New eatery garners positive reviews
The new Central Campus eatery, Devil’s Bistro, is going strong—serving approximately 1,320 meals since its opening Friday, said Director of Dining Services Jim Wulforst.
New director ‘not just an army guy’
Alex Perwich likes to be clear that he has no bias when it comes to the Tobacco Road rivalry.
New recreation dept. to improve programming
Students looking for ways to get active outside of varsity sports will have new options, thanks to the Duke Department of Campus Recreation.
South African cleric shares stories from apartheid
Archbishop Walter Paul Khotso Makhulu brought insights on leadership and faith to a conversation in the Divinity School Friday afternoon.
Bhutani aims to solve problems
Freshman Gurdane Bhutani was never involved in student government during high school, but when he came to Duke, he saw problems he wanted to help address.
13 DSG candidates disqualified
Since campaigning for the second round of Duke Student Government elections began last week, campus has seen an increase in flyers and Facebook groups advertising students seeking Senate, vice...
Devil’s Bistro opens on Central
The long-awaited Devil’s Bistro restaurant and Mill Village on Central Campus is finally open after months of construction and delays.
Walker’s legacy marked by faith, physics intellect
William Walker, James B. Duke professor emeritus of physics, passed away Thursday morning at the Duke Home Care and Hospice, after a nearly 20-year battle with skin cancer. He was 86 years old.
Group OKs 3 new degree programs
The council unanimously approved a new biophysics major, financial economics minor and concentration for the economics major, as well as an East Asian studies certificate.
Horton examines mistreatment in Guantánamo:
Scott Horton, admitted jokingly, that he is no Al Gore. But those who attended his talk Thursday knew they had stepped into the right room.
Council reflects on year, renews focus on Edens
At their meeting Thursday, members of Campus Council reflected on accomplishments of the past year and looked to the future.
Chafe awarded Rosenzweig honor
The Organization of American Historians selected William Chafe, Alice Mary Baldwin professor of history, to receive the 2010 Roy Rosenzweig Distinguished Service Award. The honor recognizes...
Danesh to focus on long-term projects
This year is Kaveh Danesh’s first year as an academic affairs senator, but he doesn’t want it to be his last in DSG.
Lane touts climate change as ‘a national priority’
Climate change was a hot topic on Duke’s campus Thursday evening.
Gore: Climate change a ‘moral issue’
Despite leaving public office in 2001, Al Gore still knows how to work a crowd. Although Gore opened his speech with a few humorous stories from his political career, he spent most of his talk...
Conference explores race, honors Franklin’s legacy
In the memory of former Duke professor and acclaimed historian John Hope Franklin, experts on race from across the country have gathered on Duke’s campus for a three-day event titled “From Slavery...
LDOC budget hits a lower note
The Last Day of Classes may have a budget that is “down like the economy,” but the committee is still trying to make it a day to remember.
Programming fund to triple under new SOFC policy
Some student groups will see major changes when they receive their annual budgets for next academic year.
Hail to the champions
Students and community members packed Cameron Indoor Stadium Tuesday afternoon to welcome home the men’s basketball team from its victory in Indianapolis, Ind. Whether they traveled from down the...
Celebrations leave eateries damaged
Campus restaurants reported damages from students celebrating the men’s basketball team’s NCAA Championship victory, costing owners thousands of dollars.
Duke stores cash in on NCAA gear
In her four years on campus, senior Suzie Schenkel has never bought a Duke T-shirt. But after Duke won its fourth NCAA Tournament Championship, she decided the occasion warranted a purchase.
Group elects executive board for next year
The Graduate and Professional Student Council elected new officers to its executive board in a three-hour meeting Tuesday night.
Campus erupts in victorious celebration
A one-point lead with 3.6 seconds left was good enough for thousands of Duke fans to storm Cameron’s court Monday night. One successful free throw later, the 4,500 spectators in Cameron erupted in...
DUSDAC adds five members
The Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee selected five new members to serve on next year’s board at its meeting Monday night.
Crazies, admins gear up for celebration
As the men’s basketball team gets ready to take on Butler University in the NCAA Tournament Championship in Indianapolis, back on campus Duke students and administrators are making their own...