Duke to start using softer two-ply toilet paper
The era of one-ply toilet paper in Duke restrooms is coming to the end of its roll.
Duke preps for house model's second year
As students finish filling out next year’s housing applications, the University is looking back on the first year of the house model to make changes for the future.
Some Duke students are indifferent to gender-neutral bathrooms
Students’ reactions to the expansion of gender-neutral bathrooms on campus have been, on the whole, neutral.
Duke approves five gender-neutral independent houses for next academic year
Duke Housing, Dining and Residence Life will implement gender-neutral housing in three unaffiliated West Campus houses.
Duke will complete Central Campus renovations in 2013
The makeover could make the apartments more attractive to students.
Independents lack sense of community in Duke house model
The house model aims to create equal opportunities for independent and affiliated students alike.
Mold complaints spark cleaning of Central apartments
The complaints have raised questions about the quality of Central housing and its effect on student health.
Admins plan to renovate dormitories
Duke’s oldest dormitories are in store for a facelift in the coming years.
Sororities to enhance living space
Some of Duke’s Panhellenic sororities are receiving additional funding from their national organizations to renovate their new Central Campus houses.
Gender-neutral housing policy up for review
The administration will consider a final draft of a proposal to expand gender-neutral housing starting Fall 2013.
‘Duke Houses’ process gets mixed response
The release of next year’s housing assignments Monday yielded mixed responses as students adjust to the new house model.
Two living groups disbanded
After failing to fill the majority of their allotted sections, the new Social Justice House and Latino Cultural House will not have housing in the Fall under the new house model.
Gender-neutral option to remain restricted to Central Campus
As students registered for housing last week, advocates for an expansion of Duke’s gender-neutral housing program were unsuccessful in their cause.
Students split on upcoming house model
Student feedback to a recent Duke Student Government survey reveals a lack of support for a proposed change to the house model set to begin Fall 2012.
Duke housekeepers claim mistreatment by supervisor
Duke housekeepers mistreatment by their supervisor are urging administrators to take action.
HDRL places juniors after lapse in communication
For juniors returning from studying abroad in the Fall, housing worries have finally been eased.
Keohane 4E Quadrangle Opening Soundoff
Although the new residents of Keohane 4E Quadrangle moved in before the start of classes, the new residence hall celebrated its grand opening Thursday afternoon.
Some SLGs trade house assignments
After the housing lottery, some selective living groups were in the market for better housing.
Housing lottery exemptions ignite student discontent
Some living groups bypassed the typical route in determining housing sections for next year.
Three cultural houses form for Fall 2012
The approval of three cultural houses for next year’s house model has stirred conversation about the potential for self-segregation.
HDRL releases 38 juniors from housing contract
About a third of the 111 juniors who applied for off-campus housing this Fall will be able to live off campus in the Spring.
BREAKING: Sororities to all be located on Central Campus under house model
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BREAKING: House assignments
At the housing lottery tonight, here's what selective living groups went where.
Housing lottery yields controversy
The house model lottery was not without drama Wednesday night, as sororities, fraternities and non-greek selective living groups learned where they will live under the house model beginning Fall 2012.