It felt like a chunk of a small-town main street supplanted into the whitewashed bottom floor of the Bryan Center, complete with a barber's pole and the jazzy bump of 60's and 70's music in the background.
A Duke alumnus is tackling cancer through a new lens, and building a company along the way.
In a rural region of Kenya, where only about seven percent of all girls finish high school, 32 girls graduated in June as the fifth graduating class of a secondary school.
| Health & Science
There's more to mental illness than what meets the eye—but a new Duke study did note a correlation between an irregularity in visual regions of the brain and risk for mental illness.
Duke’s information technology security office is warning the Duke community of a scam email circulating the University’s community.
Unfortunately, while the plastic ban is a step in the right direction, the reality is not as green as it sounds.
In the summer of 1971, thousands of people flocked to Duke for a sporting event. But, this time it wasn’t a basketball game.
| Men's basketball
Kevin White was named 2019-20 Committee Chair of the Division I Men's Basketball Committee.
Duke joins a growing list of selective universities that have recently amended their standardized testing policies.
Now, Sarah Hirshland, Trinity ’97, is taking the reigns of the organization responsible for the United States’ Olympic and Paralympic teams.
Tim Tyson, senior research scholar at the Center for Documentary Studies, says that the Department of Justice re-opening its investigation in to the famous murder of Emmett Till is a "show."
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