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State Senator Cyrus Habib to discuss breaking down barriers in politics

Washington State Senator Cyrus Habib will talk about public service, breaking down barriers in politics, and more March 27th in Gross Hall 324 at noon. He was elected to the Washington State Senate in 2012, the first blind legislator in Washington in over half a century. He currently serves as the Senate Democratic Whip. He…

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Connect 2 Politics engages students in the political arena

As Duke prepared to play at Notre Dame in a January 2015 basketball match-up, Notre Dame’s hometown mayor Peter Buttigieg seemed to be on the wrong campus. But Buttigieg’s Duke visit was no mistake. He was here for Connect2Politics (C2P), an initiative of the Hart Leadership Program (HLP). C2P introduces students to public service through…

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Discussion with LTG Daniel Bolger (Ret.) on The Iraq War

The Hart Leadership Program and the Duke Program in American Grand Strategy present a talk with LTG Daniel Bolger (Ret.) on Tuesday, March 24th at 6:00pm in the Rhodes Conference Room. He will discuss risk, failure, and leadership during the Iraq War and and will be signing copies of his book, Why We Lost: A General's…

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Connect 2 Politics presents political columnist Joe Klein

Author, political pundit, and TIME Magazine columnist Joe Klein will speak on Tuesday, February 24th, at 5:00 pm in the Fleishman Commons as part of the Connect 2 Politics’ Second Service: Veterans Continuing Public Service series. As a columnist for TIME, Klein writes about national and international affairs, and recently authored the cover story “The…

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Artist Talk and Book Signing with Former Hart Fellow

Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies will host the U.S. launch of former Hart Fellow Eric Gottesman’s first book, Sudden Flowers, on February 26th from 6pm to 8pm. During his Hart Fellowship in 1999 and 2000, Gottesman collaborated with Sudden Flowers, a collective of children living in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (mostly AIDS orphans) to reimagine the harsh realities they experienced…

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