The Nasher Museum made an impression on five Duke Football players who worked as part-time security guards all summer.And they made an impression on the Nasher Museum.
For the student athletes, security work entailed more than walking around the exhibitions. They also made sure the artwork was safe, that no one touched or removed anything and that only authorized staff went into certain areas of the museum. The young athletes who worked part-time over the summer were Breon Borders, Marcus Aprahamian, Johnell Barnes and D.J. Reeves.
Breon Borders, a Duke sophomore who has been playing football since the fourth grade,… MORE
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For the fourth year, the Nasher Museum has organized an installation inspired by Duke’s fres… MORE