Trustee to lead push for entrepreneurship
Duke Trustee Kimberly Jenkins will lead a new campus initiative to promote entrepreneurship and enable students to market products beyond the University.
Coach K Leadership Conference promotes respect, humility
Those who are the best at what they do want the respect of the world, but the best should also respect the world, men’s basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski told a room of some of the world’s most...
Senate votes to amend YT bylaws
After two and a half hours of debate that ended with a tabling of the discussion, Duke Student Government passed several amendments to the Young Trustee campaign bylaws.
Woodward urges government transparency
In a speech before an overflowing crowd in the Sanford School of Public Policy Wednesday, Woodward said it was a simple drive to explain what happened that led him through the legendary reporting...
Group looks to rebrand Joe College
At its meeting Tuesday night, the Duke University Union outlined ideas to reinvent Joe College Day as a celebration of the first week of classes.
Q&A with Chloe Rockow
The Chronicle’s Sarah Zuk sat down with Rockow to discuss Quidditch in the “muggle world” and the team’s plans for the future.
DUPD releases sketch of suspect in Jarvis robbery
The Duke University Police Department released a composite sketch Monday of the man who attempted to rob a female student Oct. 9 near Jarvis Dormitory on East Campus.
RLHS will consider new living options
The house model is not the only residential reform in Duke’s near future: RoomPicks may offer gender-neutral and coed housing options as soon as 2011.
Plate & Pitchfork adds new menu options
Plate & Pitchfork revamped its menu in an effort to attract more students to the restaurant, adding 10 new items to its menu.
Mayer discusses CIA interrogation tactics
Prize-winning investigative journalist Jane Mayer spoke in the Sanford School of Public Policy Monday night about covering the war on terror.
DUMC prof to lead High Point school
Daniel Erb, director of graduate studies and associate professor at Duke University Medical Center, will leave Duke to become dean of High Point University’s new School of Health Sciences.
Senior dies Sat. after ‘tragic fall’
Senior Drew Everson died Saturday night after sustaining severe head and body trauma from an accidental fall.
Soundoff: Parents' Weekend
Visitors came from across the country and around the world for Parents’ and Family Weekend.
College profs eschew final exams for alternatives
What many students consider to be the most frightening aspect of college courses—cumulative final exams—may be vanishing at many of the nation’s universities.
New ordering process could save $30M
Faced with shrinking budgets, universities nationwide are looking for creative methods to cut costs. To save money at Duke—up to $30 million—administrators plan to consolidate the process for...
Group approves gender-neutral and coed housing
The glass ceiling has finally been broken, at least in terms of Duke’s residential life.
Panel examines sports ethics, gamesmanship
Just in time for the start of basketball season, panelists at the Kenan Institute for Ethics’ “Bending the Rules: Gamesmanship in Sports” event discussed how high-stakes competition can encourage...
Arts Festival to showcase student work over next two weeks
An expanded, two-week Duke Arts Festival will begin today in an effort by students, administration and alumni to make arts more visible on campus.
Admins give overview of Uni budget
University officials provided a detailed presentation to faculty members Thursday regarding the underlying processes and structure of Duke’s budget.
Duke grad encourages start-ups
For students who have a concept for a business but no idea how to start it, a recent Duke alum has some advice.
Woodward to speak in Sanford next week
Bob Woodward, the legendary journalist whose reporting on the Watergate scandal won him a Pulitzer Prize and ended a presidency, will speak at Duke next week.
New committees to look at intellectual climate
In an attempt to redefine the University’s academic environment, Duke Student Government established two student-led committees to examine Duke’s intellectual climate and curriculum.
Shea details experiences in disaster relief
Relief efforts for the recent floods in Pakistan were hindered by cultural barriers, according to a disaster response specialist.
Lawyer: Irons will fight rape allegations
Eric Irons, a former Trinity sophomore, claims he is innocent of rape charges and plans to face the allegations in district court Nov. 9, his attorney said.
Business leader speaks on social action
The scope of “social action” is widening, according to Jonathan Tisch, who discussed the need for engagement and corporate responsibility Tuesday afternoon.
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