Duke preps for house model's second year
As students finish filling out next year’s housing applications, the University is looking back on the first year of the house model to make changes for the future.
Duke Black Student Alliance turns efforts toward internal development
The Black Student Alliance, one of the oldest student groups on campus, is refocusing its goals this year.
Duke suspends Kappa Sigma based on 'other issues'
The Eta Prime chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity has been suspended by both its national organization and by Duke.
Chris Brown elected Duke undergraduate Young Trustee
An instant runoff vote between Brown and Bhutani determined the winner
Duke Kunshan University delayed again, following communication and funding problems
Poor management and insufficient funding contributed to major construction problems that have caused the fifth significant delay of opening in three years.
Duke classes among those eligible for Coursera credit
Students from other universities may have the opportunity to receive credit for two Duke Coursera courses.
Duke YT candidate Chris Marsicano aims to 'speak up' for grad student needs
Marsicano says he would give back to Duke by serving as a voice for his peers.
Duke grad student Katherine Duch wants to lead higher education as Young Trustee
Kate Duch studies higher education as a doctoral student, and now she hopes to guide the future of the University as a Graduate Young Trustee.
Duke Student Government proposes legislation to counteract voter ID laws
Impending changes in North Carolina voting policies prompted Duke Student Government legislation to assist students and staff at the polls.
Duke student protestors demand 'apology of action'
Hundreds of students demanded active reparations from Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Students call for change at protest against Kappa Sigma party
At 1 p.m. on Wednesday students protested at the West Campus bus stop in response to the international-themed Kappa Sigma party that was held last week.
Whole Foods CEO lauds business as means for social change
If students want to change the world, they must discover what is most meaningful to them and follow that passion, Whole Foods co-CEO Walter Robb said at the Fuqua School of Business Tuesday afternoon.
UPDATE: 'Asia' party lands KSig in hot water
A theme party held Friday by Kappa Sigma fraternity has drawn major backlash from the Asian community and others at the University and online.
Duke Honor Council tries to bolster positivity with #DukeEncourage
Honor Council’s newest hashtag campaign works to remind all students of their worth, potential and individuality—#DukeEncourage.
Andrew Barnhill draws inspiration from Sanford in Young Trustee campaign
Graduate Young Trustee finalist Andrew Barnhill said he has “outrageous ambitions” for the University.
Chris Brown emphasizes Board experience in Young Trustee race
Experience matters for a Young Trustee, and senior Chris Brown argues that his three years working alongside the Board of Trustees give him what the role requires.
Bill Boulding to continue as Fuqua dean
Boulding, current dean of the Fuqua School of Business, has been selected to serve a full term.
Duke Kappa Sigma party ignites firestorm of criticism
A theme party held Friday has drawn major backlash from the Asian community and others at the University.
Duke students invest their own money to join Campus Enterprises
Any student who has ordered food online or had their laundry delivered can thank Campus Enterprises.
Mike Daisey muses on truth, storytelling at Duke
Controversial performer Mike Daisey challenged the distinction between theater and journalism in a visit to Duke.
Duke undergrad YT finalist Gurdane Bhutani highlights prior policy work
Gurdane Bhutani wants to build on previous campus policy successes as Young Trustee to promote innovation for Duke’s future.
Duke undergrad YT finalist Ashley Alman touts diverse campus experiences
Alman says she has amassed a variety of perspectives that help her to understand and convey the Duke undergraduate experience.
Colleges begin evaluating applicants through alternative measures
Quantitative evaluations are now making room for “noncognitive” measures for evaluating prospective students.
Duke students flock to Europe for study abroad
The numbers show European countries remain the primary destination for Duke students studying abroad.
DSG emergency funds halved to pay for Common Ground
Duke Student Government approved funding for Common Ground with less than a month remaining before the retreat.