IFC nabs 234 recruits from pool of 499
As the three weeks of rush came to an end, brothers from the campus’ 15 Interfraternity Council fraternities gathered to distribute bids on East Campus to 297 students who received them throughout...
Central eatery pushed back until March 1
The opening of Mill Village has been delayed again, leaving Central Campus residents with few nearby food options for another month.
Dining initiative fosters reusability
Two weeks ago, Duke Dining Services first distributed 250 reusable clamshell containers to students, faculty and staff at The Great Hall
Thirty professors weighing early retirement package
About 20 to 30 professors will retire under the faculty retirement incentive, Provost Peter Lange estimated last week.
In trip to Haiti, team hopes to assuage locals’ medical needs
A Duke medical team will travel to Haiti today to support hospitals swelling with patients in the earthquake’s aftermath.
Council hears impact of K4 work on students
Students living in Edens and Keohane Quadrangles may begin to experience sleepless siestas in coming weeks.
Broken pipe cuts off water to Central
Water was cut off to parts of Central Campus Wednesday after a water main was damaged during construction on Mill Village.
DSG OKs SOFC reforms
Following a 50-minute special session with the Duke Student Government Executive Board Wednesday night, senators approved the recommendation of the Student Organization Finance Committee Reform...
Greek life, DUU presidency highlight Perret’s career
As a candidate for Young Trustee, senior Zach Perret hopes to bring new energy and a new perspective to Duke.
YT finalists face off in first debate
The three finalists for the undergraduate Young Trustee position participated in the first-ever Young Trustee public debate Tuesday night.
Duncan would advance career development as YT
Alethea Duncan believes she knows the issues that get to the heart of graduate student life.
K4 work will impact Edens first
As of Feb. 15, students living in Edens and Keohane Quadrangles should expect short power outages, noise disturbances and closed walkways.
Harpham seeks post to repay debt to Duke
As a candidate for undergraduate Young Trustee, senior John Harpham hopes to repay his “debt to Duke.”
Plans grow for new Keohane wing
The K4 housing project is finally being set in motion, and if all goes according to plan, the new residence hall will open by Fall 2011.
Clough aims to bridge gaps in Duke family
Adrienne Clough sees Duke as more than a community, but as a family to which she is proud to belong.
DUSDAC hears pitch for sushi eatery
At the Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee’s meeting Monday night, seniors Daniel Certner, Shaan Puri and Trevor Ragan presented their plans to open Wasabi, a quick-service sushi...
Gardner to lead Center for Financial Excellence
Seth Gardner, Trinity ’89, Law and Fuqua ’94, was appointed executive director of the center Monday, according to a Fuqua School of Business news release.
Goldstein to leverage DSG, debate experience
Chelsea Goldstein said her experiences and her campus involvement have prepared her to serve as an informed member of the Board of Trustees.
Duke to grant five honorary degrees at commencement
President Richard Brodhead announced Monday the five innovators in various fields who will receive honorary degrees at May 16 commencement exercises.
Block emphasizes 12 years of Duke experience in YT race
Jeremy Block, one of three finalists for graduate Young Trustee, is a seventh-year graduate student.
Freshmen robbed at gunpoint
Three freshmen were robbed at 1 a.m. Saturday morning in the Wachovia bank parking lot at the corner of Ninth and Main Streets.