The West Duke building on East Campus is closed until further notice following the collapse of a ceiling in one of its rooms.

Part of West Duke ceiling collapses

The ceiling of a room in the West Duke building collapsed on East Campus Wednesday afternoon.

Mi Gente is looking to find a space on campus to hold general meetings and events, as well as serve as a space to learn more about Latino culture.

Mi Gente seeks office to serve as hub for Latino culture

Mi Gente, Duke's latino student association, is working to get its own office space.

Greeks find career boosts through networking

Fraternity and sorority members report gaining significant career advantages from participating in greek organizations, which tout the networking benefits that they provide.

J-ville launches homelessness awareness

The beginning of a new tenting tradition for interfaith Duke students began with approximately 40 students Sunday night.

J-ville brings social justice to tenting

This Sunday, students can camp out for the Duke-North Carolina game in a new location—Chapel Quad.

Duke ranked top volunteer producer as Peace Corps "joins 21st century"

The University, after sending 18 volunteers in 2013, was recently ranked No.16 on the Peace Corps’ 2014 Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities List in the category of medium-sized school.

Duke students celebrate a win by burning benches on the Main West Quadrangle.

Duke works to maintain safe bonfire practices

Bonfires have marked Duke basketball victories for years, but the tradition has come under scrutiny due to potential safety risks it presents.

Hannah Ward chosen as student preacher

Senior Hannah Ward will give this year's student preacher sermon at Duke Chapel, according to a Duke News press release.

The Kenan-Biddle Partnership, which unites Duke and UNC students, has funded a new initiative focused on female empowerment.

New initiative unites feminist activists across shades of blue

A new multi-campus initiative is working to connect and empower active feminist leaders from Duke and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Sophomore Sarah Stanczyk chose to stay at Duke this semester while undergoing chemotherapy.

Student stays at Duke despite illness

Between work, sports and environmental science classes, sophomore Sarah Stanczyk can barely find the time to deal with her latest challenge: chemotherapy.

Students around campus enjoyed the Super Bowl Sunday.

Students sound off on Super Bowl

Students share there thoughts on this year's Super Bowl.

Uni works to shrink socioeconomic divide

Duke is in the process of removing "academic and social roadblocks" affecting students on financial aid, in response to a report two years ago revealing student concern with financial diversity at...

Selective Living Groups extend over 250 bids

Sixteen different selective living groups extended over 250 bids after completing a three-week rush process.

Students dress up for the heroes and villains library party two years ago.

Returned Library Party to channel cabaret

After a one-year hiatus, the annual library party will be held Feb. 21 despite ongoing renovations to Perkins and Rubenstein Libraries.

TIME's Thirty under Thirty Brittany Wenger talks research, Duke experience

Brittany Wenger—a Duke freshman and Angier B. Duke scholar—was recently named one of TIME magazine’s Thirty Under Thirty people who are changing the world with their ideas.

Spring Week is intended to educate students and draw potential new members

NPHC launches first spring week

For the first time, the National Pan-Hellenic Council, representing historically black fraternities and sororities, is offering a Spring Week to increase its visibility on campus due to its...

Fix My Campus receives suggestions from over 1,850 members.

Sunder lists most popular and outrageous Fix My Campus request from the Fall

A year after its secondary launch, Fix My Campus is striving to connect student concerns with administrative offices.

"You Don't Say" organizers explain campaign motivations

The Chronicle takes a behind-the-scenes look at the "You Don't Say" campaign launched Monday.

A poster campaign launched Wednesday by the Women’s Housing Option aims to spread awareness about the impact of media and language on gender violence.

WHO Speaks campaign spotlights rape culture

The WHO Speaks campaign has returned to campus with a new mission.

Duke fraternities bring in bigger pledge class

Although the number of potential new members was almost the same last year, Duke Interfraternity Council groups extended more nearly 70 more bids in 2014 than 2013.

The volume of bids marks a decrease from last year, when Duke’s nine chapters gave out 364 bids.

Panhel offers 339 bids, down from last year

Duke’s nine Panhellenic Association sororities gave out 339 bids on Sunday’s Bid Day, concluding a two-week recruitment process.

Duke's new financial aid website debuted Dec. 16

Financial aid office launches new website

Duke’s Financial Aid office debuted their new website Dec. 16, which they hope will make financial aid information more accessible for students and parents.

Students attend a recruitment session in the hopes of getting a job.

Students battle stress in scramble to find post-grad jobs

The beginning of Spring semester kicks off the summer internship and post-graduation job search, and the stress can take quite a toll on the student body.

The project will eventually bring air conditioning to all East Campus dormitories.

Workers complete second phase of Campus Drive construction

Over Winter Break, Facilities Management restarted a scheduled project on Campus Drive to install piping from West Campus to assist in the cooling of buildings on East Campus.

Students sound off on recruitment process for selective living groups

Students sound off on the recruitment process for joining a selective social group.