Where in the world is DKU?

The grand opening of Duke Kunshan University this week marked the official culmination of the five years that have been spent on planning, preparation and debate for the school

Students report additional registration glitches, with windows open early

Reports of glitches in the registration process began rolling in from students shortly after midnight Thursday morning.

Aer performs at the End Zone concert Wednesday night in Keohane Amphitheater.

Pre-game festivities aim to ramp up football attendance

Game attendance has seen a decline since 3,100 students filled Wallace Wade Stadium to watch the Aug. 30 game against Elon University.

The thesis process: varied and growing

As the number of Graduation with Distinction students has increased, so has the variety of GWD programs across majors.

The Fuqua School of Business is now ranked first by Bloomberg.

Fuqua jumps to number one in Bloomberg rankings

The highest Fuqua ranked before this year in Bloomberg’s biennial MBA rankings was number five in 2000.

New life as a Blue Devil, Part III

This study of freshman life combines visual scenes from East Campus as well as the purest forms of social media expression: excerpts from the infamous "anonymous Twitter," Yik Yak.

DSG passes resolution in support of DSGRU study methods

The Duke Student Government Research Unit will tackle questions regarding academics, residential life, social culture and more in their first year.

For semi-pro basketball team, 'sky is the limit'

If someone watched them practice, they might be mistaken for a Division I basketball team.

For semi-pro basketball team, 'sky is the limit'

If someone watched them practice, they might be mistaken for a Division I basketball team.

Although unfinished, DKU offers positive first semester

Students studying at Duke Kunshan University in its inaugural semester have largely reported a positive classroom and residential experience, though the incomplete nature of the campus has limited...

Divest Duke held a rally in front of the Allen Building to call on the University to divest from fossil fuels last year.

Faculty, students talk merits of fossil fuel divestment

As Duke continues in its efforts toward sustainability, some members of the community are raising questions surrounding University investments in fossil fuels.

Patton to become president of Middlebury College

Laurie Patton, dean of the Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, is leaving Duke to become president of Middlebury College.

Pulitzer-prize winning poet cancels visit due to death of family friend

Kushner, a playwright and screenwriter who received a National Medal of Arts from President Barack Obama in 2013, was scheduled to speak in the Sanford School of Public Policy at 5:30 p.m. Monday.

Do or donut: Dunkin' and Monuts on the table for MOP

New potential candidates for the Merchants-on-Points programs were revealed at the Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee’s final meeting prior to Thanksgiving Break.

Duke employee arrested for embezzling $8,000

The employee, Christina Kelly, is accused of making $8,120 in unauthorized charges to her Duke Bank of America procurement card from 2012 to 2014.

President Brodhead, along with Administrators from Wuhan University and Duke Kunshan University, stand united at the second day of the grand opening of Duke's campus in China.

'Integration of East and West': DKU marks grand opening

Leaders from Duke, Wuhan University and the municipal government of Kunshan discussed the impact of Duke Kunshan University on the future of Sino-American relations during the second day of DKU's...

President Richard Brodhead speaks on the second day of opening ceremonies at Duke Kunshan University.

Brodhead slated to be visiting lecturer at Duke Kunshan University

President Richard Brodhead will be a visiting lecturer at Duke Kunshan University, though when he will fill this role is still unclear.

DKU grand opening gives rise to questions on academic freedom

As part of its grand opening celebration, Duke Kunshan University hosted a series of talks Sunday for local Duke alumni in which DKU and Duke representatives touched upon the issue of academic...

NIH funds $1 million for study on ethical use of patient health records

The project—lead by Laura Beskow, co-director of the Program for Empirical Bioethics—will look at how patients feel about the use of their health data.

HackDuke broadens scope in second year

More than 500 students spent their weekend furiously coding as part of HackDuke—an initiative in which students design software to address real-world problems.

Neuroscience and philosophy seminars to inspire mingling of disciplines

The program will allow twenty leading scholars in both fields to converge at Duke for an intensive fifteen-day period where they will work collaboratively and ultimately explore new research...

Lynne O’Brien, associate vice provost of digital and online initiatives, said the number of proposals submitted by faculty members looks promising and has been growing every year.

Duke seeks faculty ideas for digital initiatives

As Duke accepts proposals for online education for the third year, the University continues to look for new ways that professors can embrace digital techniques.

Keohane gives first political theory talk since departure

Keohane, Duke’s first female president, served from 1993 to 2004 and is credited with advancing Duke’s global reputation and increasing faculty diversity.

Strategic plan aims to integrate with academic revamps

Provost Sally Kornbluth presented the University's strategic planning process to the Arts and Sciences Council Thursday, noting how it might intersect with the current system in place to revamp...

Student concerns lead to refined Shabbat theme

Although the event will otherwise go on as planned, Friday’s Shabbat dinner at the Freeman Center for Jewish Life will no longer reference the Bedouin people following vocal pushback from some...