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Larry Moneta, vice president for student affairs, addressed DSG Wednesday evening.
Sometimes you need a bit of California sun to get rid of that Perkins pallor. Catching some rays in San Diego, CA.
Monday’s panel on microaggressions was part of Phi Beta Sigma fratenity’s Sigma Week and featured several campus leaders.
The Arts and Sciences Council discussed two certificate programs at its meeting Thursday, in addition to talking about the pros and cons of Duke's certificates.
There were 17 fire alarm activations on East Campus between Aug. 18 and last Friday, Oct. 2—four of which students say came in Randolph residence hall.
Faculty and staff received several awards during the annual Founders' Day ceremony Friday.
The 31st annual N.C. Pride Parade and Festival on East Campus featured floats, a 5K run, food trucks and tents selling rainbow-colored apparel.
Former Green Party vice presidential candidate and activist Rosa Clemente kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month on campus Thursday night.
Senior Emily Sklar returned from injury to put down a career-best 27 kills, but it was not enough for the Blue Devils to pull the upset Friday night.
The first Arts and Sciences Council meeting of the 2014-15 year occurred Thursday, with new dean of Trinity Valerie Ashby addressing the group.
The biggest news that came out of Monday’s DUSDAC meeting was that Bull City Street Food did not clear the vetting process for food trucks.