Colleges begin evaluating applicants through alternative measures
Quantitative evaluations are now making room for “noncognitive” measures for evaluating prospective students.
Duke student rear-ends C-1 on Campus Drive
A car driven by a student collided with a C-1 bus on Campus Drive Wednesday morning.
Duke Student Health offers 10 tips for tenters
Jean Hanson is also a registered nurse with a masters in public health.
Duke ePrint hacked by anonymous 'Texan'
People trying to print in Perkins Sunday received an unexpected message.
Ice halts Duke operations despite preparations
On Friday, ice descended on campus, frosting roads and sidewalks and disrupting business as usual.
Duke sophomore flushes down startup rivals with toilet paper ad business
Entrepreneur Magazine recently named sophomore Bryan Silverman as College Entrepreneur of 2012 for his startup Star Toilet Paper.
DJ A-Trak to perform at 2013 Duke personal checks
DUU’s personal checks concert will feature a mix of house and electronic dance music.
Duke alums create app to spark conversations related to 'beacon' locations
Students can see what’s happening at different locations on and off-campus in real time with a new mobile app developed by Duke alumni.
Duke IFC fraternities extend 250 bids in 2013
IFC fraternities welcomed new members to their ranks Monday with the culmination of the two-week recruitment process.
William Turner offers perspective on Duke race relations
Turner delivered the keynote address to a crowd that included local residents, students and University officials.
Duke receives record 31,750 applications
The number of applications continues to reach a new record each year, rising 56 percent during the last five years.
New Duke director of student health comes from Ohio State
Dr. John Vaughn has been appointed as the new director of student health of Duke University.
Renovations prevent 2013 Duke library party
Even the most skilled librarians will not be able to find a party in Perkins this February.
Duke campaign puts focus on effects of language
Think Before You Talk, a student-led campaign, is taking aim at derogatory and insensitive usage of words such as “gay,” “rape” or “retarded."
Duke offices in Bryan Center move amid construction
The partially demolished lower levels of the Bryan Center have caused offices to relocate to different areas of the campus.
Duke admits 753 early decisions applicants to the Class of 2017
Out of the 2,540 early decision applicants, 753 will be admitted to the Class of 2017, 106 more than last year.
Duke community reflects on semester
The Chronicle spoke with students and professors about the joy and trepidation they were feeling at the end of the semester.
Duke LDOC lineup still under wraps
Student organizers are finalizing the artist line-up for the Spring LDOC concert.
Duke study abroad program to address sexual assault prevention
The Global Education Office has recently reached out to the Women’s Center to begin exploring the issue of sexual assault.
Black fraternities and sororities follow their own traditions in choosing new members
Probate signifies the culmination of the largely secret entry process into a cultural fraternity.
Duke students exemplify advocacy against conflict minerals, author says
Duke students must now encourage other university students to continue the effort, John Predergast said.
'WHO Speaks' campaign depicts Duke women's concerns about body image
The Women’s Housing Option launched a new campaign this week to raise awareness on the complexity of women’s body issues.
Duke plans to make Bryan Center more appealing
Renovations to the Bryan Center are intended to create a more attractive space that is more conducive to student collaboration.
Lee Royster will spend 5 months in prison for DWI death
Royster pleaded guilty to felony death by vehicle for driving while impaired, resulting in the death of classmate Matthew Grape.
Duke prepares for DKU student life
Planning for student life at Duke Kunshan University is now underway, amidst uncertainties about what shape the campus will take.
'Father of sociobiology' to teach at Nicholas School
The hardest job on campus: a history of Duke's provosts
Trustees to consider architect for new Student Health and Wellness Center
Online edu still garnering mixed responses at Arts and Sciences Council
New store Letters to open amidst indy bookshop revival