By Emma Baccellieri on
Who makes the decision to cancel classes?
The heaviest snowfall of the year so far led to canceled classes for the third time in two weeks.
By Claire Ballentine on
Inhalants known as whip-its have a growing presence in Duke's mainstream social culture—but though they are legal, they are more dangerous than many realize, experts claim.
Despite single-digit temperatures Wednesday night, Cameron Crazies did not have to worry about the cold.
By Georgia Parke on
Senior Laurel Kaye is one of 100 finalists in Mars One's plan to colonize the Red Planet.
For the second year in a row, the personal checks concert in Krzyzewskiville has been canceled due to inclement weather.
By Sarah Kerman on
Dartmouth College imposed a campus-wide ban on hard liquor two weeks ago, joining the ranks of schools including Bowdoin and Bates Colleges.
By Kali Shulklapper on
After much anticipation, the official 2015 LDOC line-up has been announced.
The fake release of this year’s LDOC lineup caused a commotion on campus, and students have openly expressed their disappointment.
By Will Walker on
As a number of university administrations across the nation take action against Yik Yak, Duke stands by its current policies on the anonymous student forum.
By Alena Sadiq on
"The Duke Chapel adhan can’t be answered in the abstract. We have to ask was it right in this time, in this place, for these people."
By Abigail Xie on
Duke Student Government has partnered with Counseling and Psychological Services and the Student Wellness Center to put together its first Mental Health Awareness Month.
By Rachel Chason on
Me Too Monologues opens Friday night with student interest at an all-time high.
Selective living groups saw significant increases in the number of applicants this recruitment season, but the number of bids extended remained limited.
By Samantha Neal on
In the wake of media attention surrounding the relocation of the weekly Muslim call-to-prayer, some members of the Duke community are reflecting on the ramifications of the University's decision.
Due to the cold temperatures, line monitors called grace in K-ville and sent tenters back to their beds for the first three nights.
Continuing the student activism seen across campus this month, both the School of Law and the School of Medicine held die-in demonstrations Wednesday.
As Duke’s sexual assault policies continue to be revised, a student-run campaign is encouraging community action across campus.
Duke has appointed its first full-time director of Title IX compliance.
As sexual assault on college campuses continues to capture the national spotlight, Duke has tightened its policies in an attempt to increase awareness.
The decision was based on Brown's previous leadership and youth-oriented experiences.
With most campus eateries closed, buses running on reduced schedules and the majority of students at home, the students who were on campus made the best of Thanksgiving at Duke.
By Gerardo Parraga on
Game attendance has seen a decline since 3,100 students filled Wallace Wade Stadium to watch the Aug. 30 game against Elon University.
By Lesley Chen-Young on
This study of freshman life combines visual scenes from East Campus as well as the purest forms of social media expression: excerpts from the infamous "anonymous Twitter," Yik Yak.
By Ryan Neu on
If someone watched them practice, they might be mistaken for a Division I basketball team.