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Several students participated in the protest against President Donald Trump's executive orders.
Protestors gathered at Raleigh-Durham International Airport Sunday afternoon in response to the executive order.
DUSDAC sampled food from the Oak City Fish and Chips food truck, which could potentially be added to Duke's food truck lineup, during its Monday meeting.
Durham residents gathered to protest President Donald Trump's inauguration Friday evening.
The Academic Council debated changes to the ways that master's degree programs can be approved and reviewed.
Tom Ross served as president of the University of North Carolina system from 2011 to 2015 and is now a Terry Sanford Distinguished Fellow at Duke.
Mike Jones, owner of Mike’s Chicago Dogs in Randolph County, said he voted for Trump.
About 80 percent of Randolph County's residents voted for Trump.
Mitch Landrieu noted the challenges of creating a political culture in New Orleans that would accept outside help.
Sophomore middle blocker Leah Meyer had another strong game Saturday but the Blue Devils suffered their second straight loss.
Defensive specialist Chloe DiPasquale and the Blue Devil seniors will play their final regular-season games this week.
Sophomore middle blocker Leah Meyer will look to bounce back from a disappointing performance in Duke's first matchup with North Carolina this season.
Senior Jordan Tucker had a career day in her final home game at Cameron Indoor Stadium.