West Duke reopens following ceiling collapse, renovations
The West Duke building on East Campus reopened in mid-September after initial project delays, and the departments formerly housed in the building have been moving back in over the past several weeks.
CAPS reports increase in referrals
Data given to The Chronicle by Counseling and Psychological Services shows a rise in the number of students served by CAPS.
Under new structure, ACIR looks to guide socially responsible investment
The Advisory Committee on Investment Responsibility—a group of faculty, trustees, alumni and students who assess the social impact of Duke's investments—is finalizing the transition to a new...
Pizza vendor contemplated for Merchants-on-Points
The Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee met Monday to discuss the possibility of adding another pizza option to the Merchants-on-Points program.
Duke hires new parking and transportation director
After a months-long national search, Carl DePinto was selected as the new director for parking and transportation services.
As NIH funding drops, faculty head to Capitol Hill
As researchers find themselves feeling the National Institutes for Health funding cuts more deeply, some are turning directly to Congress—including four Duke professors who met with lawmakers two...
Mental Health Awareness Week aims to spark conversation among students
This year, Duke will participate through the efforts of student groups, with the support of CAPS—an effort to place students at the center of the conversation.
Bryan Center entrance to close in the spring
Another student traffic route will be blocked due to construction, as work is set to begin on renovations to the Bryan Center entrance.
Duke Law celebrates International Week
As the international opportunities in the School of Law continue to expand, the law student body enjoyed a celebration of its international composition this week.
Plaza food carts go empty this semester
Students may have been mystified by the lack of food carts on the Bryan Center Plaza this Fall—but the missing carts result from coincidentally timed closures, rather than action by Duke Dining or...
MOP vendor The Pizzeria closed for business
The Pizzeria, a popular Merchants-on-Points vendor, has recently closed for business—leaving one fewer option for students to spend food points.
Popular 'Advertising and Society' lecture turned into MOOC
Students around the world will soon have online access to one of Duke's most popular courses.
DSG sets 2014-15 Executive Agenda
Agenda passes unanimously containing goals concerning everything from an LGBTQ Focus group to a Duke Encyclopedia.
Environment-focused DukeImmerse program partners with Paul Quinn College
DukeImmerse's next project is reaching out to another university to partner in studying urban and environmental issues.
Ruckelshaus advocates for student disability support
After founding a nonprofit called Ramp Less Traveled to make higher education accessible to others with disabilities, junior Jay Ruckelshaus is now bringing a national disability conference to Duke.
DukeMakers club innovates with 3-D printing
A new student group is working towards more accessible and flexible 3-D printing for innovators across campus.
UN adviser examines effects of poverty
Duke's Human Rights Center and the University of Oxford joined forces Tuesday to search for the answer to a critical global question of whether extreme poverty is acceptable.
'Real' slums of Bangalore surveyed by Bass Connections team
The Bass Connections project team “Where are the ‘Real’ Slums in Bangalore” presented their work Tuesday, showing the variance of low-income slums in Bangalore.
Wilson family donates $3 million to athletics and Nasher
Duke announced a $3 million gift to support athletics and the Nasher Museum of Art Tuesday morning.
Sushi Love considered for Merchants-on-Points program
The Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee met Monday with representatives from Sushi Love and Campus Enterprises to consider bringing the restaurant on Merchants on Points.
Bike sharing program up and running
After a year's hiatus, bike sharing is officially back on Duke's campus—albeit taking a different form than it once did.
'Dating at Duke' tackles relationships, hookup culture
“If you’re not dating or in a committed relationship, why not?”
Grad students pack Blue Zone for season ticket line
In the largest gathering of graduate and professional students of the year concluded this weekend, as more than 2,000 students participated in the annual basketball campout.
Gender-neutral housing comes to East Campus
For the first time in Duke's history, all undergraduate students have access to gender-neutral housing—but freshmen have not yet taken advantage of it.
New ethics fellow to research transparency in health care
"I can already say it’s been a fantastic program choice."