Duke, other private universities choose not to publicly disclose perpetrators
Two education privacy and safety laws allow private universities to disclose disciplinary proceedings and crime reports when a student is an alleged perpetrator of violating university policy.
Duke's alcohol policies are stricter than some of its peers'
Duke's alcohol policies uphold the federal drinking age, but some peer schools have implemented more open approaches.
Duke struggles to draw low-income applicants, paralleling national trends
Some in the higher education community are evaluating how accessible the college application process is to low-income students
Higher ed memo raises doubts about double majors
College students are finding it increasingly difficult to graduate in four years, but Duke students seem to be doing just fine.
Duke-UNC portal opens Friday
Want to take a look at Chapel Hill without having to travel down Tobacco Road?
Some colleges weigh the value of AP credits
The role of AP credits in college is up for debate at some peer institutions.
College enrollment falls with economy
Of the nearly 300 universities surveyed, nearly half reported enrollment declines for Fall 2012.
Law schools cut seats in weaker job market
In response to the current economic climate, many law schools are reducing their incoming class sizes, a recent survey shows.
Inside Higher Ed editor praises community colleges
The Chronicle also spoke with Scott Jaschik about the increasing popularity of online courses.
MCAT changes may lead to heavier Duke pre-med course load
In the next few years, prospective medical school students will begin to take a revised version of the Medical College Admission Test.
College-educated women face pay gap
A year after graduating from college, women are paid only 82 percent of what their male counterparts earn.
Duke ranks 48th in torrent hits among colleges
Duke is a nationally ranked host to online piracy, according to a recent report.
U.S. News rankings editor talks Duke, recent trends
Robert Morse has led the magazine’s signature education rankings soon after their inception in 1983.
Duke admissions does not scrutinize Internet presence
Prospective Duke applicants should not expect to be scrutinized.
New details emerge about UNC murder
Recordings of the radio conversations among Durham and Chapel Hill authorities reveal details about what they encountered.
Details of UNC murder remain unknown
Those close to a UNC junior murdered earlier this month are growing anxious for details.
UNC Chancellor to step down at the end of academic year
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will be under new leadership.
Harvard scandal raises questions at other universities
Allegations of unprecedented cheating on a recent final exam has put Harvard University in a difficult position.
Online course website responds to plagiarism
Reports have led to stricter enforcement of the honor code.
College-bound students engage in risky behaviors
Sixteen percent of teens visiting college campuses admit to drinking alcohol during their stay.
Summer SAT program cancelled due to unfairness concerns
A group of high school students will no longer have the exclusive ability to take the SAT this August.
Panel mulls the future of higher education
Affordability, access and technology will shape the future of American higher education, panelists said in a forum Friday.
Protests highlight growing divide on Puerto Rican college campuses
In the midst of a battered economy, Puerto Rican college campuses have been battlegrounds of differing ideologies, a Puerto Rican scholar said Thursday.
Court case challenges affirmative action
The U.S. Supreme Court recently decided to hear a case that could potentially limit or even ban race-based affirmative action policies at universities.
Duke scholars boycott publisher
Three Duke professors have joined an international boycott of a leading academic publisher.