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Duke University Press recently drew criticism over its decision to publish a book which has been criticized as anti-Israel.
Two students have created an after-school program at a nearby middle school intended to broaden participation in computer science. Now, they are trying to expand the curriculum.
Headlines depicting gun violence seem to be commonplace nowadays. New research from a Duke professor lends insight into how the underground gun market contribute to these incidents.
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As both state and national governments look to combat the opioid epidemic, Duke has joined a group of universities investigating how to reduce rampant opioid usage.
In the Spring semester, the University will offer a handful of courses that include travel outside of North Carolina. Professors weighed in on the benefits of these classes, dubbed travel-embedded courses.
Senior Gabrielle Stewart has won a Rhodes Scholarship.
Recent revelations from the Paradise Papers have shed light on investments and investment tools used by Duke University’s endowment.
Duke students and faculty are continuing to push for the creation of a program in Asian American Studies despite years of resistance from University programs.
New wisdom and new strategies are in need to mitigate the North Korea nuclear threat, experts said at a panel Thursday
For students in the “Managerial Finance” class, last Thursday’s meeting featured something more interesting than typical lectures—a talk from venture capitalist Justin Caldbeck, Trinity ‘99.
At Thursday’s meeting, Duke’s Academic Council heard updates on the University’s athletics and discussed a proposed new graduate program in dance.
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