Angelou inspires freshman class
Instead of entering a poem into a time capsule at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial dedication with the families of King and President Barack Obama, Maya Angelou delivered a heartfelt address to...
Night at the Nasher Soundoff
Since lugging their belongings into East Campus residence halls Tuesday, students of the Class of 2015 have enjoyed numerous orientation events, one of which was the annual Night at the Nasher.
Q & A with Jonathan Safran Foer
Duke’s summer reading book for the Class of 2015,“Eating Animals,” takes a hard look into factory farming and challenges readers to make informed decisions about their eating habits.
Foer sparks discussion on factory farming
The Class of 2015 was urged Thursday to ask tough questions, especially as they pertain to food.
John Chambers: Commencement Speaker
Enduring a national financial crisis throughout its college years, the Class of 2011 will depart Duke having heard the words of John Chambers, one of America’s most successful and prominent CEOs.
Mike Lefevre: Student Commencement Speaker
Former Duke Student Government President Mike Lefevre will step up to the soapbox one last time.
Looking Back: Senior Year 2010-2011
The Class of 2011’s senior year was characterized by periods of positive global attention on the University mired by episodes of tragedy and negative scrutiny.
Looking Back: Junior Year 2009-2010
During their junior year, the Class of 2011 experienced a series of ups and downs.
Looking Back: Sophomore Year 2008-2009
Sophomore year brought many critical events to the attention of the Class of 2011.
Looking Back: Freshman Year 2007-2008
The Class of 2011, arriving as freshmen in August 2007, were the first group of students to start their undergraduate experience somewhat detached from the lacrosse case.
Despite Chapel vandalism, admins laud safe LDOC
Administrators and students said that LDOC 2011 was one of the best Duke has seen in recent memory—with one, unfortunate exception.
DUU to take over LDOC committee
With recent changes to student organizations and increasing musician fees, the LDOC committee will now fall under the purview of Duke University Union and lose its independence.
Hosokawa gives unique perspective on Hiroshima
Duke students had the rare opportunity Friday to learn about the present nuclear situation in Japan as well as Japan’s nuclear history from a primary source: a survivor of the 1945 Hiroshima bombing.
Hyper Crush to join LDOC musical lineup
The LDOC committee is putting the final touches on the grand finale of the school year.
Students plan ‘Beer Trucks’ alternative
For senior and Duke Student Government President Mike Lefevre, “Beer Trucks”—the traditional commencement week event that was canceled this year—is worth fighting for.
Brodhead joins leaders in China
Duke University President Richard Brodhead joined corporate CEOs, university leaders and presidents of some of the world’s most influential nations April 15 and 16 in China for a conference...
About 60 admitted high school seniors attended Latino Student Recruitment Weekend, an annual event hosted by Mi Gente that helps to recruit students to Duke.
Q&A with Barbara Kingsolver
After acceptance of the LEAF award last week, author Barbara Kingsolver sat down with The Chronicle’s Julian Spector to talk about her approach to writing, the intersection of science and art and...
Campus Council goes out ‘with a bang’
It may be called Old Duke, but the celebrations in Keohane Amphitheater Friday also marked a new era in student government.
Sororities petition against Duke College ACB forum
The nine sororities in the Panhellenic Association have initiated petitions among their members to end Duke’s affiliation with the gossip website CollegeACB.com.
‘Beer Trucks’ scratched from graduation week
For more than 20 years, “Beer Trucks” has been a fixture of Duke’s commencement week activities, but the Class of 2011 will have to make alternate plans for the night before graduation exercises.
Rushdie speaks on role of the novelist
Acclaimed author Salman Rushdie spoke about the power of literature to address human freedoms and conflict in the contemporary world, where public events increasingly impact private lives.
Higginbotham stresses black perspective in legal history
The black perspective is crucial in constructing legal history, Evelyn Higginbotham said Monday.
Journalist shares challenges of Haiti quake
When journalist Damien Cave saw and smelled piles of bodies in Haiti after 2010’s tragic earthquake, his emotions took over.