Chapel to close in 2015 for renovations
The Duke Chapel will close for renovations beginning in May 2015.
Grad School receives $7.5 million from Duke Endowment
The Graduate School received a $7.5 million donation from the Charlotte-based Duke Endowment Tuesday.
Duke women encouraged to pursue science and math
White House numbers from 2011 said women comprise just 24 percent of the STEM workforce. Some women at Duke are taking efforts to increase this figure.
Resume fabrication incidents on the rise at Duke
Administrators have noted an increase in incidents of resume fabrication at Duke in the past several years.
LDOC deemed successful, but with no last-minute surprises
Some are questioning whether the Last Day of Classes really saved the best for last.
Graduate students pool money in Duke Collective
Seven graduate students from different departments have chosen to deposit their entire stipends into a shared account from which they pay for bills, groceries and other expenses.
Incoming DUSDAC chairs talk dining during construction
Junior Gregory LaHood and sophomore Brian Taylor were chosen as co-chairs of Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee for 2014-2015.
Year before Monday's arrest, Velez charged with trespassing at Duke
Jeffrey Alan Velez of Durham has been charged with felony larceny, second-degree trespass and resisting, obstructing and delaying officers.
Students meet with DUPD to address campus concerns
Approximately 15 students met with University officials, including Chief of Police John Dailey, to voice concerns about the Duke University Police Department's treatment of students of color Tuesday.
DSG finalizes annual budget
The Duke Student Government Senate finalized the 2014-15 annual budget in their last meeting of the year Tuesday evening.
Duke to publish sexual misconduct sanctioning guideline
Students will soon be able to see the guideline that the Office of Student Conduct uses when determining sanctions for sexual misconduct.
Survey highlights campus inequities among genders
A survey published by Duke Inquiries in Social Relations finds that a disproportionately large number of women compared to men are adversely affected by campus culture.
Baldwin after a decade: adapting to shifting campus culture
Ten years ago, the Baldwin Scholars program set out to shift the balance of gender power on campus toward a more equal state.
An exploration of Duke's sexual misconduct system
As of Monday, Student Affairs decided to make the sexual misconduct sanctioning guideline available to the public.
Man pepper sprayed and arrested on West Campus quadrangle
Duke Police arrested a man on the main quad Monday evening around 8 p.m.
DukeImmerse Students Tell Refugee Stories
Refugees living as far as Syria had their stories of struggle heard Saturday evening at the Nasher Museum of Art.
Law Refectory Café to leave campus at end of academic year
The Law Refectory Café will leave Duke’s campus at the end of the academic year.
Two juniors announced as Truman Scholars
Juniors Dominique Beaudry and Jamie Bergstrom were selected as 2014 Truman Scholars today.
Academic Council hears proposal to add senior lecturer title
The Academic Council considered the addition of a new faculty rank during its meeting Thursday.
Social app helps students track their friends
"Accidentally" running into your crush has never been easier, thanks to a new mobile app on campus.
Five honored with the Presidential Award for outstanding service in 2013
One of the highest honors given to Duke faculty and staff each year, the awards were presented by President Richard Brodhead at a ceremony at the Washington Duke Inn and Golf Club Wednesday afternoon.
Education professor sparks conversation on representation of Latino faculty
Duke professor says the department of education’s leadership is not committed to recruiting or retaining diverse faculty and has failed to provide minority students with the support that they need...
DSG senate begins debate on annual budget
The Duke Student Government Senate reviewed appeals and voted on Student Organization Finance Committee allocations for the 2014-2015 annual budget Wednesday night.
In light of MOOCs, intellectual property policy remains flexible
When Cathy Davidson announced her move to City University of New York, a question was raised as to who would retain the rights to the MOOC that she created while at Duke.
Activist Gloria Steinem says 'we are linked, not ranked'
Feminist activist Gloria Steinem came to Duke as part of the Jean Fox O'Barr distinguished speaker series.