SAE fraternity to receive new charter

After a somewhat tumultuous history, the Duke chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity will receive its charter in a formal ceremony April 21.

Sophomore Stefani Jones (center) started her own super political action committee.

Student’s super PAC draws media attention

A Duke student is proving that getting involved in the political process is much easier than some would think.

Martin vigil soundoff

Students, faculty, staff and members of the Durham community gathered on the steps in front of Duke Chapel to hold a vigil in memory of Trayvon Martin, a 17-year-old black male who was shot and...

Students have recently been experiencing slower than usual wireless internet speeds across campus as a result of the University  transitioning to increase its wireless network bandwidth.

Duke increases bandwidth, students see slower connection

Nobody likes traffic jams, especially with Internet connections.

The Duke Partnership for Service selected sophomore Andrew Hanna to lead the organization next year.

Sophomore Hanna elected to lead DPS next year

Sophomore Andrew Hanna, president-elect for Duke Partnership for Service, pledges to continue the organization’s focus on social justice around campus.

Patchett’s ‘State of Wonder’ chosen for summer reading

The Class of 2016 will read Ann Patchett’s novel “State of Wonder,” as their official summer reading book.

Delta Sigma Theta sorority performed for prospective students at a step show Friday as part of the Black Student Alliance Invitational weekend. SEE SOUNDOFF ONLINE.

BSAI Soundoff

The annual Black Student Alliance Invitational brought attracted more than 100 high school seniors

Students get slimed at DUU’s Double Dare competition, where Duke beat UNC-Chapel Hill Saturday.

Duke beats UNC in Double Dare

The Blue Devils met the Tar Heels in a slimy battle Saturday evening.

John Legend performs at last year’s Black Student Alliance Invitational Weekend in Page Auditorium

University institutionalizes BSAI funding

Negotiations between BSA and administrators are making progress.

President Richard Brodhead demonstrates Neurospire, a device that can record a user’s reaction to advertising.

Duke senior wins $5k in ACC startup contest

Representatives from almost every member of the Atlantic Coast Conference gathered in downtown Durham for a different kind of March Madness Wednesday.

Four-year study details Duke social culture

A recent study of Duke students has both confirmed and disproved several long-held suspicions about campus culture.

Nye seeks to address DUU ‘holistically’

Duke University Union has selected its new leadership team and will continue to streamline its various channels in the coming year.

Admins consult students about life at DKU

After years of administrator-driven discussion about Duke Kunshan University, students are voicing their opinions in a more organized setting.

Number of men lacking in study abroad programs

Even with the University’s emphasis on global and interdisciplinary studies, males at Duke are underrepresented in international academic and civic programs as compared to their female counterparts.

Students report theft in K-ville tents

Tenters should consider adding a lock and key next time they zip up their tents.

Dr. Brenda Armstrong, Woman’s College ’70 and associate dean and director of admissions for the School of Medicine, welcomes a visitor.

Alumnae recall spirit of former Woman’s College

Upcoming changes to Duke’s social and residential cultures echo the experiences of some notable Duke alumnae.

Administrators assess gender inequality at Duke

Women at Duke have come a long way in the past several decades.

Reggae group Rebelution to headline personal checks

Reggae band Rebelution will be headlining the personal checks concert in Krzyzewskiville Thursday.

Students sign an anti-hazing pledge in the Bryan Center Monday, as part of an initiative organized by the Hazing Prevention Coalition.

More than 10 groups investigated for hazing

Increased reports of hazing incidents have resulted in numerous investigations into the conduct of some student groups.

PickyU gives students the opportunity to anonymously make matches with Facebook friends.

PickyU connects like-minded lovers

Finding love may not be easy, but a few Duke students are trying to make the pursuit a little less daunting.

Changes to GMAT may increase test’s difficulty

Changes to the Graduate Management Admission Test may make some students rush to take the test before June.

LMFAO’s Redfoo to headline LDOC

“We gonna make you lose your mind”—Redfoo of LMFAO is set to party rock this year’s Last Day of Classes celebration.

Patrick Fitzgerald of North Carolina State University speaks Tuesday on collaboration and creativity.

CHAT conference exposes students to art

This week dozens of students prowled the Bryan Center to view a series of art exhibits that brought creativity and technology together.

Hazing incidents increase

A spike in reported hazing incidents has coincided with a University-wide effort to prevent the dangerous practice.

Freshmen left uninformed during sorority recruitment

The specifics of next year’s new house model came as a surprise to some freshmen who participated in sorority recruitment last month.