils advanced to the 
third round of the NCAA Tournamer 
for the first time since 2006 after 
beating Winthrop in the first round 
and upsetting 14th-seed Michigan 
State in the second round. The thirc 
seed Wake Forest Demon Deacons 
advanced to the quarterfinal for the 
fourth consecutive year, while the 
Blue Devils finished the season with 
14-7 overall record. Andrew Wenge 
was named the 2009 ACC Men's 
Soccer Freshman of the Year and 
first team All-ACC. Junior midfielde 
Cole Grossman was awarded secoi 
team All-ACC honors, while freshm 
forward Ryan Finley earned a spot< 
the ACC All-Freshman Team. Eight 
Duke players were named on the 
2009 Men's Soccer All-ACC Acader 
Team. James Belshaw, Josh Bienei 
feld, Ryan Finley, Ryan McDaniel, K 
Sih, Matthew Thomas, Christopher 
Tweed-Kent and Andrew Wengerve 
all recognized for their efforts and 
accomplishments on the field in th 
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WOMEN'S SOCCER 

Coach Robbie Church 
Record 8 W, 9 L, 4 T 

Duke women's soccer tear 

away with a 2-0 loss tc --; ; 
of third-ranked Florida Stsre r " : 
quarterfinals of the ACC Tot la lent. 
Duke lost in the first round of the 
NCAA Tournament for the first 
time since 1997, breaking a seven- 
game winning streak in the NCAA 
Tournament first round. Their 2009 
season came to an end after they fell 
to the No. 12 Rutgers Scarlet Knights. 
2-0. Six Blue Devils, Jane Alukonis, 
Kendall Bradley. Tara Campbell. 
KayAnne Gummersall, Cody Newman 
and Elisabeth Redmond, earned the 
honor of being named to the All-ACC 
Academic Women's Soccer Team. 
For the seventh straight year, the 
Duke women's soccer team earned 
the 2009 National Soccer Coaches 
Association of America (NSCAA) 
College Team Academic Award. 







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SWIM AND DIVE 

Duke Swimming and Diving ended 
their season with both Women's and 
Men's teams placing 6th overall in 
the ACC Championships at Chapel 
Hill, NC ACC Divers of the Year 
Nick McCory and Abby Johnston 
represented Team USA at the 2010 
FINA/Li-Ning Diving World Series. 
McCory won the bronze medal 
in men's synchronized 10-meter 
diving and sixth place in the men's 
synchronized 3-meter springboard. 
Johnston won the bronze medal in 
the women's 3-meter synchronized 
diving. McCory ACC Male Diver of 
the Year and ACC Male Freshman of 
the Year, won the 2010 NCAA national 
diving title and 2 ACC diving titles. 
Johnston, ACC Female Diver of the 
Year, won the one and 3-meter ACC 
Championship titles. As a freshman, 
McCory has garnered an undefeated 
regular season, 3 Duke records, 2 ACC 
titles, 2 ACC Championship records, 
2 ACC conference records, 2 NCAA 
Zone titles, and 3-time All-America. 
Duke Diving head coach Drew 
Johansen was named USA Diving's 
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LM'S ROWING 

Coach Robyn Horner 

Duke Rowing ended their season with 
a 3rd place finish overall at the ACC 
Championship in Clemson, SC. At the 
Knetcht Cup in Camden. NJ, the team 
placed 1st in Open Quad, 1st in Varsity 
8 rowing, and 1st in Varsity 2 rowing. 
The Varsity 8 group was named the 
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Coach Beth Bozman 

Duke Field Hockey ended its season 
with a 9-10 overall win-loss record. 
Seniors Lauren Miller and Amie Survilla 
earned All-ACC honors and first team 
NFHCA All-America awards. Miller 
and Survilla were also named to the 
NFHCA All-Star squad. 13 members of 



Duke Field Hockey were named to the 
NFHCA Academic All-America team 
and 7 received ACC All-Academic 
honors. Miller was the 2009 ACC 
Scholar Athlete of the Year. Duke Field 
Hockey captains for 2010 will be Fee, 
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MEN'S 
BASKETBALL 

Coach Mike Krzyzewski 
Record 35 W, 5 L 




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ACC Regular Season Champions 
ACC Tournament Champions 
NCAA Tournament Champions 

By early April, it was clear that 
Duke Men's Basketball had just 
concluded one of the greatest 
seasons in the program's prestigious 
and storied history. The extensive 
and complete list of this year's 
accomplishments speaks for itself: 
35-5 overall record, 2-0 record 
versus rival North Carolina, 17-0 
home record, ACC regular season 
champions, #1 ACC tournament 
seed, ACC tournament champions, 
#1 NCAA tournament seed, and a 
fourth NCAA tournament national 
championship. 

While these incredible stats 
stand alone in demonstrating 
the historic nature of the team's 
accomplishments, those with ties to 
Duke know that the story goes much 
deeper. In the season where head 
oach Mike Krzeyewski coached 

i game at Duke, the men's 
ruly set the standard 

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teamates, Duke garnered the highest 



honors in college basketball a team 
laiden with Junior and Senior leaders 
rather than one-and-done hired guns. 
Lead by the Big Three of Juniors Kyle 
Singler, Nolan Smith, and senior John 
Shire, Duke presented their opponents 
with a more balanced attack than 
in previous seasons, along with the 
traditional suffocating defense that 
Duke is known for, helping lead them 
to a championship. Duke's big men, 
who provided variety to the offense 
and consistant rebounding, anchored 
the defense. The contributions of 
Miles and Mason Plumly and both 
ends of the court were bolstered 
by seniors Lance Thomas and Brian 
Zoubek, who played major roles in the 
team's late season and tournament 
success. 

Although the team will miss 
one its most beloved senior classes 
in years, the influx of talent and 
quickness Duke is set to receive 
from the incoming freshmen class, 
including red-shirt Seth Curry, has 
already generated talk of repeating 
next year. 



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FENCING 

Coach Alex Beguinet 

Duke Fencing ended their season 
with sophomore Becca Ward taking 
second place and junior Dorian 
Cohen taking seventh place (14-9 
championship win-loss) at the NCAA 
Championships at Cambridge. MA. 
Cohen is a two-time All-America and 
3-time NCAA qualifier. The team ranks 
11th overall with 49 total victories. 
Becca Ward was Duke's first NCAA 
Women's Champion in 2009 and 
took first place at the Mid-Atlantic/ 
South Regionals. Freshman Anthony 
Lin took second place in Men's Saber 
and Cohen took fourth in the Men's 
Foil. Emily D'Agostino took sixth 
in women's epee. At the Temple 
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WRESTLING 



Coach Clar Anderson 



The wrestling team ended its season 
5th overall in the ACC championship 
and 37th overall in the NCAA 
championship. Duke wrestling ended 
its season with a blowout win against 
Gardner-Webb 30-11. Senior John 
Barone ended his year with a win-loss 
of 17-9 overall. Heavyweight Konrad 
Dudziak had an overall win-loss 
record of 18-2 and was undefeated 
5-0 in Duals. Voris Tejada, a senior 
from Marlton, NJ, went 21-10 overall. 
Graduating seniors also include 
Spencer Jasper, Chris Thumen, and 
Ben Wales. A two-time heavyweight 



All-America, Dudziak ended his 
career with a fourth-place finish at 
the NCAA Championship. Dudziak 
also won his second ACC individual 
wrestling title, beating out UNC's 
Ziad Haddad. Dudziak was honored 
with the Most Valuable Athlete award 
and had a 79-18 record during his 
career at Duke, fourth all-time high in 
school history. Senior John Barone 
and sophomore Peter Terrezza were 
named to the NWCA All-Academic 
Team, with Duke ranked fourth overall 
on the NWCA Div. 1 All-Academic 
Top 30 List. 









MEN'S TENNIS 

Coach Ramsey Smith 

Men's tennis team ended the regular 
season with a 16-7 record and 9-2 
mark in the ACC. Duke finished 
second in the ACC with a 9-2 record 
and advanced to the finals of the ACC 
Tournament where they lost to No. 1 
Virginia. 4-2. The nine ACC wins is the 
highest finish for the Blue Devils since 
2006 when they were tied for first, 
also with a 9-2 record. Duke freshman 
Henrique Cunha became the first 
individual in ACC history to earn both 
the ACC Player of the Year and ACC 
Freshman of the Year honors. This 
season Cunha went 30-5 in singles 
and 35-5 in doubles. The duo of 
Cunha and Junior Reid Carleton have 
tied a school record for most doubles 
wins in a single year as a duo with 
35. Carleton was also named, for the 
second time, to the All-ACC squad. He 
received his first All-ACC selection as a 
freshman in 2008. 





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WOMEN'S TENNIS 

Coach Jamie Ashworth 

Women's tennis made its 22nd 
appearance in the NCAA Tournament 
However, Duke fell to Florida State 
in the ACC quarterfinals, marking 
the first time the Blue Devils failed 
to reach the semifinal round of 
the ACC Championships since the 
tournament's inception in 1986. Three 
Blue Devils, senior Elizabeth Plotkin 
and juniors Reka Zsilinszka and Ellah 
Nze, were selected to the Women's 
Tennis All-ACC Team. This season, 
Zsilinszka became the 18th player 
in Duke history to reach 100 career 
victories and is 109-25 for her career. 



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comedy group from Chicago was 
brought by DUU to perform at Duk€ 
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Weithberg and the show consisted 
of short scenes, songs and comedic 
improvisational sketches. Their routi 
brought a mixture of a satire, wit, ai 
creativity to the stage, and included 
guest performance by Duke Univen 
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was brought to Duke by the LiveEnt 
committee of DUU for the first time 
this year It consisted of a three-man 
comedy troupe that condensed ail of 
Shakespeare's work into short, sharp 
comedies. From performing Hamlet 
backwards, to rapping Othello, they 
shed a unique, witty and humorous 
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Cameron Rocks, organized by the 
Major Attractions Committee of 
the Duke University Union, returned 
in 2010 after a three-year hiatus. 
Cameron Indoor Stadium was 
transformed into a concert arena, 
hosting hip-hop artist and Grammy 
nominee Kid Cudi as well as N.E.R.D., 
a rock hip-hop fusion band fronted 
by artists Pharrell Williams and Chad 
Hugo, that headlined the event. 
Tickets for Cameron Rocks were sold 
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from the popular TV show 'Scrubs,' 
performed for the very first time at 
Duke, The band members, who are 
a quartet of friends, sang a cappela 
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Black Student Alliance Invitational 
weekend and was performed by 
students from all years representing 
the four seasons. The show kicked off 
with four explorers, who discovered 
well-dressed winter models and 
the show ended with the display of 
different summer attire. All proceeds 
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Awaaz, Duke's premier South 
Asian cultural show, is the largest 
student-run production on campu 
Sponsored by Duke Diya. this year' 
show had the central theme of Char 
and The Chutney Factory. After a 
dinner prior to the performance w 
South Asian food, Awaaz showcasec 
performances from many student 
groups such as Duke Dhamaka. DBS 
Raas, Defining Movement, and Duke| 
Chinese Dance. Senior Bangra this 
year, was the largest act of Awaaz 
history by bringing in 146 people 
on the stage of Page Auditorium. 
All proceeds from the show went 
to Duke Microfinance Leadership 
Initiative, which sponsors startups in| 
the developing world. 




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Ayrenne Adams Oluwatimilehin Adegoke Adedayo Aderibigbe Tomilola Adewale. 




Teresa Ai 



Olayinka Akmsuyi Ugochukwu Akwarandu Rachel Alaniz 



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Donald Allison 



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Max Attman 



Jane Alukonis Pongpitch Amatyakul Chelsey Amelki 







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Duncan Amos 



Aron Anderson 



Erik Anderson Jasmine Andersoi 






Mthew Anderson Marcus Andrew 



Andrew Apple 



Priscila Arellano Zameza 



Gina Arevalo 



Caitlin Ariens 




Lvrence Armand Jaclyn Arquiette Chinwe Atkinson 



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Allison Atwill 



Frances Aunon 




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Andrea Autrey 



Christina Azimi Amar Baatartsogt Linda Backus 



Ashley Badger 




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Merideth Bajana Christopher Baker 



Shari Baker 



Wilmoth Baker 



Jordan Baltes 




Christie Barnes 



Jessica Baron 



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Adam Barron 



Nim Barshad 



Janelle Barth 



Janet Bartholdson Samuel Barton 



Maggie Bashfc 




Taylor Bazemore 



Shannon Beall 



Mariel Beaumont Danielle Beckerman Timothy Begley 



Kiran Belarti 




Erin Bell 



Sheldon Bell 



Marc Belie 



Elizabeth Bellew Rebeca Benchimol 



David Benjar- - 




David Benson 



Etana Berger 



Gavin Best 



Lisa Bevilacqua 



Robert Bewkes Joshua E^ ler 




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Kathryn Birkenbach Heather Black 



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Allison Booth 



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Michael Bradley Stephen Render Braswell Nikolay Braykov 



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Prashoban Bremjit 



Danielle Brewington 



Victoria Bright 



Andrew Brimmer 



Kristina Broadie 



Christina Bronei 




Jamaur Bronner Adnenne Brower-Lingsch Asher Brown-Pmsky 



Julie Brummond 



David Brunell 



Peter Bruno 



Prashant Swaminathan 

Inside Joke Sketch Comedy 

WISER 

Lasya 

Center for Race Relations 

Major(s): BME. Econ Minor, Global Health 

Certificate 

Hometown: Freehold. NJ 



Favorite flavor loco-pop: Mojito. Noth- 
ing else staves off the sweltering heat of 
Durham quite as well. 

Describe a talent or skill that you discovered 
or honed at college 7 

Being more comfortable with my own jokes. 
After around 30 sketch comedy shows, 
stand-up performances, and emceeing 
opportunities, being on stage is no longer 
horribly awkward (for me anyway, no com- 
ment on the audience). 

Best piece of advice from a professor or 
faculty member at Duke? 

You now have the means to help girls in 
Kenya break the cycle of poverty. Please 
don't forget about them. 

Favorite eatery in or around Durham: 
OnlyBurger Truck. The sole reason I go on 
Twitter 

If it weren't for Duke I would be: _te: . r 

Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so 
he is. 

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Thomas Buley Michael Burdick 



William Burke 



Alexandra Burns 




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Timothy Burns 



John Burton Veronica Bustabad Catherine Butsch 



Karim Butt 




lison Byrnes John-Peter Cafaro 



Haolan Cai 



Nanjie Caihua Matthew Campbell Elizabeth Canela 




Nicholas Chan 



Ruth Chan 



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Vyshak Chandra Angela Chang Daniel Chang Fang-Chen Chang Grady Chang Joo-Young Chani 




Katherine Chang Yatyng Chang Rebecca Chappell Corinne Charity Alan Chen Chi-Fung Cher- 







Cynthia Chen David Chen 



Edith Chen Jennifer Chen 



Kevin Chen 



Lisa Chen 




Louisa Chen 



Mi Chen 



Michael Chen Megan Cheney Chloe Cheng Nancy Cheng 




fao-Wen Cheng Yishan Cheng Katherine Cho 



Michelle Cho 



Jay Choi 



Soo Hyun Choi 



Brian Chon Wutichai Chongchitmate Julia Chou 



Eric Chow Shwetadwip Chowdhury 




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Connie Chu 



Oranat Chuchuen Jordan Clark 



Elizabeth Clipp Tenesha Coates Elizabeth Coburn 




;adford Colbert Charles Colbert Lauren Coleman 



Ashley Collins 



Brianne Connolly Benjamin Contrella 




•Alexis Cook 



Andrea Coravos Allison Cordell Kiemesha Corpening Brad Corriher Alexandra Couch 




lessa Cousins Hannah Craddock Jonathan Cross Constance Crumpler Samantha Cunningham Amy Czaja 



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Kaila Davis 



Adam De La Torre Rebecca Dell 



Sophia Davis 



Jessica Davis-Ricci Stephanie Decker 




Gabnelle Delva Nicholas Del Vecchio Charles Depietro 





Marian Dickinson 



Sarah Diehl 



James Dimaiolo 



Xuan Ding 



Yilin Ding 



Ashley Disilvestro 




David Distenfeld 



Debra Dixon 



Kimberly Dixon 



Elizabeth Do John-Peter Dolphin Anne Donato 




Thomas Donnelly Stephanie Dreifuss Zachary Drillings Rachael D'Souza 



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Brittany Duck 



Laura Duncan 






Sally Duncan 



William Duncan 



Alex Edelsburg 



Lauren Egger 



Amy Ehman 



Frederick Ehrsam 




'Jacqueline Eisner 



David Eitel 



Spencer Eldred 



Lynn Elharake 



Elizabeth Elliott 



Aayah El-Naggar 



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Center-for Race Relations 

Resident Assistant 

RA Leadership Council 

Brownstone 

Chronicle columnist 

Dream Corps International 



lijor(s): Public Policy Studies 
imetown: Atlanta, Georgia 



F/orite flavor loco-pop: pomegranate 
gerine 



scribe a talent or skill that you discovered 
honed at college 7 

ling up for myself and learning to trust 
wn opinions. 

;t piece of advice from a professor or 
ulty member at Duke? 

you learn something 7 Did you enjoy 
ilass? That's all that matters/' 

sometimes tough to forget that there's a 
Brld outside of Duke... you've got to keep 
big picture in mind " 

prite eatery in or around Durham: Elmo's 

weren't for Duke I would be: 



i deliberate in my decision making, less 
jghtful and observant in my outlook, 
much less appreciative of the possibili- 
around me. 



must not cease from exploration. And 
end of all our exploring will be to arrive 
'.re we started and know the place for 
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Maja Falcon 



Christina Falcone 



Jamie Falow 



Manuel Fanarjian 



Michelle Fang Alexander Fankuc.n 



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Alexa Farmer Jacqueline Fasano 




Michael Feng Taoyuan Feng Zachary Fernandez Ann Fields Nakesha Figaro Heather Fildes 




Claire Finch Margaret Finch Stephanie Finch Catherine Findlay-Shirras Andrew First Victoria Fleischer 




Kala Flittner Megan Foran Lindsay Forbes Joseph Foster 



Jeffrey Fox 



Erin Franz 




Allison Fratto Michael Freedman William Frey Caroline Friedman Sara Friedman 



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Thomas Gamba William Gamerota 



Ian Gao 



Lianna Gao 



Phillip Gao 




Julia Garces 



Jasdeep Garcha 



Diana Garibaldi Daniel Gaultney 



Yiwen Ge 



Gwendolyr 3et 




Douglas Giannantonio Samuel Gibbs 



Sara Giedgowd Christopher Gilmore Courtney Ginn 




Manssa Gittelman 



Glaswand 



Sebastian Go 



Anumeha Goel Hwee Boon Goh 



Shiou Goh 







Ihelsea Goldstein Jordan Goldstein 



Lizhi Gong 



Nicole Gonzalez Alexander Gor 



,nn Mathews 

Alpha Kappa Psi Business 

Duke Microfinance Leadership Initiative 

National Pan Hellenic Council 

Order of Omega Greek Honor Society 

ajor(s): International Comparative Studies; 
nors-Economics, History 

ometown: New York 



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five years I hope to: 

jntinue in my current field with hopes of 
ward mobility. A few years after, I hope to 
3ve my talents to microfinance, 

hings you've done while at Duke that you 
nk everyone should experience before 
: aduating: 

iommon Ground 

tudy Abroad/Duke Engage Service 
Ibiects 
Duke Fitness Test 

st piece of advice from a professor or 
fpuLty member at Duke? 

1're a Duke graduate but keep things in 
spective, there is still much more you 
?d to accomplish. 

orite eatery in or around Durham: Parker 
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Jordan Green 



Kathleen Greenstreet 



Caroline Griswold 



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Michael Burakow 

Sigma Nu Fraternity me 
Co-chair of Sasha Burakow Touched I 

Angey 
TrueBlue Productions co-founde' 

Major(s): Major, Film/Video/Digitai 
cate, Theatre Minor 
Hometown: Fairfax Station. VA 



Favorite flavor loco-pop: Pomegranate 
Tangerine 

Describe a talent or skill that you discovere 
or honed at college 7 



The art of storytelling both literally. vt^H 
and musically. 

3 things you've done while at Duke thatyc 
think everyone should experience before 
graduating: 

-Get to really know a professor and mainta 
that relationship for at least all 4 years of 
your Duke career (even better, maintain it 
through life). 






-Find a project that you can be really dfl 
sionate about and then use EVERY restiB 
that Duke has to offer to complete it. Tm 
University has so much at your disposal- I 
(professors, libraries, professional per^H 
mances, Duke conversations, grants, etc), 

-Go to a tailgate, then rail . enougi 
the football game. 

If it weren't for Duke I would be: 

A graduate of film school and homeless in 
Hollywood. 







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Dylan Hamilton 



Monica Hamilton 



Anna Hammock 



Kathryn Hampton 






Courtney Han Mee Kyung Han 



Wei Han 



Diana Hancock 



Daniel Hanks 



Caroline Hanson 




l.ntington Hardisty John Harpham 



Naomi Harris 



Zachary Harris Joseph Harrison Natalie Harrison 




j'hristen Harsha Catherine Hartman Zachary Harvanek Michael Harward Kana Hatakeyama Isaac He 




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Kristin Heckler 



Hillary Hei 



Jillian Heinz 



Peter Heisler 



Daniel Heifer 




jglas Helferich Katherine Henderson Katrina Henderson Karl Hendrick Erin Hendricks 



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Edward Holt 



Justin Hong i 







Carmen Hu 



June Hu 



Katherine Hu 



Yanqi Hu 



Grace Huang 






Jonathan Huang Xiaodi Huang 



Ying-Te Huang Jesse Huddleston 



Eva Hudgms 



Paul Hudson 




Albert Huh 



Courtney Hunter 



Slater Hurst 



Irfan Husain 



Michael Hutchmgs Elizabeth Hwang 




ongwoon Hyun 



Emily Ice 



Yvonne Ikoro 



Mary Inglis 



Scott Ings 



Michelle Jablons 




eleste Jackson Justine Jackson-Ricketts Sunjay Jalaj 



Shawheen James Courtney Jamison Spencer Jasper 




Neal Jean 



Paras Jhaveri 



Betty Jiang 



Helen Jiang 



Linda Jiang 



Anne Jiao 



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Alice Johnson 



Jenaye Johnson 



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Soraya Johnson 



Jorden Jones 



Kelly Jones 



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Mathavi Jothimurugesan 

Liz Turner 

Duke University Uniorifl 
Major Attractions C 
Last Day of Classes (LDOC) Cd~ 
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Student Alumni Advisory I 
Duke Alumni Affairs Special Event: 

Major(s): Environmental Science ar 
Earth and Ocean Science, 

Hometown: Miami, FL 

Favorite flavor loco-pop: Mojito 

If you could bequeath something frcm\ 
4 years at Duke to anyone, what would i|< 
and to whom? 

My Duke Basketball #3 Jersey. I w 
every home game this past year. It's] 
the reason we were 17-0! I'd give 
good friend and fellow Crazie, Ah 
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faculty member at Duke? 

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Favorite eatery in or around Durham: E 
Diner 

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nights And don't think that you can't stcj 
by the bar. 

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The Chronicle 
Hoof n' Horn 

Major(s): English Major/Ethics Certificate 

Hometown: Columbus, Ohio 

Favorite flavor loco-pop: Pomegranate 
Tangerine 

Best piece of advice from professor or fac- 
ulty member? 

Come to class. 

In five years I hope to: 

Still happy, still writing, and in love. 

3 things you've done while at Duke that you 
think everyone should experience before 
graduating: 

1. Running at sunset on the WaDuke trail 

2. Attend a meditation in the basement of 
the Chapel 

3. Befriend Grace from Grace's Cafe 



I sank down into darkness and lived among 
the demons for a long, long time I became 
one of them. But I was not saved by an 
innocent girl or an angel crying in heaven. I 
was saved by another demon, who looked 
on me with pity and so became human 
again. And because I pitied her in turn, I was 
allowed to become human, too. 

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Major: Psychology 

Hometown: Washington, DC. 

Favorite flavor loco-pop: Cherry Lime 

Best piece of advice from a professor or 
faculty member at Duke? 

Don't be afraid to see the world or things 
around you in different ways. 

In five years I hope to: 

Become a guru in my chosen industry aq 
use the acquired knowledge to develop r 
entrepreneurial ventures. In addition, I pre 
ably would have recently finished Busines 
school at this point. Next, I will attempt tc 
accumulate at least $1 million and a Lam! 
rgini. This will be a prerequisite before tak 
over the world. 

If it weren't for Duke I would be: some 
with a very limited view of the world ai 
limited view of my capabilities. There 
been numerous times during my four 
here when I have completely surprised 
myself. 



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Varsity Swimming Team 

Freshmen Advisory Council Board 

Collegiate Athlete Premedical Experience 

Alpha Delta Pi 
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Major: Biomedical engineering 

Hometown: Katy, TX 

Favorite flavor loco-pop: cookies b cream 

If you could bequeath something from your 
4 years at Duke to anyone, what would it be 
and to whom? 

I would pass down the advice that I have 
learned from so many different people over 
my 4 years here to my swim team, who sin- 
cerely are family to me, who I care about as 
people and friends, and who I cannot wait 
to see what they accomplish. 

Best piece of advice from a professor or 
faculty member at Duke? 

If you believe in yourself, find good men- 
tors and a support network, then you can 
do whatever you dream of, no matter what 
other people tell you. You are worth it. 

If it weren't for Duke I would be: still in Texas 
attending college, have a much narrower 
perspective of the world, and not be as 
excited and prepared for the future! 

Just be yourself because everyone else is 
already taken. 

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Major: Political Science 

Hometown: Albany, NY 



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things in this world better than Mexican 
Chocolate. ..maybe two Mexican choco- 
lates? 



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or honed at college? 

Fixing HP laser jet printers (also kn; 
the eprint printers). When you only hafl 
two minutes to print a paper before it's dm 
and something goes wrong with the printe 
(which it will), you have no option t . 
it yourself. The little red flashing light will 
not stop me. 

Best piece of advice from a professor or 
faculty member at Duke? 

Don't be afraid just because you have^B 
idea. There will always be people whowil 
be ready to tell you you're wrong. Screw 
'em. 

Be happy for this moment. This morr^B 

your life. 

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Kappa Alpha Theta 

Volleyball 

Major: Political Science 

Hometown: Cypress, CA 

Favorite flavor fro-yo: Peanut butter 

3 things you've done while at Duke that you think 
everyone should experience before graduating: 

1. Study Abroad 

2. Start a spontaneous dance party 

3. Take a film class 

Best piece of advice from a professor or faculty 
member at Duke 7 

Don't number yourself to true emotion and passion, 
and it's ok not to follow the beaten path. 

If it weren't for Duke I would be a lot more one-dimen- 
sional, and I would never have experienced the South, 

The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones 
who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, 
desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who 
never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, 
bum, burn, like fabulous yellow roman candles... 

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254-255 DANCE CLASS / TABLING ON PLAZA 

Photos by (left) Ashley Tsai (right) Stephanie Finch 

256-257 FENCING 

Photo by Fei Lian 

258-259 CHAPEL FROM ABOVE 

Photo by Fei Lian 

260-261 SENIOR BANGRA, AWAAZ 

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262-263 BACK TO EAST 

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264-265 DISPLACED 

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266-267 FOOTBALL 

Photo by Chase Olivieri 

268-269 TAILGATE SHOTGUN 

Photos by Fei Lian 

270-271 N.E.R.D. / HEARTWORK PERFORMANCE 

Photos by (left) Jessica Chang (right) Libby Hase 

272-273 BONFIRES 

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274-275 KYLE SINGLER'S BLACK EYE / CRAZIES VS. UNC 

Photos by (right) Rob Stewart (left) Fei Lian 

276-277 MIKE POSNER PERFORMS FOR PUPRLE 

Photos by Chase Olivieri 

278-279 SILHOUETTE 

Photo by Fei Lian 

280-281 TRIPP CONCERT AT THE COFFEE HOUSE 

Photos by Ashley Tsai 

282-283 CHRISTMAS CONCERT IN CHAPEL 

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284-285 RENT 

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