Duke LDOC committee announces remaining 2013 lineup
Bad Rabbits, 5 & a Dime and Blank 281 will be joining Kendrick Lamar, Steve Aoki and Travis Porter.
Duke accepts 2,897 applicants for Class of 2017
This afternoon, Duke will offer of admission to 2,897 students for the Class of 2017.
Junior Steven Blaser develops nonprofits to encourage financial savvy
Calling Steven Blaser driven would be an understatement.
'Let the Great World Spin' chosen as Duke's Class of 2017 summer reading
The Class of 2017 will read Colum McCann’s novel “Let the Great World Spin,” as their official summer reading book.
9-year-old, inspired by Blue Devils, raises money for Duke Children's Hospital
Nine-year-old Max Bonnstetter’s dream is to follow in the footsteps of men’s basketball players Ryan Kelly and Seth Curry, though not necessarily on the basketball court.
Katherine Fraile discusses goals as new Duke Partnership for Service president
Although Fraile has not had past experience on the dPS Executive Board, she has volunteered for various organizations.
Duke blocks students from parking in Bryan Center garage
Officials are cracking down on students parking in the Bryan Center garage.
Duke survey finds greeks have greater sense of belonging
A report recently published by the Greek Culture Initiative measured the impact of greek life and gender roles.
Jones tackles Duke gender inequity with student committee
Jones is already taking steps to address gender issues at Duke.
Duke students work with admin for West Union accessibility
The renovation is slated to enhance the structure with unprecedented access.
Duke students craft March Madness charity for SIDS research
Freshman Michael McConville is using March Madness to benefit a charity that hits close to home.
Twins bring passion for entrepreneurship to Duke
Sophomore twins Emily and Nick Briere were singled out from their first day on campus.
Internships increase as economy improves, Duke advisers say
Internship opportunities for students have been broadening as a result of the recovering economy, career counselors say.
Students look forward to break from busy Spring semester
The Chronicle asked Duke students for their thoughts on the eve of Spring break.
Duke campaigns aim to empower students via social media
Students are increasingly using social media to advance messages of self-empowerment.
Alpha Delta Phi denied Duke campus housing again
The Interfraternity Council voted to deny the off-campus fraternity admittance to the council.
New IFC leaders respond to KSig controversy, other Duke issues
In the wake of the Kappa Sigma fraternity’s “Asia Prime” party controversy, members of the newly instated Interfraternity Council are making plans to prevent problems in the future.
Duke's new Baldwin Auditorium to host renewed look, acoustics
The ongoing makeover of Baldwin Auditorium aims to tailor the service it provides to both spectators and performers.
Former lacrosse players settle suit against Duke
The 38 unindicted men’s lacrosse players from the 2005-2006 team have settled their lawsuit with the University.
New plaza to bridge Duke's Bryan Center, Towerview Road
The renovated Bryan Center Plaza, on track for an Aug. 2013 completion, will link student social hubs with academic buildings.
Duke aims to change pattern of controversial theme parties
In recent years, Duke parties have grabbed national media attention with themes playing on racial and gender stereotypes.
Duke Panhel will vet 3 sororities to decide 10th chapter
Three sororities have officially been invited by the Duke Panhellenic Association to present themselves as candidates.
Duke students, faculty probe effect of identity slurs
The Women’s Studies Program hosted a discussion Tuesday titled “Identity Slurs.”
Duke vigil calls for Medicaid expansion
Students and community activists met Monday night to protest the state legislature's rejection of Medicaid expansion.
Roe v. Wade lawyer 'shocked' abortion is still an issue
When Sarah Weddington successfully argued Roe v. Wade before the Supreme Court 40 years ago, she thought an end to legal battles over abortion was in sight.