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Marketplace underwent extensive renovations this summer, and changes have continued since school started. Among the changes have been the removal of to-go cups and the use of china instead of plastic dishes.
The new faces on Ninth Street in the upcoming year will include several eateries and a 229-unit apartment complex.
The Social Justice Fellowship pushed for by BSA and DSG is set to launch, with progress still needed on pre-orientation and orientation programs that the groups hope to implement in the future.
The University is installing air-conditioning in all dormitories on East Campus as the next step in its plan to install central air-conditioning for all freshmen residence halls.
The Power House building in Durham's Innovation District is one of many the investments Duke has made to help the city's revitalization effort.
An addition to Cameron Indoor Stadium will create a bigger lobby into the venue and allow for hospitality services.
Construction on the addition to Cameron Indoor Stadium is expected to continue into October 2016.
A policy preventing visiting students from having independent access to recreational facilities like Wilson Gym was recently reversed.
Duke's storm water reusage reclamation pond opened May 8 and also features a walking path and amphitheater.
Ego, a new app developed by Duke students gives users a platform to share their favorite selfies and has gained approximately 1,100 followers since May 11. | Photo Illustration by Georgia Parke
A panel of scholars discussed genetic ancestry testing after Mark Anthony Neal (first from the right), professor of African and African American studies, learned more about his genetic lineage when his test results were revealed.
A University policy barring visiting students from purchasing memberships to recreational facilities like Wilson Gym on campus came under fire last week.