Me Too Monologues expands nationally

Me Too Monologues opens Friday night with student interest at an all-time high.

Selective living groups become more competitive

Selective living groups saw significant increases in the number of applicants this recruitment season, but the number of bids extended remained limited.

Muslim students respond to adhan backlash

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.

Cold gives K-Ville slow start

Due to the cold temperatures, line monitors called grace in K-ville and sent tenters back to their beds for the first three nights.

Duke Schools of Medicine, Law hold die-ins

Continuing the student activism seen across campus this month, both the School of Law and the School of Medicine held die-in demonstrations Wednesday.

#WeAreHereDuke campaign urges action against sexual assault

As Duke’s sexual assault policies continue to be revised, a student-run campaign is encouraging community action across campus.

Full-time Title IX coordinator begins work

Duke has appointed its first full-time director of Title IX compliance.

University continues to update sexual assault policy

As sexual assault on college campuses continues to capture the national spotlight, Duke has tightened its policies in an attempt to increase awareness.

Brown named new CSGD director

The decision was based on Brown's previous leadership and youth-oriented experiences.

Students on campus during break find alternative Thanksgiving options

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.

Aer performs at the End Zone concert Wednesday night in Keohane Amphitheater.

Pre-game festivities aim to ramp up football attendance

Game attendance has seen a decline since 3,100 students filled Wallace Wade Stadium to watch the Aug. 30 game against Elon University.

New life as a Blue Devil, Part III

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.

For semi-pro basketball team, 'sky is the limit'

If someone watched them practice, they might be mistaken for a Division I basketball team.

For semi-pro basketball team, 'sky is the limit'

If someone watched them practice, they might be mistaken for a Division I basketball team.

Student concerns lead to refined Shabbat theme

Although the event will otherwise go on as planned, Friday’s Shabbat dinner at the Freeman Center for Jewish Life will no longer reference the Bedouin people following vocal pushback from some...

Kassa Korley has earned the title of International Master, the second highest title awarded by the World Chess Federation.

'My passions were what drove me': senior reflects on chess success

Playing chess comes so naturally to senior Kassa Korley that he cannot even remember how he first learned the game.

Senior Daniel Kort, president of Blue Devils United, said that the 30 student leaders he presented to at IvyQ unanimously supported the introduction of Duke's LGBTQ-inclusive question.

LGBTQ-inclusive question well-received by peer institutions

"It will be critical for us to elevate and embrace the values of marginalized people and groups within our demographic."

Students and their families dine at the Marketplace on East Campus.

Freshmen sound off on Family Weekend

"It was kind of like a mini vacation."

CAPS reports increase in referrals

Data given to The Chronicle by Counseling and Psychological Services shows a rise in the number of students served by CAPS.

Mental Health Awareness Week aims to spark conversation among students

This year, Duke will participate through the efforts of student groups, with the support of CAPS—an effort to place students at the center of the conversation.

Junior Jay Ruckelshaus, center, is bringing a national disability conference to Duke to discuss accessibility and support options.

Ruckelshaus advocates for student disability support

After founding a nonprofit called Ramp Less Traveled to make higher education accessible to others with disabilities, junior Jay Ruckelshaus is now bringing a national disability conference to Duke.

DukeMakers, founded early this year, has built a prosthetic hand for a boy with birth defects and collaborated with FORM magazine to creat 3D printed fashion pieces, among other projects.

DukeMakers club innovates with 3-D printing

A new student group is working towards more accessible and flexible 3-D printing for innovators across campus.

There are currently 50 Zagster bikes set up at four different locations—one at the East Campus bus stop, one at the Central Campus bus stop near Devil's Bistro and two on West Campus, one between the Social Sciences and Allen buildings (pictured) and one by Penn Pavilion.

Bike sharing program up and running

After a year's hiatus, bike sharing is officially back on Duke's campus—albeit taking a different form than it once did.

'Dating at Duke' tackles relationships, hookup culture

“If you’re not dating or in a committed relationship, why not?”

President Barack Obama announced the It's On Us sexual assault awareness campaign in a video last week.

Duke tackles sexual assault outside of White House awareness campaign

The launch of the White House's “It’s On Us” campaign to raise awareness about sexual assault on college campuses received considerable attention last week, but Duke is pursuing its own methods to...