Annually, the Reggies host a major program in keeping with in the legacy of Reginaldo Howard, Duke’s first Black student body president. Although Reggie Howard’s life was tragically cut short when he was involved in a car accident, his memory still lives on today in our “Reggie Day” programming.
A panel of experts joined us for “Reggie Day 2014: Equal Protection Under the Law?” Read all about it in this Chronicle article.
During “Reggie Day 2013” Dr. Tricia Rose addressed the implications of making academic credentials the focus of higher education, and how, in a world of extremely competitive market economies, the more credentials one possesses the better are the chances at landing a good job.
Dr. Angela Davis spoke to a standing-room-only crowd during Reggie Day 2012.
Past Reggie Day topics include:
- The Role of the Black Scholar with keynote speaker Dr. Angela Davis (2012)
- In light of President Obama’s election, is America finally post-race? (2009)
- The Future of Race-Based Admissions in an Era of Class Based Initiatives (2008)
- The Duke Lacrosse Scandal and the Campus Culture (2007)
- History of Black Student Activism at Duke (2006)