Kendrick Lamar, Steve Aoki to headline Duke LDOC
In addition to Aoki and Lamar, LDOC will host Travis Porter, an American hip-hop trio.
Duke community sounds off on comeback victory against UNC
With Duke’s 73-68 victory against the Tar Heels and subsequent bonfire, students and others shared their excitement and thoughts on the course of the game.
Duke Black Student Alliance brings UNC students for 'love games'
BSA decided to honor ESPN’s Rivalry week by inviting Tar Heels to campus.
Couple bridges Duke-UNC divide
One star-crossed couple found romance amidst the rivalry on Valentine’s Day, despite the heated emotions from Wednesday night’s game.
Lynn Vandendriessche chosen to lead Duke University Union
Vandendriessche wants the group to branch out more to collaborate with other students groups during her tenure.
Duke student coalition works with Kappa Sigma and admin in party aftermath
Student leaders met with administrators Monday in an effort to improve race relations at Duke following the controversial “Asia Prime” party.
Duke Black Student Alliance turns efforts toward internal development
The Black Student Alliance, one of the oldest student groups on campus, is refocusing its goals this year.
Duke suspends Kappa Sigma based on 'other issues'
The Eta Prime chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity has been suspended by both its national organization and by Duke.
Duke student protestors demand 'apology of action'
Hundreds of students demanded active reparations from Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Students call for change at protest against Kappa Sigma party
At 1 p.m. on Wednesday students protested at the West Campus bus stop in response to the international-themed Kappa Sigma party that was held last week.
UPDATE: 'Asia' party lands KSig in hot water
A theme party held Friday by Kappa Sigma fraternity has drawn major backlash from the Asian community and others at the University and online.
Duke Honor Council tries to bolster positivity with #DukeEncourage
Honor Council’s newest hashtag campaign works to remind all students of their worth, potential and individuality—#DukeEncourage.
Duke Kappa Sigma party ignites firestorm of criticism
A theme party held Friday has drawn major backlash from the Asian community and others at the University.
Duke students invest their own money to join Campus Enterprises
Any student who has ordered food online or had their laundry delivered can thank Campus Enterprises.
Colleges begin evaluating applicants through alternative measures
Quantitative evaluations are now making room for “noncognitive” measures for evaluating prospective students.
Duke student rear-ends C-1 on Campus Drive
A car driven by a student collided with a C-1 bus on Campus Drive Wednesday morning.
Duke Student Health offers 10 tips for tenters
Jean Hanson is also a registered nurse with a masters in public health.
Duke ePrint hacked by anonymous 'Texan'
People trying to print in Perkins Sunday received an unexpected message.
Ice halts Duke operations despite preparations
On Friday, ice descended on campus, frosting roads and sidewalks and disrupting business as usual.
Duke sophomore flushes down startup rivals with toilet paper ad business
Entrepreneur Magazine recently named sophomore Bryan Silverman as College Entrepreneur of 2012 for his startup Star Toilet Paper.
DJ A-Trak to perform at 2013 Duke personal checks
DUU’s personal checks concert will feature a mix of house and electronic dance music.
Duke alums create app to spark conversations related to 'beacon' locations
Students can see what’s happening at different locations on and off-campus in real time with a new mobile app developed by Duke alumni.
Duke IFC fraternities extend 250 bids in 2013
IFC fraternities welcomed new members to their ranks Monday with the culmination of the two-week recruitment process.
William Turner offers perspective on Duke race relations
Turner delivered the keynote address to a crowd that included local residents, students and University officials.