Administrators reinforce sexual misconduct policies
In the wake of sexual abuse scandals at Pennsylvania State University and Syracuse University, administrators are reminding Duke employees about existing policies governing various types of sexual...
Farmer recounts Haitian quake recovery, promotes health equity
Dr. Paul Farmer addressed a packed Reynolds Industries Theater Saturday.
Author Touré discusses post-blackness
People have the right to form their own identities, free of pressure from others, a social critic told students.
Mahato evidence to be presented in Lovette trial
Evidence surrounding the alleged murder of Duke graduate student Abhijit Mahato will be admissible in the trial of Laurence Lovette, who is being charged with first-degree murder in the death of...
Zakaria to communicate optimism, opportunity in globalized ‘new world’
More than two years following his first visit to Duke, renowned journalist and author Fareed Zakaria will return to encourage Duke’s graduating seniors in an interconnected world.
Although many students fled home to enjoy the Thanksgiving break with their families, an assortment of athletes, international students and others remained at Duke.
Panelists address NGO-military relations in post-conflict situations
Collaboration between civilian organizations and the military is crucial in providing support to fragile and post-conflict areas, panelists said Thursday evening.
Nobel Prize winner lauds data sharing
Sharing data publicly is a practice that advances scientific discovery and benefits society at large, two leading geneticists said in a lecture Monday.
Zakaria to speak at May commencement
International journalist Fareed Zakaria will return to Duke to address the Class of 2012 this Spring.
Expert refutes notion of middle class stagnation
The state of the middle class isn’t as hopeless as public opinion sometimes indicates, one expert said.
DSB launches free and legal movie streaming
Cable might be gone, but a student group is filling that void by offering free movie streaming online.
Rana discusses consequences of Islamophobia
Risk and danger for labor migrants have intensified under the regimes of terror control in the post-9/11 period, one expert said Monday.
Expert debates possible water policies
The United States needs to adopt an integrated water policy in order to confront the long-term water crisis, a leader in water sustainability said Monday.
Growth in China could affect health care in the US
The rapidly expanding health care systems in China and the United States present both challenges and opportunities for reform.
Lawyer Howard calls for overhaul of legal system
A total overhaul of the United States legal system is necessary to reduce the burden of regulation, an activist said.
Girardet offers unique insight into Afghanistan’s prospects
After decades of turmoil, Afghanistan still has a long road to recovery, an experienced war correspondent said Wednesday.
Slaughter outlines international policy goals
A national conversation redefining the United State’s foreign policy goals is essential for the future of American grand strategy, Anne-Marie Slaughter, former director of policy planning for the...
Lute backs Washington policy makers
Although the public may be divided about the United States’ role in Afghanistan and Pakistan, U.S. policies are effective in the areas, an advisor to the president said.
Lecture promotes Jewish unity in US, Israel
After more than a century since the founding of Zionism, the Jewish political movement continues to wrestle with the future of Israel, a leading scholar said.
Div School group emphasizes veterans' ‘moral sacrifice’
Duke should be a place where a student veteran feels safe to talk their about their wartime experiences, Duke student and Iraq war veteran Logan Mehl-Laituri said.
Play explores sexism in DNA discovery
More than 50 years ago, Rosalind Franklin made the invisible visible, but what happened next continues to trouble scientists and fuel artists.
Experts debate end to international War on Terror
Ten years after the War on Terror was declared, experts continue to dispute its future as it relates to U.S. foreign policy.
Vogel claims US more cautious with policy
Although the United States previously enacted strict rules about environmental protection, health and safety, the European Union is leading the game of precautionary regulations, Vogel said.