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The clock strikes midnight. It’s Wednesday—or it was—but students continue to pulse to “Mr. Brightside,” unaware of the coming morning. Kim Cates glides from a corner of the bar, which she affectionately named “Lacrosse Alley,” toward the mass of tangled bodies that now spills across the dancefloor.
Her eyes scan the crowd. She’s on the lookout. But for what?
| Health & Science
Two hundred years ago, Mary Shelley's novel "Frankenstein" warned about the dangers of unchecked scientific exploration. At a panel Friday, three Duke faculty debated whether society today is still heeding Shelley's lessons.
Automated, data-driven healthcare at your fingertips may seem like something out of science fiction. But according to Professor of Medicine L. Ebony Boulware, such a future may not be far off.
Students who were facing disciplinary action for their disruption of President Price’s speech last Saturday have had their student conduct cases closed.
Two of the biggest preachers of the American progressive movement took to the Duke Chapel Thursday night, but this was no rosy sermon.
Hot for your professor? Faculty-student relationships may no longer be permitted because of a new policy discussed by Academic Council Thursday.
Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee gave Ginger and Soy and Gyotaku feedback and discussed the upcoming Food Truck Rodeo at its meeting Thursday.
Duke Emergency Medical Services has been resuscitated after a two-semester break.
| Men's basketball
Marvin Bagley III added one last piece of hardware to his college trophy case Thursday night.
More than 60 faculty members have signed a letter urging administrators to not pursue disciplinary action against Saturday's protesters.
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Duke engineers have designed a device that redirects sound waves almost without scattering.
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