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.
Duke admin elaborates on email to student body about campus intolerance
Zoila Airall noted that she received four specific reports.
Forum revisits 'Who Needs Feminism?'
The campaign creators discuss its success and challenges nearly six months later.
DSG VP calls for reform of Knock and Talks
Derek Rhodes said the program, in its current form, is intrusive for students.
BDU demands more space for LGBT Center
The student group claims that current plans do not meet its expanded needs.
New Tailgating blends old and new elements
New Tailgating’s debut Saturday took a more traditional southern route.
New Tailgate relocated due to security issues
New Tailgating will appear in a revised form for the next football home game.
O-week social scene a mixed bag: Duke EMS calls down, off-campus incidents persist
Overall EMS calls are down, but a police bust resulted in 15 citations and 2 arrests.
Faculty Outings now open to all students for the entire year
Student-faculty interaction for upperclassmen will soon extend beyond the FLUNCH program.
Where to eat
Both on and off-campus, Duke and Durham offer a wide variety of delicious food options.
Where to go—off-campus
Take a break from campus life and visit some of the many cultural venues Durham and the Triangle area have to offer.
Who's who at Duke
These are the students and administrators who keep the university working and moving forward.
Admissions yield drops two points
The yield on offers for the Class of 2016 dipped slightly compared to last year.
Schindler joins Clinton with 'promising' global initiative
The sophomore will take a break from studying multi-variable calculus to pitch her vision for tackling global health and gender equity issues.
Kappa Sigma to return to campus
Nearly a decade after removing itself from IFC, Kappa Sigma fraternity is once again recognized by the University.
Student insurance plan to cover STI testing costs
Duke has expanded its student medical insurance plan to cover testing for sexually transmitted infections.
Senior Sadanani chosen to speak at commencement
Senior Roshan Sadanani will put his oratory skills to the test at commencement next month.
Duke mock trial wins national championship
Duke’s mock trial team became national champions for the first time Sunday.
Blue Devil Days Soundoff
Hundreds of prospective freshmen are visiting campus over the next week for Blue Devil Days.