Bryan Center cleared for entry after bomb threat
An anonymous call to Durham Police said there was a bomb in the building.
Duke OKs student health insurance coverage for sex reassignment
Sexual reassignment surgery for transgendered students will be covered in students’ health care plans, effective this Fall.
Duke alumni share thoughts on 2013 reunion
The Chronicle spoke with several alumni—some who were students as far back as 1953—to ask about their most memorable moments in college and how the University has changed since they were last here.
Smash Mouth lead singer discusses 20 years with the band
"At the end of the day, I think the biggest thing about a band being together is [to not] let it become about the money. That’s the biggest thing. It’s the money."
Mo Cowan reflects on 50th anniversary of Duke integration
Sen. Cowan, D-Mass lauds the social progress that Duke has made since it accepted its first five black undergraduates in 1963.
Richard Brodhead lauds gifts by Duke alumni
The value of a Duke education will never be matched by online alternatives, Brodhead told alumni.
Details emerge in Central Campus break-in
Two Central Campus apartments were entered illegally between the hours of 11 p.m. and 3 a.m. on Sunday morning.
DSG Judiciary reopens online campaigning
The Duke Student Government Judiciary overturned the Board of Elections’ decision to end electronic campaigning for Tuesday’s election.
Ultra-slim Contact Lens Refresh Card wins Duke Start-Up Challenge
The $50,000 grand prize was awarded to Refresh Innovations—the maker of an ultra-slim, all-in-one contact lens case and solution package.
Some Duke faculty question online courses for credit
Administrators and faculty discussed the University’s potential three-year pilot membership in the Semester Online consortium at the Arts and Sciences Council meeting.
Duke Student Government VP election delayed to due to tech problem
The election has been postponed due to glitch with the online voting system. It will likely take place April 16.
Duke Panhel selects Gamma Phi Beta as 10th sorority
The Panhellenic Association voted to expand in Spring 2012, in response to an increase in recruitment numbers over the past five years.
Website sorts Duke courses by culture
Students looking to cross physical and academic borders have a new tool to use.
Duke juniors Patrick Oathout, Jacob Tobia win Truman Scholarship
Oathout and Tobia are two of 62 students nationwide to win the prestigious scholarship.
Duke Student Government debates SOFC budget for next year
The SOFC annual budget funds capital expenditures that the group needs to function and major expenditures for events.
Goldwater scholars discuss research
Two Duke juniors, Kushal Seetharam and Yaohua Xue, have been selected to receive the 2013 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.
Andrew Barnhill selected as 2013 Duke commencement student speaker
Barnhill, a law student who will also be receiving a masters degree from the Divinity School, was chosen from several dozen candidates.
Duke alum helps students crowdsource for college funds
Duke alum Andrew Wilkinson created StudentDonate.com, a nonprofit that gives college students a platform to crowdsource micro-donations to help them afford tuition, books and other school expenses.
Greek organizations participate in PACT training
Many greek organizations on campus have taken steps toward reducing gender violence at Duke by committing to train their members to prevent, act, challenge and teach.
Transgender students grapple with gender norms
Even as Duke moves forward with transgender friendly policies, student leaders are worried about transgender students being able to comfortably transition genders on Duke’s campus.
Duke Student Government cannot access candidates' histories
Given the legal privacy of student records, a rapist could serve as Duke Student Government president or in another leadership position.
Fedja Pavlovic drops from DSG VP race
Pavlovic withdrew from the race one day after denying public allegations of sexually assaulting another student.
Fedja Pavlovic denies allegations of rape
Pavlovic, a sophomore running for Duke Student Government vice president for residential life, has denied allegations of sexually assaulting another student.
Duke Divinity School says it answers what science cannot
Duke Divinity students and administrators are adamant that theological education is more than just blind faith.
Duke students push for endowment transparency
DukeOpen, a new student coalition, aims to increase transparency of the Duke’s endowment.