Developing: student reports armed robbery on Central Campus

An armed robbery was reported on Central Campus shortly after midnight Wednesday.

Last year's LDOC concert featured Dillon Francis as the headliner.

LDOC committee fakes out lineup release

Students will have to wait a few more days to hear the release of this year’s anticipated LDOC lineup.

YT candidate Anna Knight emphasizes unique perspective

In her campaign for Young Trustee, senior Anna Knight wants to emphasize her opportunity to bring a different perspective to the Board of Trustees—as both the first Panhellenic woman and the first...

Undergrad YT finalist Nikolai Doytchinov spotlights prior experience on Board

In his campaign for Young Trustee, senior Nikolai Doytchinov is emphasizing his experience working with the Board of Trustees and his familiarity with how the system works.

David Robertson highlights diversity of experiences in undergrad Young Trustee race

In his campaign for Young Trustee, senior David Robertson has made representing the diverse array of student voices on campus a key priority.

Public forum stimulates dialogue on call to prayer

"The Duke Chapel adhan can’t be answered in the abstract. We have to ask was it right in this time, in this place, for these people."

The DUSDAC committee debated which vendors to add to Merchants-on-Points at their meeting Monday night.

Un-Satisfied DUSDAC searches for new MOP vendors

Students may soon be able to satisfy their Italian and Mexican cravings as Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee looks to add new Merchants-on-Points vendors and food trucks.

Duke Student Government has partnered with Counseling and Psychological Services and the Student Wellness Center to put together its first Mental Health Awareness Month.

Mental Health Awareness Month aims to fight stigma

Duke Student Government has partnered with Counseling and Psychological Services and the Student Wellness Center to put together its first Mental Health Awareness Month.

Then Penn currently averages only 1,500 customers daily, a slight increase from last year.

Penn Pavilion struggles with customer flow

Although it is still only serving 75 percent of its target total meals, Penn Pavilion has seen 4 percent growth since January 2014.

SpeedFeed is currently in talks with Harris Teeter about possibly subsidizing deliveries.

SpeedFeed launches new grocery delivery service

A grocery delivery service launched this semester looks to provide students with fresh produce from Harris Teeter delivered directly to their dorms.

New details emerge in Duke ADPhi sexual assault claim

A female student was possibly drugged and taken from a party to a senior fraternity member's apartment, where she may have been raped.

Graduate School hands out grants for professional guidance

The program is designed to give different departments more ability to direct their professional development programs to their specific set of students.

Me Too Monologues expands nationally

Me Too Monologues opens Friday night with student interest at an all-time high.

Judge orders Duke to release more documents in Potti case

The first trial in the Dr. Anil Potti research misconduct scandal is now likely several months away—but Duke may have to turn over additional documents first.

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Duke kicks off John Hope Franklin Centennial celebration

The centennial celebration commemorating the life of historian John Hope Franklin kicked off Wednesday night.

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Administration rejects Divest Duke proposal

Two DSG amendments to face referenda

Duke Student Government passed two constitutional amendments which will face referenda during the Spring election cycle.

Duke administrator named deputy FDA commissioner

Dr. Robert Califf, vice chancellor for clinical and translational research, has been appointed the next deputy commissioner for Medical Products and Tobacco at the Food and Drug Administration.

Selective living groups become more competitive

Selective living groups saw significant increases in the number of applicants this recruitment season, but the number of bids extended remained limited.

Young Trustee process raises questions of transparency

Some have called the fairness of the system into question—highlighting in particular, the role that Duke Student Government plays in the process.

DUSDAC talks potential food truck additions

While West Union remains under construction, the Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee is considering additional food trucks to add to the lineup.

Dobbins to succeed Bynum in DKU leadership

Nora Bynum, vice provost for DKU and China initiatives, will leave her position next month to direct the Science Action Center at Chicago's Field Museum.

$53M Science Drive parking garage in progress

The parking garage, located on Science Drive and Cameron Boulevard, is being built to help alleviate the growing demand for parking on campus.

Medical malpractice trial against Duke postponed

The wait for the Anil Potti trial has gotten a little bit longer, courtesy of the flu.

Although the wage increase does not apply to Duke's contacted employees—including those who work at campus eateries and those who work as housekeepers—the University has a history of requesting that contractors abide by the same minimum wage,

Duke raises minimum wage for regular employees to $12 per hour

Duke will increase its minimum wage from $10.91 per hour to $12 per hour beginning in July, affecting approximately 400 employees of the University and Duke University Health System.