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What if Duke is the next Duke?

By Sarah Kaplan, Politico.

The debate over whether Duke’s Duke-like rise to power could be considered a “new era” in the nation’s political life, one that will be defined by the kind of policies he or she pursues, is far from settled.

While Duke is likely to face more scrutiny in coming months, his actions this year are likely to be closely scrutinized.

For the past three years, the freshman Duke has led a political revolution at Duke University that he says is rooted in the students’ desire for more civility in the classroom.

The changes have included more use of video cameras, greater use of mobile phones and more student-led meetings.

They have also focused on campus life, including increased use of food trucks, the use of a new campus police department and an expansion of the university’s campus police force.

Duke has also expanded the use and availability of campus police to help address safety concerns.

He has taken a more expansive approach to policing the campus and expanded his staff and security to include a new security guard.

And he has instituted a plan to hire a more robust police presence on campus and has launched a new program to encourage Duke students to report harassment.

Duke’s actions, however, have also drawn criticism from within the Black community.

Many of the protesters have been white.

Critics have also questioned the university and its leadership’s handling of the protests.

On Saturday, Duke President Teresa Sullivan issued a statement saying that “it is important to acknowledge that Duke’s response has been far from perfect, and the student protesters have only been the most visible face of a very complicated problem that has impacted our community.

I believe that we have a long, rich history of standing up for what is right and against what is wrong.”

But many Duke alumni have expressed concerns about the university.

Some, like political scientist and Duke alum and civil rights activist David Cooper, have called for Duke to end its relationship with Black students.

Cooper has said the university should be “open to diversity and open to all people of color,” and has criticized the administration for not taking the Black students’ concerns seriously.

Others, like journalist and historian William O’Brien, have argued that Duke has not done enough to help the Black population, and has called for more institutional reform to address racial injustice.

Despite the criticism, Duke has had a tumultuous few months, including a controversial student senate vote in January that resulted in the resignation of three Black members of the senate.