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.
Mobility limited by construction
Construction on Campus Drive and West Main Street is complicating transportation routes around campus.
Melinda Gates to deliver commencement speech Sunday
Melinda Gates will return to her alma mater to address the Class of 2013 Sunday.
Senior Year '12-'13
Senior year concludes after a series of immense campus policy changes and historic athletic feats.
Andrew Barnhill to deliver student speech at commencement
Barnhill will deliver the student commencement speech Sunday.
Sophomore Year '10-'11
Sophomore year was characterized by periods of positive global attention on the University.
CAPS gives tips on how to relieve stress
To help students prepare for their finals, The Chronicle’s Anthony Hagouel spoke with Gary Glass, assistant director for outreach and developmental programming at CAPS, on how to alleviate stress.
Alpha Delta Phi to join Interfraternity Council
Alpha Delta Phi will join the Interfraternity Council in the Fall after being denied admittance in March.
Continued LDOC policies create safer event
At this year's LDOC, the number of emergency medical calls increased, but there were fewer transports to the hospital, a reversal of 2012 statistics.
Duke LDOC starts with daytime focus
Steve Aoki and Kendrick Lamar will take Duke by storm during today’s Last Day of Classes celebration.
Duke, UNC students unite to support Guantanamo prisoners
Students from Duke and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill stood in solidarity for those incarcerated at the United States’ Guantanamo Bay detention center.
Duke culture may contribute to depression among students
Rates of depression are increasing across college campuses nationwide, and students at Duke face unique risks for mental health.
B.N. Duke scholars to work with Gullah Geechee groups
The Gullah Geechee Gala—an event hosted Monday evening—celebrated a new summer program which allows Benjamin N. Duke Scholars to live and work with Gullah Geechee groups in Conway, S.C.
Depression among Duke students reflects national trends
Although he had been a diligent student throughout the majority of high school, something shifted for Advait Ghuge, now a senior, before he arrived at Duke.
DukeEngage aims to fix perceived flaws
As an international service program, DukeEngage faces the challenge of proving that it offers students more than just a free trip abroad.
Conference aims to promote Asian American dialogue, identity
TAASCON featured an entire day of activities intended to facilitate productive discourse and allow students to interact with others concerned with Asian-American issues