Duke alumni recall violent encounter with KC shooter years ago
For two Duke alumni, the shootings at Jewish community centers in Kansas City last weekend had an unusual significance.
Allegations of voter fraud emerge in N.C.
A report showing potential evidence of voter fraud in North Carolina is fueling new flames in the debate on mandatory voter identification.
2U's Semester Online consortium discontinued
Internet education consortium Semester Online was cancelled less than a year after the Arts and Sciences Council voted to block Duke's membership in the program.
North Carolina population on the rise since 2010
People are flying to the state that was first in flight.
Documentary producers explore Tibetan plight, role of Dalai Lama
A screening of the documentary "The Sun Behind the Clouds" sparked a discussion on issues facing Tibetan independence in Griffith Theater Wednesday evening.
Castro highlights importance of public service work, leadership
San Antonio mayor Julian Castro turned the conversation about public service from politics to leadership in his address at the Sanford School Tuesday.
SAT changes elicit mixed reviews from Duke education leaders
The College Board announced major changes to the SAT March 5, which have received mixed reviews from leaders in the Duke community.
Documentary to premiere for Durham Lemur Week
"Island of Lemurs: Madagascar," which features Duke lemurs, is intended to educate the public about the endangered status of lemurs and highlight the importance of conservation efforts in Madagascar.
App revolutionizes awkward STD conversations
The business of sexually transmitted disease testing has modernized with the advent of a result-sharing app.
Bernstein advises students to seek 'the best obtainable version of the truth'
Journalist Carl Bernstein urged students to undo the recent breakdown of political culture in Page Auditorium Friday.
UNC alerts students to armed person on or near campus
All campus and classroom activities are temporarily suspended because an armed person is on or near campus
Carl Bernstein talks journalism, Watergate
Renowned journalist Carl Bernstein will come to the University Friday March 21 to discuss his journalism career.
Southern Coalition for Social Justice unearths evidence of Durham police misconduct, racial profiling
The Durham Police Department has come under fire from the Southern Coalition for Social Justice and Durham Fostering Alternatives to Drug Enforcement Coalition following claims of racial profiling...
Zombie theorist explains politics behind 'Game of Thrones'
What can “Game of Thrones” teach us about politics? Quite a lot, said Daniel Drezner, professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.
Durham 2013 crime increases slightly
Although Durham’s property crime rate has increased in 2013, its violent crime rate declined, according to the Durham Police Department’s annual crime report released March 7.
WISER graduates first class with unprecedented bright futures
The Women's Institute of Secondary Education and Research graduated its first class of 28 students March 7.
Suspect arrested in connection to BP armed robbery
A Mebane resident was arrested Wednesday in connection with an off-campus robbery and subsequent police chase that led the suspect to crash his vehicle in the intersection between Anderson Street...
Former Afghanistan ambassador critiques military's track record
A former U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan and former military general brought a dual perspective on U.S. involvement in Afghanistan to the Sanford School of Public Policy Thursday evening.
A Leader's Journey: Former ambassador Eikenberry divulges takeaways from international career
Karl Eikenberry, a former United States ambassador to Afghanistan, talks to The Chronicle about U.S. and Afghan relations, his career in diplomacy and his future plans.
Duke alum Danielle Gray departs roles as Obama adviser, Cabinet secretary
After recently stepping down from her post at the White House, Danielle Gray, Trinity '00, encourages Duke students to pursue nonlinear career paths to best make use of their education.
Federal approval advances light rail planning
The proposed light rail bridging Durham and Orange counties was approved by the Federal Transit Administration Feb. 25.
Health care becomes centerpiece of U.S. Senate race
The U.S. Senate race out of North Carolina is tightening as Democratic incumbent Kay Hagan and Republican challenger Thom Tillis battle over health care.
Civil rights organizations rally against discrimination in N.C. public schools
A coalition of civil rights organizations filed a complaint to the U.S. Department of Justice demanding an investigation of discriminatory enrollment measures at NC public schools.
Diplomat Julie Ruterbories reveals insider experiences with foreign service
Diplomat in residence Julie Ruterbories shares stories of foreign postings and recruiting young talent.
Suspect connected to BP armed robbery not yet apprehended
A Duke Alert was sent to the student body at 2:34 a.m. Wednesday warning students of a hazardous situation on Anderson Street.