Duke’s nine Panhellenic Association sororities extended bids to 373 female students.

Sororities extend 373 bids on Bid Day

Shouts of laughter and groans of disappointment were heard Sunday as sororities unveiled their newest members.

Documentary filmmaker Gregory Kallenberg speaks Wednesday following a screening of his film.

Kallenberg urges clean energy discussion

Energy problems require a rational discussion among the experts and the public to ensure accurate information and strong clean energy policy in the future, said a leading filmmaker Wednesday evening.

Chairs of debt commission outline plan

The United States’ debt will have drastic consequences unless policymakers take major steps to alter the current fiscal path, said the co-chairs of President Barack Obama’s bipartisan budget...

Michele Norris, co-host of National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered,” speaks Wednesday evening in Reynolds Theater.

Norris uncovers hidden racial histories

A National Public Radio host is pulling the race card—and she is doing it to illuminate the nature of race relations past and present.

Students meet at the Interfraternity Council Open House at the Nasher Museum of Art Jan. 9.

Rush numbers hold steady from last year

Despite changes to fraternity rush and the introduction of the house model, fraternity and sorority recruitment numbers are consistent with last year.

Brazile urges continuation of King’s work

The vice chair of voter registration of the Democratic National Committee insists that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s work is far from finished.

Dubois assesses Haiti’s recovery, calls for government reform

Two years after an earthquake dramatically changed the landscape of Haiti, the country needs to see more progress in terms of relief efforts, a leading author said Thursday.

Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, discusses the financial concerns surrounding the national defense budget.

Dempsey details tight military budget

The highest ranking military officer in the United States spoke Thursday about a revised military strategy in light of recent cuts in the military budget.

Muslim Chaplain Abdullah Antepli and Rwandan refugee Innocent Justice speak at the 2012 Winter Forum at the Fuqua School of Business.

Winter Forum illuminates problems facing refugees

Although a majority of Duke students spent the final days of winter break settling back into campus, about 100 students instead dedicated their time to learning about the refugee experience.

Hannah Wiseman, a professor at Florida State University, speaks about the legal regulations surrounding fracking.

Experts dispute implications of hydrofracking

Despite its contribution to economic growth, the controversial process of “fracking” poses serious environmental risks, nationally acclaimed experts said Monday.

In the past three academic years, the number of citations for off-campus alcohol-related issues has dropped from 115 to 81 in the previous year.

Media ride-alongs with ALE a standard practice

When ALE comes to crash a party, the media may not be far behind.

Raymond Vickery discusses the relationship between the United States and India in a speech Thursday.

Former Clinton admin discusses US-India relations

The United States needs to put more emphasis on economic engagement in order to enhance its relationship with India, a former Clinton administration official said.

Students discuss relevant campus issues at  “Culture Clash,” an event at the Center for Multicultural Affairs.

Students gather to discuss ‘culture clash’

A Pi Kappa Phi party has sparked controversy after a contentious theme and language in an email invitation raised questions about the culture climate at Duke.

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson speaks at Reynolds Industries Theater to a crowd of more than 500 people Tuesday afternoon.

Jackson urges consideration of environmental issues

A leader in environmental policy highlighted pressing concerns facing the Environmental Protection Agency Tuesday.

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...

Paul Farmer has written several books on health and human rights.

Q&A with Paul Farmer

Medical anthropologist, physician and the author of numerous books on health and human rights Paul Farmer spoke at Duke Saturday about his book “Haiti After the Earthquake.”

Global health expert Dr. Paul Farmer addresses students and faculty in Reynolds Industries Theater Saturday.

Farmer recounts Haitian quake recovery, promotes health equity

Dr. Paul Farmer addressed a packed Reynolds Industries Theater Saturday.

Touré discusses self-definition Thursday in the Duke Divinity School.

Author Touré discusses post-blackness

People have the right to form their own identities, free of pressure from others, a social critic told students.

‘Gameday’ replacement in the works

Tailgate’s replacement may soon be replaced.

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.

Stephanie Jones, sophomore, unpacks her car after Thanksgiving break.

Thanksgiving Soundoff

Although many students fled home to enjoy the Thanksgiving break with their families, an assortment of athletes, international students and others remained at Duke.

Chris Seiple, president of the Institute for Global Engagement, speaks about military and NGO culture.

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 John Sulston speaks Monday at the Sanford School of Public Policy.

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.

Kilner explains the overlooked beauty of war

War can be beautiful, a U.S. Army officer said Friday.