It’s clear from student conversations that Central Campus might not be a desirable place to live. Whether they’re posting on Fix My Campus about the mold, bemoaning the distance between Central and literally anything else at Duke or complaining about poor security, most undergraduates are tired of it.
It has been three months since former President Richard Brodhead left office—what’s he been up to since then?
For most of us, the sound of a train horn along the Durham tracks inspires annoyance and perhaps a bit of shock. For senior Tristan Bouan, it inspired a film.
The grass in front of 2021 Campus Drive is cut. The windows are dark. The tan front door is shut. Quiet—save the grumbles of passing buses—but normal.
Eleanore Jantz, or “Elli” as her friends called her, occupied the colonial-style brick house nestled in the middle of the rapidly growing University since 1978. When she died in July, the 104-year-old widow was the last private resident of the faculty houses lining Campus Drive, relics of a mostly forgotten era.
Andrew Tan-Delli Cicchi
Nov 21, 2017
Duke University Press recently drew criticism over its decision to publish a book which has been criticized as anti-Israel.
Nov 20, 2017