Nowicki offers financial aid project
At Duke Student Government’s meeting Wednesday night, Steve Nowicki, dean and vice provost of undergraduate education, announced the Socioeconomic Diversity Initiative, which aims to garner student...
DUU launches ‘Football Fest’
At their meeting Tuesday night, Duke University Union members announced the launch of the Bull City Football Fest Sept. 24
New neuroscience major gains popularity
Academic administrators hope that students with an intimate interest in the brain have found their niche with the new neuroscience major.
University lifts Madagascar travel ban
Junior Kara Leimberger embarked Monday on an uncommon journey to Madagascar, a country which until last Thursday was on the Restricted Regions List.
DUSDAC adds Mad Hatters to MOP
A week after adding Nosh to Merchants on Points, the Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee decided to bring another eatery into the program at its Monday night meeting.
Purple kicks off social activism week with a purpose
Purple, a new non-profit student organization that seeks to raise awareness about various social issues, will celebrate the week with events that make students aware of one social problem per day.
Tailgate’s ‘organized chaos’ seen as success
The verdict is in. After the season’s first Tailgate Saturday under new guidelines, both Duke Student Government and the Duke University Police Department have determined the event was a “success.”
Two to run for Young Trustee special secretary
Students voting in the Fall 2009 Duke Student Government Senate elections next Monday will also be electing a student to a new position-special secretary to the Young Trustee. Only two juniors,...
A veritable explosion of colors and images, Cuban Revolution’s menu is more than a bit overwhelming.
DUU looks to up member involvement
At its second meeting of the year Tuesday, leaders of the Duke University Union brainstormed strategies to get new members involved in more than one committee and take initiative immediately. DUU...
DukeMobile adds DukeCard access
Need to know on-the-go exactly how low you’re running on food points? Programmers for DukeMobile, a free mobile application for iPhones and iPod Touches, said they just may be able to help.
Judge OKs Pressler’s slander suit
A North Carolina appeals court ruled Tuesday that former men’s lacrosse coach Mike Pressler can continue with a lawsuit against the University.
GPSC discusses campout rules
Members learned about parliamentary procedure and the structure of the council. They were also asked to sign up for one of GPSC’s committees, which deal with matters ranging from student life and...
New Muslim Center centralizes Ramadan celebrations
The Islamic holiday of Ramadan has arrived as it does every year, but with one important addition—Muslims on campus can finally celebrate it in a space of their own.
Students crowd ‘The Hub’ for tickets
With an eye to spurring student activity in Durham, the Office of Student Activities and Facilities officially unveiled The Hub, a new source of discounted tickets and gift cards for Duke students.
100 convene for first MMS orientation
Orientation is a bit more serious for students in the new Master of Management Studies: Foundations of Business program than it was for the freshmen who arrived at Duke two weeks ago.
Nosh added to MOP program
Nosh, an eclectic local eatery located on Erwin Road, will now join the ever-growing selection of vendors for the Merchants on Points program. Student committee members voted unanimously to add...
REVENGE OF THE NERDS
Over the next hour, Iglesias and his roommate, junior Andrew First, mention the tea several times, commenting on the mechanics of their various steeping systems or the merits of red versus green...
WHAT'S G? G is the center of the defense's attention. G is "Double him and make him go left." G is the center of the crowd's attention. G is "I might see something I've never seen before tonight."...