Colum McCann talks 9/11, literature
Colum McCann recently visited campus to speak to first years about "Let the Great World Spin" and the start to their college experience.
Shooters doubles rates due to recent damages
Due to rowdy freshmen and extensive property destruction in the last two weeks, Shooters has raised its cover fee for Duke students under 21 years old from $5 to $10.
DUU gallery exhibits student art
The Duke University Union aims to expose the University community to artwork by students and professional artists through the Louise Jones Brown Gallery.
First-Time Animator wins STEAM Challenge
Sophomore Rebecca Lai, a first-time animator, was the winner of the STEAM challenge.
New grocery delivery service introduced to Duke's campuses
A new grocery delivery service run by undergraduate students, made its first delivery Sunday.
Cup stacking champ Rachael Nedrow discusses the sport and Skrillex
The Chronicle sat down with Rachael Nedrow about cup stacking and Skrillex
Senior class comes together for 'last hurrah'
The first-ever Senior Class Kickoff was held Wednesday night in Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Duke disbands bike loaner program
Duke recently disbanded its bike loaner program due to a lack of space, funding and interest. But some students are already looking for ways to bring it back.
LGBT Center name change aims to increase inclusivity
The Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Life has changed its name to appeal more broadly to the campus community.
Bryan Center officially opens to students
Students flocked to the Bryan Center Monday to experience the official reopening of its renovated spaces.
Duke moves freshmen parking to Smith Warehouse
Near the end of March, the decision was made to move first year parking to Smith Warehouse, which is about a five to ten minute walk from East Campus.
Students sound off on first day of class
"Everyone is struggling so hard today."—sophomore Freddie Camerlynck
Alcohol-related EMS calls down since last O-Week
Although the number of calls to Duke Emergency Medical Services holds steady from last year's Orientation Week, fewer were attributed to issues concerning alcohol consumption.
Freshmen soundoff on Orientation Week
Last week, over 1,700 freshmen representing 50 different countries moved onto East Campus. Here's what members of the class of 2017 had to say about Duke, orientation and life in the South.
Maya Angelou urges students to aid others in success
Maya Angelou urged students to “be a rainbow in someone else’s cloud” this past Sunday in her address to the Class of 2017 at the Duke Chapel.
Patrick Oathout discusses his mobile application
Senior Patrick Oathout, former executive vice president of Duke Student Government, started the mobile application Uhuru this summer.
Students find the pearl within at convocation
The nervous students—selected from over 32,000 applicants and representing 50 countries—were challenged to step outside their comfort zones and take advantage of all the University has to offer.
West Union renovations begin, completion date pushed back
The project has begun and is set to be completed in early 2016.
Duke changes sanctioning guidelines for sexual assault cases
The Office of Student Conduct's Appellate Board agreed to change their sanctioning guidelines so that expulsion is used as the "preferred sanction" in sexual assault cases
The history behind freshmen dorms
Whether you are living on Main Quad or in the Backyard, in Epworth or Belltower, the name of each dorm has a story that every resident should know.
Student activism continues to increase
Student activism has always been a facet of the University, however in the past couple of years there has been an uptick of student demonstrations.
New dining options to make appearance in Fall
With the plans for renovations to West Union, students will find some old favorite eateries displaced or missing all together, but students will find new venues at which to spend their food points.
Alum publishes memoir on van-dwelling days at Duke
After leading an unconventional lifestyle for over two years, a Duke graduate student chose to emulate philosopher Henry David Thoreau with an experimental experience.
Donations insufficient for remodel
Even after receiving the largest donation in Duke’s history, the University is struggling to carry out a major renovation project.
Q & A with Melinda Gates
The Chronicle’s Raisa Chowdhury talked to Melinda Gates before commencement to discuss her relationship with Duke, her philanthropy and her daily life.