Duke administration cracks down on East Campus 'bench wars'
East Campus bench pranks have escalated to a level of destruction not seen in years past.
Rocky Mountain High: Duke students weigh in on marijuana legalization
The Chronicle spoke to Duke students from Colorado about their reaction to the news.
Duke community gathers in Sanford to follow election results
The Public Policy Majors Union organized a free, non-partisan watch party.
Duke students sound off as results roll in
Students gathered across campus to watch the outcome of the presidential election.
Duke students weigh in as Election Day arrives
After months of campaigning, Election Day has finally come.
Duke graduate tells students to create change through writing
Writers should use their work to influence public conversation, Huffington Post Managing Editor Jimmy Soni urged students.
Duke freshman ignites debate with letter criticizing affirmative action
A letter to the editor concerning affirmative action has incited a polarized response online and around campus.
Duke's Bryan Center to undergo major renovations beginning December 2012
The renovation plans are part of the University’s larger project related to renovations of the West Union Building.
Hurricane Sandy prompts Duke early decision extension, halts other programs
Although post-tropical storm Sandy—downgraded from a Category 1 hurricane Monday evening—left Durham relatively unscathed, the massive weather system is making itself known to the wider Duke...
Rubenstein Library renovations to begin mid-December
Renovations to the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library will gain momentum mid-December as West Campus library renovations near completion.
Duke International House moves to Central Campus
The International House has moved from its Campus Drive location to expand its space and staff and accommodate the growing number of international students on campus.
Duke students, parents weigh in on weekend events
Hundreds of parents flocked to Duke’s campus for the annual Parents’ and Family Weekend.
Student petitions for bus to Duke Lemur Center
Duke’s 233 lemurs may be easier to reach, depending on the success of a student petition.
Duke email system will move to Microsoft cloud service
The University has chosen to replace the current DukeMail system with Microsoft 365 University
Duke Panhel plans to add tenth sorority
Kappa Delta is one national sorority specifically interested in expanding to Duke.
New Duke LGBT Center receives more space
The long battle to provide more space for the new Center for LGBT Life ended Tuesday.
Duke students, alumni praise reform to assault policy
Students and alumni are applauding the success of efforts to repeal the one-year statute of limitations.
Duke Campus Quad app to help promote events
A new iPhone app will serve as an alternative for billboards advertising campus events.
Duke eliminates statute of limitations on sexual misconduct reporting
After months of student protest, the University eliminated the one-year statue of limitations.
Duke LDOC planning gets underway
The Duke University Union LDOC committee has initiated planning for this academic year’s final concert.
DukeEngage adds several new programs for 2013
The multiple additions include a Durham “Sister Cities” project.
Duke football player tackles athletics and research
Senior Conor Irwin uses Duke’s resources to combine brawn and brains.
Students prefer email despite admin social media push
Recently, administrators have begun to use social media to send out quick announcements to the entire student body.
Students aid ABP employee after house fire
Half of the proceeds from Devine’s Sports Bar and Grill entrance fees Thursday went to Crystal Langston.