DUSDAC considers Chai’s Noodle Bar and Bistro food truck
Members of the Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee sampled options from the Chai’s Noodle Bar and Bistro food truck as they consider adding it to the food truck line up for the...
Duke students remember victims of Typhoon Haiyan
Gathered beneath the rain in front of the chapel, a group of students participated in a candlelit vigil Sunday night to honor those devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.
DSG brings back Duke-Durham Discount Program starting 2014
Duke students can look forward to an incentive to exploring different dining venues in Durham.
Duke Hackathon attracts more than 500 students to work on real-world projects
Over 530 tech-minds, united by their ideas and a barista from Joe Vaughn Goh, spent 22 hours applying their skills to create real-world solutions at the DukeHack hackathon.
Faculty panel discusses for-credit online courses
The forum was a response to an April meeting of the Arts and Sciences Council that voted against a motion to adopt online courses for credit.
Duke researcher charged with sexual exploitation of a minor
Ebenstein is charged with seven accounts of second degree sexual exploitation of a minor and one account of third degree sexual exploitation of a minor.
College Board report shows steady rise in post-secondary tuition
College tuition is increasing more slowly now than it has in decades—but because of cutbacks in grants and aid, the net price of college education is not holding steady.
"Infiltrators" portrays walls between Palestine and Israel through film
Barriers between Palestine and Israel serve not to separate people physically, but rather to degrade the personage of Palestinians, said Nick Denes—co-director of the Palestine Film Foundation.
Duke alumnus integrates music into everyday life
Since graduating in 2000 from the Pratt School of Engineering, Ge Wang has been involved in the Princeton Laptop Orchestra, developed an audio programming language called ChucK and founded the...
Arts and Sciences Council presents DKU courses, discusses online education
The 17 Duke Kunshan University courses fall under the categories of physical and natural sciences, global health, social sciences and humanities.
Search committee to select new dean for the Nicholas School of the Environment
The current dean, William Chameides, announced in August that he would be stepping down at the end of the academic year.
Students sound off on registration process
Registering for classes was not without its hiccups this year.
Professors speculate on al Qaeda's online comeback and African breeding ground
Professors discussed the past, present and future of al Qaeda's presence in Africa during a panel Wednesday evening.
DSG to receive higher portion of student activities fee
The portion of the student activities fee that Duke Student Government receives for the 2014-15 school year will increase by $1.50 from this year’s $114.50.
Manela discusses FDR's vision for China as a global power
Erez Manela, a professor of history at Harvard University, discussed Franklin D. Roosevelt’s vision for China’s global role Wednesday.
Duke Culture Initiative presidents share vision for campus
Seniors Cara Peterson and Brianna Welch created the Duke Culture Initiative, a campus organization intended to increase dialogue and advocacy, at the end of last Spring and currently serve as its...
Duke Kunshan board has routine first meeting
The Duke Kunshan University Board of Trustees met in China for their inaugural meeting this week.
DSG prepares to reintroduce bike sharing program
Just months after the University disbanded the Duke Bikes loaner program, Duke Student Government is preparing to introduce a bike sharing program to campus.
The original Redditor discusses the Internet to students
The man who invented reddit wants everybody to follow their dreams.
Law students apply knowledge to help low-resource areas in the south
The School of Law encourages students to spring break in Miami and New Orleans.
GPSC board member elected to national graduate school organization
Yadav announced that Shanna Lehrman, a GPSC Executive Board member, was elected as chair of the Legislative Concerns Committee of the National Association of Graduate and Professional Students.
Campus religious leaders discuss mental health and perfection
A panel comprised of campus religious leaders and medical experts discussed the connections between faith and mental well-being at an event Tuesday evening.
Duke Campus Farm worried about impacts of FDA act
Farmers and consumers both local and nationwide are voicing concerns over the upcoming implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act
Early decision applications up by 26 percent
The number of early decisions applicants rose 26 percent from last year, according to a press release from Duke News.
DUSDAC considers new food trucks and lunch locations
Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee met Monday evening to discuss updates on Duke’s dining services, covering topics from Merchants-on-Points to the next semester’s tax surcharge.