Three grad Young Trustee finalists selected
Three graduate student young trustee finalists were selected from a pool of 20-30 applicants.
Div and med schools ask tough questions with TMC initiative
Duke’s Theology, Medicine and Culture initiative pursues previously ignored questions, linking the divinity and medical schools.
Duke University Press launches e-book platform
Duke University Press has teamed up with HighWire Press to launch a new e-book platform that consolidates its journals and more than 1,600 e-book titles.
Latino faculty numbers remain low, 10 years after Faculty Diversity Initiative
Although the Faculty Diversity Initiative has increased the numbers of black faculty and female faculty in the past 10 years, the percentage of Latino faculty remains low.
Selective Living Groups extend over 250 bids
Sixteen different selective living groups extended over 250 bids after completing a three-week rush process.
Young Trustee Chris Brown shares his experiences with the Board of Trustees.
Chris Brown, Trinity '13, was elected in February as undergraduate Young Trustee, a position that allows a student to sit on the Board of Trustees for three years.
Returned Library Party to channel cabaret
After a one-year hiatus, the annual library party will be held Feb. 21 despite ongoing renovations to Perkins and Rubenstein Libraries.
DUSDAC members sample gluten-free Vietnamese food truck
The Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee sampled Bang Bang Banh Mi, a gluten-free Vietnamese food truck, on Monday evening.
Pre-health students can study abroad, with planning
Despite a long list of required pre-health courses, many students seeking a career in medicine are able to enjoy study abroad experiences.
TIME's Thirty under Thirty Brittany Wenger talks research, Duke experience
Brittany Wenger—a Duke freshman and Angier B. Duke scholar—was recently named one of TIME magazine’s Thirty Under Thirty people who are changing the world with their ideas.
Faculty debate over master's programs reignites with new concerns
History repeated itself at an Academic Council meeting November 2013, when proposals for new master's degrees reignited a debate from 2010.
Timothy Tyson sheds light on his novel
Dr. Timothy Tyson's novel, "Blood Done Sign My Name," was selected as the required reading for the Divinity School's Project BRIDDDGE.
NPHC launches first spring week
For the first time, the National Pan-Hellenic Council, representing historically black fraternities and sororities, is offering a Spring Week to increase its visibility on campus due to its...
Renovated Gross Hall officially renamed at dedication ceremony
The former Gross Chemistry building was officially renamed the Gross Hall for Interdisciplinary Innovation at a dedication ceremony Thursday.
Benning pursues running despite DSG bylaw preventing write-ins
Under Duke Student Government bylaws, however, write-in candidates are not allowed.
Sunder lists most popular and outrageous Fix My Campus request from the Fall
A year after its secondary launch, Fix My Campus is striving to connect student concerns with administrative offices.
Online evaluations run smoothly in Fall semester debut
Online course evaluations launched smoothly at the end of Fall semester.
DSG approves resolution to rename Aycock residence hall
The Duke Student Government senate adopted a resolution to support the renaming of Aycock residence hall.
Students choosing to graduate early increases in past few years
The total number of students choosing to graduate a semester early has increased by 30 percent since 2010.
Nicole Lee fields questions on personal history, TransAfrica
Lee is a human rights lawyer who has been called to advise national foreign policy decisions regarding Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Benning to campaign as write-in candidate for Young Trustee
Senior Marcus Benning, president of Black Student Alliance and semi-finalist for undergraduate Young Trustee, unveiled a three-point course of action for running as a write-in candidate after not...
"You Don't Say" organizers explain campaign motivations
The Chronicle takes a behind-the-scenes look at the "You Don't Say" campaign launched Monday.
WHO Speaks campaign spotlights rape culture
The WHO Speaks campaign has returned to campus with a new mission.
Chapel commissions ceiling and window restorations
Outdated building methods used in constructing the Chapel, have led administrators to hire a skilled team to restore the ceiling of the 82-year-old icon at the heart of campus.
Greek Devil replaces Au Bon Pain cart
The Greek Devil replaced the Au Bon Pain food cart in a change that took effect following winter break.