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LDOC tweaks made based on past years' lessons

Students can look forward to seeing more advanced stage effects and better sound quality in the annual Last Day of Classes concert and festivities.

Al Buehler to retire after 60 years

Buehler will teach his last class, a freshman seminar entitled History and Issues of American Sport, Wednesday from his office in Cameron Indoor Stadium.

A closer look at course evaluations

Students can view ratings for almost 17,000 courses taught since 2004 through the Student Accessible Course Evaluation System, but they might be missing some of the most valuable information.

Opinion

Letter to the Editor

A Word of Thanks

Students celebrate last day of existence

“It’s great. It’s like normal LDOC, but no hangovers.”

Being more grateful for my next meal

After a long day of hard work, studying all day, taking tests and managing conflicting meetings, how nice it is to be able to sit down to a steaming, hot plate of fresh veggies, crispy French fries...

Recess

Special to The Chronicle / DL Anderson
Sylvan Esso entrances, enthralls at Carrboro concert

Sylvan Esso managed to evoke something deeper, asking and answering personal questions through song.

Remembering legendary jazz saxophonist and educator Paul Jeffrey

Mr. Jeffrey is remembered for his devotion to and love for The Music by fellow music educators and former students,

Recess chats with French singer and actress Soko

"I wanted to transform all of these fears into music that makes me feel happy and safe and honor these dreams."

Towerview

The Last Day of Classes concert has evolved since its inception in 1997, but some of the event's changes have left students clamoring for more.
From Kanye to...Dillon Francis?

The history of LDOC: The most anticipated day of the year, and for some, the most scrutinized event at Duke.

'Adderall makes work fun'

Hell week sucks and to the point where blue pills the length of a fingernail may seem like the only option for survival

Duke Forward: Same goal, different spin

How Duke adjusted its expectations by launching its largest capital campaign following a recession