Students led the charge on desegregation
As early as 1953, 10 years before the first black undergraduates came to campus, the student body voted in favor of admitting students of all races, original documents from the time period show.
Bob Dylan connects religion and pop culture
Students, faculty and community members were knocking on heaven's door in Goodson Chapel Thursday evening.
50th anniversary shows strides made, potential that lies ahead
Duke's yearlong celebration of the 50th anniversary of undergraduate desegregation comes to an end this weekend.
Alexander Hamilton Society hosts event on cyber warfare
Two experts sparred words Thursday at the Sanford School of Public Policy on whether computer hacking can be considered a form of warfare.
Divinity School looks to battle depression
A study conducted by the Clergy Health Initiative found that pastors are at a much higher risk for depression than the general population.
Law School society bridges sports and entertainment law
Members of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society share a passion for exploring the intersection between athletics and the law.
DSG discusses changes to basketball walk-up line policy
The walk-up line policy has been amended to include hurricanes and imminent danger to the situations of grace.
DukeOpen members target Allen Building in latest demonstration
Student group DukeOpen continued to protest for endowment transparency Wednesday, hanging a banner reading “Transparency Now” in front of the Allen Building.
Tony Wang discusses experience in joint-degree program
The Chronicle’s Tim Bai interviewed Tony Wang, a fourth year JD/MBA student graduating this year, to discuss his experiences in a joint-degree program.
Professors honor Seamus Heaney at poetry reading
Community members gathered to honor the late poet Seamus Heaney with a reading of his works in Goodsen Chapel Tuesday afternoon.
BME students explore life on $2 a day
Students participating in an annual biomedical engineering project were required to limit their spending to $14 per week.
DukeOpen wraps statues to promote endowment transparency
The two-fold approach began shortly after 11:00 a.m. Tuesday morning and simultaneously covered the statues of James B. Duke and Benjamin Duke.
GPSC discusses Board of Trustees' role in student life
This year the Board will be looking extensively at the Divinity School, Riddell said.
Center for Multicultural Affairs holds talk on Latino, Latin American students
The Center for Multicultural Affairs held a discussion on the cultural gap between Latino and Latin American students Monday.
Food Factory extends operating hours to offer breakfast during the week
Central Campus eatery Food Factory now serves up breakfast during the week.
Locopops' business melts away
Food cart sales have nearly frozen over as a result of location changes in anticipation of West Union renovations.
DUSDAC makes recommendations to improve dining experience
The Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee met Monday night to address student dining concerns prompted by recent changes on campus.
Students and alumni comment on homecoming weekend
The Chronicle’s Annie Straneva spoke with visiting alumni, students and others about their thoughts on the annual Homecoming festivities this weekend.
Revived student group advocates for worker rights
After several years on hiatus, United Students Against Sweatshops has returned to Duke with a new mission.
Brownell outlines his vision for Sanford
Students and alumni had an informal conversation with Kelly Brownell, dean of the Sanford School of Public Policy, Friday evening.
Alumni, students comment on Duke experience at the Grad. School reception
The Chronicle's caught up with alumni and students from the Graduate School to find out what kinds of changes they've noticed at the University.
Homecoming attracts Dukies of all ages
Krzyzewskiville and Wilson gym were transformed into a party venue for the President Brodhead's Homecoming Dance on Friday Evening.
Students and alumni sound off on BSA Throwdown
The Black Student Alliance hosted a Homecoming Throwdown to commemorate the 50th anniversary of black students attending Duke.
Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity opens doors to alumni
The Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity held its grand opening on Sept. 27, welcoming alumni, students and administrators alike.
Students comment on Duke's Oktoberfest
Duke University Union started off homecoming weekend with Oktoberfest, a new annual event that brought the traditional 17-day German festival to chapel quad Friday evening.