FAC co-chair shares how to make the most out of freshman year
"Whether you're introverted or extroverted, be brave and start a conversation, ask questions, listen and tell your story."
LDOC deemed successful, but with no last-minute surprises
Some are questioning whether the Last Day of Classes really saved the best for last.
Students meet with DUPD to address campus concerns
Approximately 15 students met with University officials, including Chief of Police John Dailey, to voice concerns about the Duke University Police Department's treatment of students of color Tuesday.
Duke to publish sexual misconduct sanctioning guideline
Students will soon be able to see the guideline that the Office of Student Conduct uses when determining sanctions for sexual misconduct.
Survey highlights campus inequities among genders
A survey published by Duke Inquiries in Social Relations finds that a disproportionately large number of women compared to men are adversely affected by campus culture.
Baldwin after a decade: adapting to shifting campus culture
Ten years ago, the Baldwin Scholars program set out to shift the balance of gender power on campus toward a more equal state.
An exploration of Duke's sexual misconduct system
As of Monday, Student Affairs decided to make the sexual misconduct sanctioning guideline available to the public.
Social app helps students track their friends
"Accidentally" running into your crush has never been easier, thanks to a new mobile app on campus.
Activist Gloria Steinem says 'we are linked, not ranked'
Feminist activist Gloria Steinem came to Duke as part of the Jean Fox O'Barr distinguished speaker series.
New parking director talks transition, challenges
Melissa Harden took the position earlier this month, inheriting a small staff looking to make parking easier and more convenient.
Coalition commemorates Genocide Remembrance Week
The Coalition for Preserving Memory and Duke University Union collaborated to present a multimedia exhibit as part of Genocide Remembrance Week.
Powwow organizer talks Duke Native American culture
Maia Hutt is a Trinity senior who helped organize this year’s Native American Student Alliance Powwow.
Jennifer Sherman named student commencement speaker
Sherman, a senior, will speak at Duke's 2014 commencement ceremony on May 11.
Panel challenges societal frameworks around sex and sex work
In light of campus and national conversations about adult film actress Belle Knox, several professors, students and sex workers gathered for an academic discussion around sex work Wednesday night...
NC fraternity chapters fundraise for domestic violence awareness
Duke’s Phi Delta Theta fraternity chapter has joined the state-wide Fraternities4Family campaign to increase domestic violence awareness.
Swift Avenue to close over weekend
Swift Avenue will be closed along one block from Hull Avenue to Caswell Place for construction this weekend.
Students team up with Sustainable Duke to increase Eprint cost
Students are working on a proposal to increase the cost of ePrint from 2 cents per page to 4 cents in partnership with Sustainable Duke.
CollegiateACB founder to sell site following negative media attention
After more than 1,500 topics that span 103 pages on the Duke section alone, the founder of CollegiateACB has decided to sell the university gossip forum due to recent negative attention the website...
Incoming DUU president hopes to see more consistent programming
Perhaps best known for its Last Day of Classes committee, the Duke University Union has a much wider impact on the student experience than most realize. The new president of DUU—which is composed...
Common Ground, a mixed legacy 11 years in the making
More than a decade after its inception in 2003, Common Ground has come to be regarded as one of the University’s more popular, transformative—and controversial—programs.
Greek Ally Week lauds LGBTQ members and allies
The first annual Greek Ally Week kicked off Monday with an LGBTQ Panel of members of the Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council and Panhellenic Association.
TEDxDuke urges full house to accept the challenge
The 2014 TEDxDuke audience was asked to challenge themselves at the fourth annual event in Reynolds Theater Saturday.
Miss America encourages students to pursue passions
Miss America 2014 Nina Davuluri urged students to fight societal and familial pressures and follow their passions during her visit to the University Thursday.
Neknomination, social media drinking game, arrives at Duke
Neknomination, a social media drinking game, is spreading on the internet with potentially dangerous consequences.
Bowling for Soup, Ryan Cabrera to headline Old Duke
Bowling for Soup will bring the campus back to 1985 during this year's Old Duke Concert.