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The Central American Solidarity Committee (CASC) was a student organization chartered at Duke University around 1980. CASC was organized in opposition to U.S. policies and activities regarding Central America, especially military aid to Nicaragua, during the early 1980s. The majority of the records are made up of clippings and event flyers and posters, but the records also include correspondence, publications, petitions, bumper stickers, and other materials produced or collected by the Central American Solidarity Committee. The collection also features materials published and distributed by similar groups, such as the Carolina Interfaith Task Force on Central America, the Durham Action Committee on Central America, and the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador, Southeast Region. English.

The majority of the records are made up of clippings and event flyers and posters, but it also includes correspondence, publications, petitions, bumper stickers, and other materials produced or collected by the Central American Solidarity Committee. The collection also features materials published and distributed by similar groups, such as the Carolina Interfaith Task Force on Central America, the Durham Action Committee on Central America, and the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador, Southeast Region.

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A report and presentation slideshow regarding social and gender relations among undergraduates. The report was released in April 2014.

A report and presentation slide regarding social and gender relations among undergraduates. The report was released in April 2014.

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The Duke University College Republicans, an umbrella organization for all Republicans on campus, was established around 1965. The College Republicans support Republican campaigns at the local, state and national level. Major subjects included are: student activism at Duke University and in North Carolina, the North Carolina Federation of College Republicans, Duke University President Terry Sanford and the International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation controversy, campaign support for Republican candidates, and the general governance of the Duke University College Republicans. Types of materials included are advertisements, clippings, newsletters, meeting minutes and agendas, flyers, correspondence, and miscellaneous writings. The materials in this collection documents the activities of the Duke University College Republicans from about 1965 to 1977. The bulk of the material is from 1973 to 1977. English.

Contains materials documenting the activities of the Duke University College Republicans, an umbrella organization for all Republicans on campus. Collection includes budgets and yearly reports, clippings from campus events, constitution and bylaws, correspondence, notes from committee meetings, flyers, newsletters, membership lists, and miscellaneous writings concerning Duke University President Terry Sanford. Materials range in date from 1965-1977 (bulk 1973-1977).

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Contains the records of the North Carolina Public Interest Research Group, a social and environmental action student group formed in 1972 at Duke University. Types of materials include correspondence, minutes, agendas, reports, notes, fliers, pamphlets, newsletters, handbooks and financial materials. Major subjects include Duke University, student political activity, student movements, political campaigns, consumer advocacy, Durham, N.C., lobbying, environmental protection in North Carolina, and the North Carolina Public Interest Research Group. Materials range in date from 1970 to 1983. English.

Contains the records of the North Carolina Public Interest Research Group, a social and environmental action student group formed in 1972 at Duke University. Types of materials include correspondence, minutes, agendas, reports, notes, fliers, pamphlets, newsletters, handbooks and financial materials. Organized into the following series: Series 1. North Carolina college and university chapters, 1970-1982; Series 2. NCPIRG statewide administration and activities, 1970-1982; Series 3. National administration and activities, 1974-1980.

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The North Carolina Student Legislature, the oldest active student legislature in the United States, was established in 1937. Contains the records of the Duke University chapter of the North Carolina Student Legislature, a student organization that presented legislation for possible enactment by the North Carolina General Assembly.

Contains the records of the Duke University chapter of the North Carolina Student Legislature, a student organization that presented legislation for possible enactment by the North Carolina General Assembly. Types of materials include correspondence, legislative bills, conference proceedings, clippings, pamphlets, printed materials, a photograph, and award plaques. Major subjects include Duke University students, the North Carolina Student Legislature, student political activity, North Carolina General Assembly, resolutions, study and teaching of politics, parliamentary practice, and student groups.. Materials range in date from 1965 to 1982 (bulk 1975-1979).

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Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity records, 1946-1976 4.7 Linear Feet — 2250 Items

Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International is a professional law fraternity advancing integrity, compassion and courage through service to the student, the school, the profession and the community. This collection includes minutes, correspondence, directories, workshop materials, constitution and by-laws, questionnaires and other material.

This collection includes minutes, correspondence, directories, workshop materials, constitution and by-laws, questionnaires and other material. Topics covered include Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International, and its history as well as the Duke University School of Law chapter of the fraternity.

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Progress. Period. is a student organization dedicated to destigmatizing menstruation and raising money to supply menstrual hygiene products to those in need. The Progress. Period. Records include flyers and a button promoting the organization's activities and events.

Two flyers for an event sponsored by Progress. Period. and a button.

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The Student Institutional Memory Initiative (SIMI) was a student group co-founded by Philip Moss in 2017. The purpose of the group was to document and preserve the experiences and stories of student activists at Duke. The records include member notes, a mission statement, goals, documents related to an oral history project, and meeting minutes and agendas.

Records include member notes, a mission statement, goals, documents related to an oral history project, and meeting minutes and agendas.

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Students for Choice is a student organization dedicated to educating the Duke community about the status of reproductive rights nationally and locally and about available related resources, and to working to protect and uphold the freedom of choice. The Students for Choice Records contains flyers and other event materials, organizational notes, educational literature, and clippings.

The Students for Choice Records contains flyers and other event materials, organizational notes, educational literature, and clippings.

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Who Needs Feminism started as a class project for Women in the Public Sphere: History, Theory, and Practice in Spring 2012. The project began a campaign of posters and photographs on social media depicting people of varying gender and ethnicity holding white board signs with the text "I need feminism because ...". The Who Needs Feminism records include captures of the campaign's Tumblr and Facebook pages, print-outs of social media campaign activity, news articles on the campaign, and reflection essays written by the 16 students who originally created the campaign.

The Who Needs Feminism records include website snapshots of the campaign Tumblr and Facebook pages, print-outs of social media campaign activity, news articles on the campaign, and reflection essays written by the 16 students who originally created the campaign. Website captures include daily snapshots of the Facebook and Tumblr pages from 2012-2016. Print-outs include posts and submissions on the campaign's Tumblr and Facebook pages, as well as posts on Twitter including the hashtag #whoneedsfeminism and articles written about the campaign at Duke and elsewhere. Also included are some limited statistics from Google Analytics on the Tumblr page in April and early May 2012.

Reflection essays written by the 16 students in Women in the Public Sphere include the students' thoughts on the origin and development of the campaign as well as reactions to what happened as the campaign gained worldwide attention. Several of these essays have not been released for access by their authors and may not be viewed.