Even after receiving the largest donation in Duke’s history, the University is struggling to carry out a major renovation project.
Duke professors who teach civil rights and civil disobedience have chosen to lead by example.
Duke's glass buildings can be deadly for birds, but a graduate student is setting out to fix that.
Budget cuts to the Duke Center for Civic Engagement have raised questions about the direction of “knowledge in the service of society” at the University.
Melinda Gates will return to her alma mater to address the Class of 2013 Sunday.
Barnhill will deliver the student commencement speech Sunday.
To help students prepare for their finals, The Chronicle’s Anthony Hagouel spoke with Gary Glass, assistant director for outreach and developmental programming at CAPS, on how to alleviate stress.
At this year's LDOC, the number of emergency medical calls increased, but there were fewer transports to the hospital, a reversal of 2012 statistics.
Faculty members gathered Thursday evening to voice concerns about the state of the humanities at Duke.
Anthony Hagouel and Tony Shan
A recent symposium sought to foster closer professional connections between infectious disease researchers at Duke Medicine and its Singapore campus.