For three days last week, Duke hosted political cartoonists from around the world discussing how their work helps shape public opinion, including on hot-button issues such as NC House Bill 2 and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Leslie Maxwell in the News & Observer
“They’re overqualified, they have more free time than most people and they’re usually socially engaged and usually engaging. So they’re a perfect set of people if you can mobilize them,” says professor John Aldrich in an interview with The Chronicle on why students are valuable when it comes to political campaigns.
John Aldrich in The Chronicle