Devil’s Discourse Episode 2.8 — Best of Devil’s Discourse

In this special episode of the Devil’s Discourse, we share just a few highlights from the first 15 episodes of these unscripted and unedited conversations between undergraduate Duke students. Though ideologically divided, the 16 participants for this experiment in civil discourse challenged each other, listened to each other, and learned from each other. The topics Read more about Devil’s Discourse Episode 2.8 — Best of Devil’s Discourse[…]

Devil’s Discourse Episode 2.7 — Health Care

Building on episode 2.6, this unscripted and unedited conversation once again will cover health care, and features Duke juniors Paul Forrester and David Wohlever Sánchez. You’ll hear these two Duke students with differing views do what many politicians won’t do. Through tough, honest, and respectful exchanges, they’re proving that constructive dialogue is a vital first step toward Read more about Devil’s Discourse Episode 2.7 — Health Care[…]

Devil’s Discourse Episode 2.6 — Health Care

This week’s discussion is on whether health care is a right or a privilege, and features those students who were affiliated last year with the Listen First Project. LFP is a Raleigh, NC based nonprofit organization that facilitates greater respect, understanding, and cooperation through the timeless art of listening. The participating students are Sophia Mamilli, Read more about Devil’s Discourse Episode 2.6 — Health Care[…]

Devil’s Discourse Episode 2.5 — Illegal Immigration

This unscripted and unedited dialogue on illegal immigration features Duke senior Tierney Pretzer and Duke sophomore Mitchell Siegel. Their views are entirely their own. In this episode, you’ll hear two Duke students with different views do what many politicians won’t do. Through honest, tough, and respectful exchanges, they’re proving that constructive dialogue is a vital Read more about Devil’s Discourse Episode 2.5 — Illegal Immigration[…]

Devil’s Discourse Episode 2.4 — Race In America

This week’s discussion is on race in America, and features those students who were affiliated last year with the Listen First Project. LFP is a Raleigh, NC based nonprofit organization that facilitates greater respect, understanding, and cooperation through the timeless art of listening. The participating students are Sophia Mamilli, Rachel Stand, Victor Oluwagbemiga, and Ryan Read more about Devil’s Discourse Episode 2.4 — Race In America[…]