Eid festival-goers pack lunches for charity
To observe Eid Al-Adha, the Muslim Student Association made 100 sandwiches for Urban Ministries Saturday afternoon.
Bryan Center depression screenings aim to raise awareness
Members of the Duke community came together to provide free depression screenings for students on National Depression Screening Day.
Student group demands divestment from fossil fuel companies
Divest Duke rallied on the Allen Building lawn calling for Duke University to divest itself of investments in the top-200 fossil fuel companies.
Coming Out Day draws Duke community to Plaza
Rainbow balloons brightened up grey skies above the Bryan Center Plaza for Duke’s seventh-annual coming out day celebration Tuesday.
Students criticize recent parking changes
Recently, the reduction in parking space at Duke has led to an equal reduction in patience among students.
Students rap songs from Arab Spring
Students channeled the spirit of the Arab Spring Friday by rapping music from recent democratic uprisings in the Arab world.
DukeOpen members target Allen Building in latest demonstration
Student group DukeOpen continued to protest for endowment transparency Wednesday, hanging a banner reading “Transparency Now” in front of the Allen Building.
BME students explore life on $2 a day
Students participating in an annual biomedical engineering project were required to limit their spending to $14 per week.
DukeOpen wraps statues to promote endowment transparency
The two-fold approach began shortly after 11:00 a.m. Tuesday morning and simultaneously covered the statues of James B. Duke and Benjamin Duke.
Center for Multicultural Affairs holds talk on Latino, Latin American students
The Center for Multicultural Affairs held a discussion on the cultural gap between Latino and Latin American students Monday.
Students and alumni comment on homecoming weekend
The Chronicle’s Annie Straneva spoke with visiting alumni, students and others about their thoughts on the annual Homecoming festivities this weekend.
Revived student group advocates for worker rights
After several years on hiatus, United Students Against Sweatshops has returned to Duke with a new mission.
Homecoming attracts Dukies of all ages
Krzyzewskiville and Wilson gym were transformed into a party venue for the President Brodhead's Homecoming Dance on Friday Evening.
Students and alumni sound off on BSA Throwdown
The Black Student Alliance hosted a Homecoming Throwdown to commemorate the 50th anniversary of black students attending Duke.
Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity opens doors to alumni
The Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity held its grand opening on Sept. 27, welcoming alumni, students and administrators alike.
Students comment on Duke's Oktoberfest
Duke University Union started off homecoming weekend with Oktoberfest, a new annual event that brought the traditional 17-day German festival to chapel quad Friday evening.
Number of study abroad students reach record high
More Duke students are currently studying abroad than ever before.
Q&A with student from first study abroad program
The Chronicle’s Sasha Zients sat down with Rev. Martha Ballard, T ’75 and Divinity ’78, who went on the very first Duke-sponsored study abroad trip.
HDRL changes painting and banner policy
Changes announced by Housing, Dining and Residence Life in August discouraged students from painting their rooms and limited the dimensions of banners hung outside windows.
Future of DukeOpen push unclear
Student coalition DukeOpen is gradually making its way through administrative processes in its push for greater endowment transparency.
Revised Knock and Talks program brings student representatives to Durham doors
Duke students and police visited students' off-campus homes as part of the Knock and Talks program this fall instead of student conduct officials and Durham police.
Student YouTube video supporting Miss America gains national attention
A video featuring Duke students expressing support for newly crowned Miss America Nina Davuluri has garnered national attention—including recognition from Davuluri herself.
Fort Duke beats world record, stresses sustainability
Cardboard boxes and volunteers littered the Chapel Quad as students beat the world record for the largest structure constructed with only boxes and tape.
Graduate students find community on the field
"Pitch, Please" and "Ball's Deep" may sound like the start of an inappropriate joke, but they are actually just the names of two graduate student sports teams.