Board of Trustees approve tuition hike and West Union funds
The Board of Trustees convened in Palo Alto this weekend to elect a new provost, approve tuition rates for the 2014-15 academic year and tour Stanford University's campus, among other items.
Sally Kornbluth to follow Peter Lange as new provost
Sally Kornbluth, James B. Duke Professor of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology, will succeed Provost Peter Lange as the new provost.
UPDATED: Afternoon classes cancelled
For the fifth time this semester, classes were canceled Monday due to a severe weather policy.
40% Plan leaders navigate Duke Student Government opposition
40 Percent Plan supporters are frustrated with what they see as an unwillingness of DSG leaders to communicate with them about the policy.
Abhi Sanka hopes to increase legislative dialogue as EVP
Sophomore Abhi Sanka is running uncontested for the position of executive vice president of Duke Student Government.
Duke admins, cyberbullying experts comment on CollegiateACB
Greater attention has been given to cyber harassment following The Chronicle's Feb. 14 profile on Lauren, the freshman adult film actress.
Trustees approve new tuition rates for 2014-15 academic year
The Board of Trustees approved a 3.9 percent increase in tuition for the 2014-15 academic year.
7 takeaways from the 40 Percent Plan 'Great Debate'
Missed Thursday's debate on the 40 Percent Plan? Check out The Chronicle's recap.
Arts and Sciences Council debates new course credit proposal
The Arts and Sciences Council is considering allowing students to fulfill their graduation course requirements with credits from online courses.
BOT journeys to Stanford for retreat
The Board of Trustees will convene in Palo Alto for its February meeting.
DSG elects judiciary chief and new justice
The Duke Student Government senate elected sophomore Max Schreiber new chief justice.
DKU receives $2 million donation to fund scholarships
An anonymous Chinese citizen donated $2 million to fund scholarships for Duke Kunshan University and establish Duke’s Talent Identification Program in China.
Arts and Sciences Council rethinks representation as Uni becomes more interdisciplinary
The Arts and Sciences Council plans to reconsider how each department is represented proportionally.
Independents look to enhance community under housing model
Independent houses are attempting to enhance their own sense of community under the new Duke housing model.
Sunder endeavors to foster student involvement with campus affairs
Sophomore Lavanya Sunder plans to encourage student involvement on-campus by promoting student-driven projects.
Judiciary, DSG locked in power struggle
The Judiciary is considered a branch of Duke Student Government – but this branch seems to be snapping off the tree during recent conflicts over the Judiciary’s expanded role.
Rence Nemeh draws upon cross-campus experiences in DSG platform
Junior Rence Nemeh plans to use his experience in “cross-campus student collaboration” experience to serve the Duke community as the next Duke Student Government president.
Graduate parking moved to Blue Zone
Some students at the School of Law, Sanford School of Public Policy and Fuqua Business School now have to walk a little further from their parking spots.
Unknown male enters room in Few
A room on the second floor of the Few Quadrangle was entered by an unknown male Tuesday morning.
Third floor Brown residents to get room access in near future
Third floor Brown residents could begin to move back into their rooms as soon as Monday.
DUSDAC to gather feedback before finalizing food trucks
As food trucks compete for a spot on campus, members of the Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee met Monday to discuss methods for getting student input on the issue.
40 Percent Plan campaign likened to Super PAC in DSG election
Duke Student Government elections are usually fought friendly. But back channel efforts to get candidates to support a piece of legislation hint of shady politics.
Will Giles strives to improve democracy and equality on campus
Will Giles aims to elicit campus-wide discussions with his election campaign, just as he has with his colorful sweater collection.
Alspaugh belongings fall victim to alleged kleptomaniac
Despite continued uncertainty, many students have expressed concerns about the existence of a kleptomaniac in Alspaugh Dormitory.