Summer may mean fewer people on campus, but it does not mean less news. Take a look at some of the biggest headlines from May and June.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's novel "Americanah" has been chosen as the summer reading book for the Class of 2018—the first time that Duke has chosen a book written by a woman of color.
The Duke University regular decision acceptance rate for the Class of 2018 is a record low 9 percent.
Author and poet Maya Angelou has died at the age of 86.
From "resuscitation project" to Cinderella story, a look at the investments on and off the field that brought the Blue Devils back from the dead
Head coach David Cutcliffe has signed two of his most talented classes in the Classes of 2014 and 2015 thanks to a heightened sense of interest from recruits.
Announcing plans to coach into his early 70s, Duke's head coach isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
Freshmen have many opportunities to enhance the Duke experience and, thereby, arrive at a much-needed sense of belonging. One of these opportunities may be joining The Chronicle.
We all do it. Some of us engage in it more openly than others, but ultimately we are all using technology to stay in touch with the world around us.
“Duke is the only school where I know students who’ve graduated who absolutely hated it.”