Food for thought
With continuing renovations on campus, the issue of food choice has vexed students tired of dining at the limited options on campus.
We applaud the DSGRU and find the potential positive impact it can bring to students commendable.
Confronting the hook-up culture
Yesterday, we noted the sexualization of American society and the prevalence—in pop culture at large and at Duke—of an objectifying hook-up culture.
Let’s talk about sex
Launching issues of sex and sexuality into the public sphere, the leaked photo scandal exemplifies an uncomfortable bind where people are simultaneously fascinated by, and yet averse to,...
To do or not to do
Autumn: it brings to mind the changing fall leaves and air that is finally crisp and dry.
We question whether the goals of the language requirement align with what students are actually getting from fulfilling it.
Our duty on 9/11
As we consider Duke in the run-up to Sept. 11, 2014, the horrific events of more than a decade ago seem to have taken a backseat to the day-to-day going ons of the University.
Stay relevant, DSG
East Campus is yet again plastered with campaign posters for Duke Student Government elections Thursday.
Uber successful Lyfts
With their ease of use, Rideshare startups like Uber and Lyft have begun to reshape the way people get around.
Police conduct evaluated
The controversy over the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Mo. has driven the Durham community to reevaluate its own policies regarding police conduct.
Celebrity feminism, tune in
For many, the embrace of feminism comes after realizing the misconceptions they had harbored about the term.
Reconsidering how we try sexual assault
Today, we examine whether the current system is the most effective process.
Duke football, the “institution”
Tomorrow, Duke football will take the field at Wallace Wade against Elon, marking the start of a season unlike any in recent history.
O-Week, “Overwhelming” Week
We question, however, whether the weeklong orientation program in its current form is the most effective method of ushering in Duke’s newest cohort.
Yik Yak responsibly
Duke’s freshman class appears to have a particularly strong case of Yik Yak fever, using the platform to comment on the novelties of college life.
Pop the Duke bubble
Unlike many American universities, Duke has never been associated with having a lively college town.
Find your place at Duke
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.
Aycock renaming presents lingering questions
There is the lingering question why the administration did not fully choose to adopt the resolution of DSG.
Take advantage of 81 years of dance
Each summer, for seven weeks, Durham plays host to some of the best-established dance troupes in the country.
A cornucopia of classes
As freshmen gear up to register for classes and begin to plan the next four years, we thought it worthwhile to reflect on navigating the myriad academic offerings at Duke.