"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.

International freshman relays her accidental trip to Arkansas

An error in planning left Cassie Yuan and Florence Tesha over 1,000 miles away in Fayetteville, Ark.

Students soundoff on the trek back to Duke in the harsh weather

In the midst of record low temperatures, students sounded off on coming back to the Gothic Wonderland through delays and snowstorms.

The LDOC committee is adjusting its plans to make sure students can move between classes and the events freely even with a portion of the Plaza shut down.

LDOC Committee begins making offers to artists

While students finish cramming for their winter finals, the LDOC Committee of the Duke University Union are busy organizing this year’s Last Day Of Classes event.

Ada Gregory leaves Women's Center

Women's Center Director Ada Gregory has moved to a new position as the executive director of the Office of Interdisciplinary Program Management.

Black Men’s Union exec. seeks campus prominence

Since receiving its status as a recognized student group at the Sept. 25 meeting of Duke Student Government, the leaders of the Black Men’s Union have been working to solidify their place as...

Students gathered with friends and family to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal this break.

Students sound off on their Thanksgiving break

Duke students enjoyed the holiday festivities of Thanksgiving break in different ways.

Gamma Phi Beta prepares for spring recruitment

Gamma Phi Beta is preparing to recruit its first Duke pledge class in the Spring, becoming the tenth sorority on campus.

Capt. Richard Phillips speaks to students about leadership, teamwork

Captain Richard Phillips, a merchant mariner who was held hostage by Somali pirates in 2009, does not consider himself a hero.

Students honor those devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.

Duke students remember victims of Typhoon Haiyan

Gathered beneath the rain in front of the chapel, a group of students participated in a candlelit vigil Sunday night to honor those devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.

715 students from Duke, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University, the University of Maryland and more participated in the hackathon this weekend.

Duke Hackathon attracts more than 500 students to work on real-world projects

Over 530 tech-minds, united by their ideas and a barista from Joe Vaughn Goh, spent 22 hours applying their skills to create real-world solutions at the DukeHack hackathon.

"Infiltrators" portrays walls between Palestine and Israel through film

Barriers between Palestine and Israel serve not to separate people physically, but rather to degrade the personage of Palestinians, said Nick Denes—co-director of the Palestine Film Foundation.

Seniors Cara Peterson (left) and Brianna Welch (right) created the Duke Culture Initiative, a campus organization intended to increase dialogue and advocacy.

Duke Culture Initiative presidents share vision for campus

Seniors Cara Peterson and Brianna Welch created the Duke Culture Initiative, a campus organization intended to increase dialogue and advocacy, at the end of last Spring and currently serve as its...

The bike loaner program was not cancelled due to lack of student interest, but rather the expense, inaccessibility and difficulty in managing the program, said DSG President Stefani Jones.

DSG prepares to reintroduce bike sharing program

Just months after the University disbanded the Duke Bikes loaner program, Duke Student Government is preparing to introduce a bike sharing program to campus.

Duke health plan covers sex reassignment surgery for employees

Transgender employees at Duke will start to receive health benefits for gender confirmation procedures next year.


The oral history of Duke football tailgate, a football pregame party with costumes started by athletes in the late 1990s that was cancelled in 2010 after a 14-year-old passed out in a Porta-Pottie.

Journalist Jonathan Katz discusses writing about 2010 Haiti earthquake

Jonathan Katz, a Durham resident and award-winning journalist, recently received the WOLA-Duke Human Rights Book Award for his work in Haiti.

WOLA-Duke Book Award presented to Durham resident for work on Haiti

Attentive viewers sat outside the overflowing Franklin Humanities Institute Garage as journalist Jonathan Katz read about busted windows and corrupt government officials Wednesday evening.