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No. 3 seed Duke defeated eleventh-seeded Texas Tech 4-1 in the NCAA quarterfinals and advanced to the semifinals for the first time since 2012.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, Fuqua ’88, may have been visiting North Carolina last week for more than a commencement speech at Duke.
Editor’s note: This article is the second in a multi-part series examining diversity in living groups on campus. It focuses just on non-Greek selective living groups. You can read about the full methods of data collection here.
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Duke's Clinical and Translational Science Institute will soon receive a windfall of funding.
The brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha obliterated their fundraising goal in the third iteration of their annual Shave for Schreiber, Buzz for Bobby charity event.
The ninth-ranked Blue Devils picked up a crucial series win over No. 3 North Carolina at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
At their quarterly meeting in May, the Board of Trustees approved a $2.7 billion operating budget for the 2018-2019 fiscal year, three new graduate degree programs and changes to their governance structure.
From the complete weekend's schedule to honorary degree recipients, here's The Chronicle's coverage of Commencement 2018.
Fortune magazine named Melinda Gates, Trinity ’86 and Fuqua ’87; Tim Cook, Fuqua ’88; and Michael Sorrell, MPP ’90 and Law School ’94, as three of the “World's 50 Greatest Leaders.”
As Duke conferred more than 5,500 graduate, professional and undergraduate degrees Sunday, Tim Cook—Fuqua ’88 and a member of Duke’s Board of Trustees—told the graduates to be “fearless” when confronting the world’s challenges.
The pair of victories clinched Duke’s eighth undefeated home campaign under head coach Jamie Ashworth.
May 18, 2018
When David Fowler started cutting hair at Duke, Mike Krzyzewski was in middle school and Elvis’ iconic hairdo was serving with him in the Army. ...
May 16, 2018
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