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.
Tenting kickoff parties called off
Cameron Crazies may be prepared to face any force of nature during tenting, but this weekend proved that snow won’t be one of those challenges.
Snowstorm slams Duke
A burst of uncharacteristically cold weather blanketed Duke and the surrounding area Friday with 6 inches of snow, turning the Gothic Wonderland into a winter wonderland. Both the University and...
Sound-off: Weekend winter wonderland
Whether they spent their weekend staying warm indoors or frolicking in the flakes, The Chronicle's Lindsey Rupp asked students how they enjoyed the snow.
Meet the graduate Young Trustee finalists
Meet the three graduate Young Trustee finalists who were announced Sunday night.
Women's Housing Option builds community, culture on West
Next Fall, upperclassmen women may be eligible to live in two new residential communities on campus—the Women’s Housing Option and the Panhellenic Association’s space on Central Campus.
Administrators, students grapple with dining deficit
Administrators and students involved in rethinking Duke Dining have said little about their negotiations to reduce the deficit.
Meet the Young Trustee Finalists
The Young Trustee Nominating Committee named three finalists Thursday evening. The Young Trustee will be elected Feb. 9 by the student body.
Preliminary work on K4 to start in 2 weeks
The University will soon begin preliminary work on the site of the proposed fourth building of Keohane Quadrangle.
Council allots $5K for library party
The Duke Partnership for Service presented the budget for the The Benefit—the annual library party—at Campus Council’s weekly meeting Thursday.
Admins look to revamp QS code in curriculum
A Trinity College committee is reviewing the Quantitative Studies requirement to refine its meaning a decade after the debut of Curriculum 2000.
Sound-off: State of the Union
President Barack Obama delivered his first State of the Union address Wednesday night, touching on issues ranging from job creation to energy policy to health care reform.
Groups may share SOFC funds in trial run next year
Duke Student Government Treasurer Sam Halls presented senators with the results of the Student Organization Finance Committee Reform Commission at the DSG meeting Wednesday night.
Law school launches entrepreneur masters program
Next year, the School of Law will help students navigate the world of entrepreneurship with a new masters program.
Divinity dean to take post as Duke senior adviser
On March 1, Divinity School Dean Gregory Jones will take his new post as Duke’s senior adviser for international strategy.
Tenting kick-off party finalized
Duke University Union is preparing to make blue tenting kick-off an experience to remember.
DUPD ends inquiry into assault case
An investigation following the report of a strong-armed robbery and sexual assault that took place on West Campus last November is no longer being actively pursued by the Duke University Police...
GPSC looks to pass new strategic plan in April
The Graduate and Professional Student Council meeting was fraught with tension as students negotiated the development of a new strategic plan.
YT candidates have ties to DSG, ICC
Six of the seven semifinalists have ties to Duke Student Government or the former Inter-Community Council, now known as the Council for Collaborative Action, and four are leaders of student...
DUSDAC evaluates Panda, Tommy’s, Great Hall
The Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee began its meeting Monday night with one objective: to try something new.
Seven selected as Young Trustee semifinalists
The Young Trustee Nominating Committee named seven semifinalists Sunday afternoon. The committee could have selected up to eight semifinalists, but could not agree on an eighth person from the 15...
Long-term investments grow 8.4% to $6.47 billion
After suffering substantial losses, the University’s investments have started to gain ground. As of Dec. 31, the University’s long-term pool of investments was valued at $6.47 billion, up 8.4...
Students team up to help Haiti
The aftershocks have ceased crumbling Haitian buildings, and the Duke community has jumped at the opportunity to help.
Duke finalizes China expansion plans
University administrators capped off a week-long visit to China Friday by breaking ground at the site of Duke’s new campus in the city of Kunshan.
Panhel sororities give out 311 bids
In a return to pre-2009 numbers, the nine Panhellenic Association sororities offered bids to 311 women Sunday—51 more than last year.