Professor Susan Lozier and Vice President for Academic Affairs Ray Li lead a town hall discussion at Wednesday’s DSG meeting.

DSG supports funding of ER fees for sexual assault victims

Duke Student Government recommended that the University subsidize emergency room fees for victims of sexual assault.

The computer science department launched an academic dishonesty investigation last Fall for students previously enrolled in CompSci 201.

CompSci moves forward after investigation

The computer science department is developing new strategies to combat issues of cheating following the academic dishonesty investigation that began in November.

Deah Barakat, his wife, Yusor Mohammad, Abu-Salha and her sister Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha were shot and killed Tuesday.

In wake of shootings, community asks questions

Following Tuesday's tragic triple-homicide and subsequent media attention, community members mourned the loss of three local college students.

PoliSci dept. uses new strategies to compete in majors market

Although the political science department has suffered a decline in student enrollment in recent years, faculty emphasize its continuing relevance as both an academic discipline and a path to the...

Lack of diversity leads to burden on professors of color

Several black professors have voiced the concern that the cultural perspective they offer can be a double-edged sword, often forcing them to wear many time-consuming hats outside of their academic...

Senior Anna Knight was elected by the student body last week to be the next Young Trustee.

Knight talks campaign, goals for Young Trustee term

"I am not a politician by nature. I am definitely an engineering student first."

Tuesday, the Duke University Police Department released this sketch of a suspect in a Central Campus armed robbery.

Duke Police release sketch of suspect in armed robbery

Duke University Police Department has released a sketch of a person of interest in last week's armed robbery on Central Campus.

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University flags at half-staff to honor Dean Smith

Duke regularly lowers its University flags for the deaths of faculty and Trustees—but this week, they will be lowered for the death of an icon from down Tobacco Road.

Fix My Campus push brings printer to Physics building

In the two years since the launch of Fix My Campus, one suggestion has been repeatedly submitted to the campus improvement group—an ePrint station for the Physics Building.

DUSDAC considers Tijuana Flats for new MOP vendor

The newest Merchants-on-Points vendor could provide students with some Tex-Mex flavor.

McLeod trial slated to start Feb. 2016

Approximately a year after Lewis McLeod was first found responsible for sexual misconduct by an undergraduate conduct board hearing, a date has been set for his trial against the University—and his...

Sophomore Amrith Ramkumar was elected by the Chronicle staff at a meeting Friday night to be the next editor-in-chief for the 2015-16 year.

Amrith Ramkumar elected Chronicle editor of Volume 111

The Chronicle staff elected sophomore Amrith Ramkumar to serve as editor-in-chief of its 111th volume.

Dartmouth College imposed a campus-wide ban on hard liquor two weeks ago, but Duke is maintaining its policy of barring student events from serving it.

Duke maintains alcohol policies as peers ban hard liquor

Dartmouth College imposed a campus-wide ban on hard liquor two weeks ago, joining the ranks of schools including Bowdoin and Bates Colleges.

Duke Police continue to look for suspect in Central Campus armed robbery

Duke University Police Department is continuing to search for leads in Wednesday's armed robbery on Central Campus.

911 call in ADPhi case: alleged victim had 'bruises and scratches'

As the Durham Police Department continues to investigate members of Alpha Delta Phi for an alleged sexual assault, the fraternity remains suspended by the University.

Anna Knight wins Young Trustee race

A total of 2,482 students, 38 percent of the student body, voted online in the race. Students ranked the candidates in order of preference.

T-Pain is set to perform at LDOC this year, as well as Jeremih, MisterWives and student Spencer Brown (not pictured).

T-Pain, Jeremih to headline Duke LDOC 2015

After much anticipation, the official 2015 LDOC line-up has been announced.

Mary Brown Bullock, executive vice chancellor of DKU, paints a ceremonial lion's eyes at the Kunshan campus's grand opening ceremony in November.

DKU executive vice chancellor Bullock to retire

Mary Brown Bullock, executive vice chancellor of Duke Kunshan University, will retire this summer.

Vigil for Vincent Davis commemorates deceased Duke bus driver

A Wednesday night vigil service honored the life of Vincent Davis—a bus driver who passed away during winter break.

Students celebrate at Last Day of Classes festivities.

Students disappointed by LDOC committee's fake release

The fake release of this year’s LDOC lineup caused a commotion on campus, and students have openly expressed their disappointment.

The DSG executive board reiterated its support for the petition against the HDRL guidelines
requiring 30 percent of SLG and greek housing residents to be upperclassmen Wednesday.

DSG talks reducing size of Senate and executive board

Structural changes could be in store for the Duke Student Government Senate—but not the changes proposed two weeks ago.

Petition launched to protest housing quotas

A petition denouncing recent housing guidelines that require 30 percent of selective living group and greek housing residents to be upperclassmen has gained support from many student groups,...

GPSC elects President Shellhorn for graduate Young Trustee

Amidst dissention among the Young Trustee Screening Committee, the Graduate and Professional Student Council elected Ben Shellhorn as the Young Trustee to serve a two-year term beginning in August.

Duke stands by Yik Yak as other schools move to restrict

As a number of university administrations across the nation take action against Yik Yak, Duke stands by its current policies on the anonymous student forum.

Need-to-know facts in the ADPhi investigation

As the Durham Police Department continues to investigate members of Alpha Delta Phi for an alleged sexual assault, the fraternity remains suspended by the University. Here are four questions and...