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Duke University
Ciompi Quartet Returns to Duke Gardens Beginning JuneFor the past five years, the Ciompi Quartet has made Duke Gardens its summer ho
Ciompi Quartet Returns to Duke Gardens Beginning June
Duke University / Posted 2 days ago
For the past five years, the Ciompi Quartet has made Duke Gardens its summer home. In the summer, the Ciompi Quartet goes to the gardens. The university’s celebrated string quartet will begin the fifth season of its summer chamber music series in... Read more
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The News & Observer
Sun comes out for Bimbé Festival in Durhamthan 10,000 people expected to attend. In fact, the event has always been some
Sun comes out for Bimbé Festival in Durham
The News & Observer / Posted 7 days ago
than 10,000 people expected to attend. In fact, the event has always been somewhat itinerant. Over the years it’s been in Duke Gardens, Hillside Park, on North Carolina Central’s campus, in the old Durham Bulls ballpark and around the city’s... Read more
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Duke University
Duke Horticulture Team Plants 27,000 Flowersdesigns, making notes about what colors and plants complement each other and wh
Duke Horticulture Team Plants 27,000 Flowers
Duke University / Posted 17 days ago
designs, making notes about what colors and plants complement each other and what clashes. He gets opinions from Sarah P. Duke Gardens’ director of horticulture and the university landscape architect. Currin said the main goal of the plantings is... Read more
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The Chronicle
The 'g word'I mean who wouldn’t prefer to pretend that the days of running into future NBA
The 'g word'
The Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
I mean who wouldn’t prefer to pretend that the days of running into future NBA stars at the gym, strolling through the Duke gardens on a whim with your best friends, living within walking distance of the Duke Chapel and going out every night of... Read more
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The Chronicle
Don't look nowSpears is a Trinity senior. She wrote her first piece for the Chronicle blog—50
Don't look now
The Chronicle / Posted 27 days ago
Spears is a Trinity senior. She wrote her first piece for the Chronicle blog—500 words on the different grasses in the Duke Gardens. She would like to thank her parents for sending spelling edits on already published pieces; her sister and... Read more

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