Nasher announces new curator of modern art
The Nasher Museum of Art announced Marshall Price as the new curator of modern and contemporary art.
Bill Hunt chosen as grad Young Trustee finalist
English doctoral candidate Bill Hunt said he would better the University's student environment for his peers as a graduate young trustee.
Hannah Ward chosen as student preacher
Senior Hannah Ward will give this year's student preacher sermon at Duke Chapel, according to a Duke News press release.
Conference explores Islam in new media
Experts on a range of topics from Egyptian Youtube sermons to Nigerian urban culture to interdisciplinary work gathered in Rubenstein Hall Friday.
Carleigh Stiehm elected Chronicle editor
The Chronicle staff elected sophomore Carleigh Stiehm to serve as editor-in-chief of its 110th volume.
Grad YT Duch explains BoT role
Katherine Duch discusses her experiences as a graduate Young Trustee.
UPDATE: Man arrested in connection with assault
Michael Andrews of New Palestine, Ind., the suspect charged with one count of misdemeanor sexual battery, was arrested in Charleston, S.C., according to Duke News.
In past decade, Duke sees fewer Rhodes Scholars
Duke has been sending fewer students to Rhodes Scholarships in recent years.
Faculty forum opened to discuss online courses
To continue the ongoing discussion about for-credit online classes, an online forum for faculty opened Monday.
Senior Neil Kondamuri chosen as Young Trustee
Senior Neil Kondamuri was elected undergraduate Young Trustee after a race against fellow seniors Jacob Tobia and Kat Zhang. Kondamuri beat Tobia by 12 votes.
DUPD investigate assault on West Campus
An unnamed individual was assaulted by an unknown suspect on an outdoor stairway between Few and Keohane Quad, according to a Duke Alert sent at 4:13 PM.
Rickards' legacy lives on through 'Loyal Readers'
More than two years ago, Ed Rickards said he would continue blogging about Duke until he was no longer able.
Grad Young Trustee selection a "gentlewoman's agreement"
The Graduate and Professional Student Council has heavy influence over the election of the graduate Young Trustee.
DSG senators propose compromise to 40 Percent Plan
The Duke Student Government presented an alternative to the 40 Percent Plan for allocating student annual activities fees.
Rickards, of Duke Check, dies Wednesday afternoon
Ed Rickards, the author of Duke Check—a blog that comments on Duke's affairs and its administrators—died at 1 p.m. Wednesday due to renal failure.
Divinity School professor to lead five-year dialogue between Baptists and Methodists
Starting in Alabama, a professor from the Divinity School will kick off a five-year series of talks between Baptists and Methodists.
Bass Connections discussion notes benefits of project-based learning
Project-based learning can have significant advantages in the public education system.
Kat Zhang hopes to reshape future of higher ed at Duke
Senior Kat Zhang hopes to help reshape the face of liberal arts as Young Trustee.
New Connection Bar helps researchers across different discipline
When it comes to providing in-depth data analysis, a newly-established help desk is raising the bar.
DUSDAC mulls Deli-icious for food truck rotation
The Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee deliberated further Monday on which of next year's food truck options will be the most palatable to students.
New initiative unites feminist activists across shades of blue
A new multi-campus initiative is working to connect and empower active feminist leaders from Duke and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Student stays at Duke despite illness
Between work, sports and environmental science classes, sophomore Sarah Stanczyk can barely find the time to deal with her latest challenge: chemotherapy.
Jacob Tobia wants to amplify voice of student body as Young Trustee
In his campaign for Young Trustee, senior Jacob Tobia wants to strengthen the voice of the student body.
Neil Kondamuri emphasizes breadth of experience in Young Trustee race
In his campaign for Young Trustee, senior Neil Kondamuri is emphasizing the breadth of his Duke experience.
Microsoft Office 365 officially replaces Duke Webmail
The University will switch exclusively to a new e-mail platform starting Monday.
Education professor sparks conversation on representation of Latino faculty
In light of MOOCs, intellectual property policy remains flexible
Activist Gloria Steinem says 'we are linked, not ranked'
Duke alumni recall violent encounter with KC shooter years ago
Two juniors announced as Truman Scholars