You@Duke survey gathers freshmen insights to study student life
A study of the Class of 2018 has the potential to change the way Duke thinks about the adjustment to college life.
Durham Police confront allegations of racial discrimination in wake of Ferguson
Durham is confronting its own conflict-ridden history between police and residents in the wake of events in Ferguson, Mo.
Duke Medicine announces patient information was stolen
A thumb drive containing unencrypted patient information was stolen this summer, Duke Medicine announced in a statement Thursday.
Monuts Donuts moves small-town taste to Ninth Street
The breakfast and lunch cafe, co-owned by chefs Lindsay Moriarty and Rob Gillespie, will move in November to a space that is two and a half times larger than the current store on Ninth Street
Faculty gather for town hall discussion on Ferguson
Beyond racial barriers
Unlimited free printing ended in name of sustainability
A fresh start
D.C. punk retrospective comes to Center for Documentary Studies
Reconsidering how we try sexual assault