Winter weather advisory in effect until noon
A winter weather advisory is in effect until noon Tuesday.
Duke Kunshan application deadlines extended
Potential members of Duke Kunshan University’s inaugural class, which will arrive on the campus this Fall, have a few extra weeks to submit applications.
Jetsetter alum Ryan Brown headed to Asia as Luce Scholar
Ryan Brown, Trinity '11, was announced as one of 18 winners of the Luce Scholarship for 2014-2015.
Senior Becky DeNardis remembered for inquisitive nature and kind disposition
Senior Rebecca DeNardis leaves behind a legacy of remarkable dedication and kindness toward others.
Man charged in accident killing senior Rebecca DeNardis, injuring others
The driver who struck a van of Duke students returning from spring break—killing senior Rebecca DeNardis and seriously injuring another student—has been charged with drunk driving.
U.S News and World Report releases graduate school rankings
U.S. News and World Report released its 2014 Best Graduate Schools Rankings Tuesday.
Duke collaborates to advise low-income high schoolers
Duke recently partnered with the College Advising Corps in an effort to provide college advising to underprivileged students.
Arts and Sciences Council mulls innovation and entrepreneurship certificate
If approved, a new certificate program will provide opportunities for undergraduates interested in entrepreneurship.
Dillon Francis to headline LDOC
Dillon Francis will bring moombahton to Duke as the headliner for this years Last Day of Classes this year.
DSG allocates approximately $35,000 to student organization events
Duke Student Government Senate focused its Wednesday meeting on funding, chartering and dechartering student organizations.
West Duke closed for remainder of semester
Students, faculty and administrators are displaced for the rest of the semester because of the collapsed ceiling in the West Duke building.
Celebrate Our Bodies Week sparks dialogue on eating disorders
Campaigns promoting awareness about eating disorders have sparked discussions within the Duke community regarding how to best address the issue.
Lavanya Sunder elected DSG president; 40 Percent Plan voted down
Sophomore Lavanya Sunder will be the Duke Student Government president for the 2014-15 academic year.
Junior Rence Nemeh drops out of DSG race
Junior Rence Nemeh is not on the Duke Student Government election ballot today.
SOFC chair explores future of the position
For the first time, the chair of the Student Organization Funding Committee will be elected by the undergraduate student body.
Board of Trustees approve tuition hike and West Union funds
The Board of Trustees convened in Palo Alto this weekend to elect a new provost, approve tuition rates for the 2014-15 academic year and tour Stanford University's campus, among other items.
Sally Kornbluth to follow Peter Lange as new provost
Sally Kornbluth, James B. Duke Professor of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology, will succeed Provost Peter Lange as the new provost.
UPDATED: Afternoon classes cancelled
For the fifth time this semester, classes were canceled Monday due to a severe weather policy.
40% Plan leaders navigate Duke Student Government opposition
40 Percent Plan supporters are frustrated with what they see as an unwillingness of DSG leaders to communicate with them about the policy.
Abhi Sanka hopes to increase legislative dialogue as EVP
Sophomore Abhi Sanka is running uncontested for the position of executive vice president of Duke Student Government.
Duke admins, cyberbullying experts comment on CollegiateACB
Greater attention has been given to cyber harassment following The Chronicle's Feb. 14 profile on Lauren, the freshman adult film actress.
Trustees approve new tuition rates for 2014-15 academic year
The Board of Trustees approved a 3.9 percent increase in tuition for the 2014-15 academic year.
7 takeaways from the 40 Percent Plan 'Great Debate'
Missed Thursday's debate on the 40 Percent Plan? Check out The Chronicle's recap.
Arts and Sciences Council debates new course credit proposal
The Arts and Sciences Council is considering allowing students to fulfill their graduation course requirements with credits from online courses.