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So, first things first...DUKE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL WON THE ACC REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONSHIP AND BEAT CAROLINA.
Next up, Duke Together had a great kick off rally on Friday.
Finally, notes from OC.
I am a straight female who has a large number of homosexual friends. One of my friends, a lesbian woman, has been hitting on me for a while and I feel incredibly uncomfortable, and this has pervaded even after I have told her I am not interested. How do I handle this situation?
My best friend is coming out to visit for his spring break...I promised him I'd take him to a gay club, but I'm having trouble finding one around durham...any suggestions?
Please remember that there are a number of resources available on campus and in the local community. These resources are available over breaks and throughout the school year. If you or a friend are experiencing thoughts or urges to harm yourself or somebody else, please reach out to the following resources: In an emergency, please don't hesitate to call CAPS at any time, including "after hours" at (919) 966-3820. Ask to speak to the advice nurse and tell them you are a Duke student. You may also call the Trevor Project, a national hotline specifically for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and questioning youth (college students included). Their number is 866-4-U-TREVOR (866-488-7386).