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.
DKU receives $2 million donation to fund scholarships
An anonymous Chinese citizen donated $2 million to fund scholarships for Duke Kunshan University and establish Duke’s Talent Identification Program in China.
Nikolai Doytchinov withdraws from DSG race
Junior Nikolai Doytchinov officially withdrew his candidacy for president of Duke Student Government.
Four candidates to run for Duke Student Government president
Four candidates announced the beginning of their campaigns for president of Duke Student Government—sophomore Lavanya Sunder and juniors Nikolai Doytchinov, Rence Nemeh and Will Giles.
Transportation remains suspended, campus services limited
With the severe weather policy in place until 7 p.m., more than just the class schedule has been impacted today.
Daniel Strunk resigns from DSG chief justice post
Following contentious debate surrounding the 25 Percent Compromise and the 40 Percent Plan at last night’s Duke Student Government meeting, senior Daniel Strunk resigned from his position as chief...
Duke Student Government votes down 25 Percent Compromise
Duke Student Government defeated the 25 Percent Compromise—an alternative to the 40 Percent Plan for allocating student annual activities fees—at their meeting Tuesday.
DSG channels $5,000 to partially fund bike-sharing program
Following the disbandment of the Duke Bikes Program at the Arts Annex in August, Duke Student Government passed a budgetary statute of $5,000 to partially fund a campus-wide bike-sharing program.
Nasher announces new curator of modern art
The Nasher Museum of Art announced Marshall Price as the new curator of modern and contemporary art.
Grad YT Duch explains BoT role
Katherine Duch discusses her experiences as a graduate Young Trustee.
Aggression linked to dangerous neighborhoods internationally
A study that analyzed children from nine countries—including more than 300 families in Durham—found that a child raised in a dangerous neighborhood is more likely to exhibit aggressive behavior.
CDS alumni wins directing award at Sundance Festival
An alumni of the Center for Documentary Studies won the U.S. Documentary directing award at the Sundance Film Festival Saturday evening.
DSG Judiciary reaches verdict on Daniel Strunk v. DSG case
Duke Student Government must now accept electronic signatures on petitions in addition to hard copies.
DSG judiciary hear $100 Plan v. DSG case
The case Monday centered around the burden placed on students when they wish to have a referendum question placed on an election ballot.
Gender neutral housing to be added to East Campus
Beginning with the Class of 2018, freshmen will have access to gender-neutral housing on East Campus.
Frothingham talks gender neutral housing
Senior Sunny Frothingham, co-president of Duke Students for Gender Neutrality, worked closely with administrators to help facilitate the policy changes to gender neutral housing.
International freshman relays her accidental trip to Arkansas
An error in planning left Cassie Yuan and Florence Tesha over 1,000 miles away in Fayetteville, Ark.
Students propose changes for India's educational system
This year’s Winter Forum, titled Rethink Education: The Innovation Challenge, featured speeches from two former North Carolina governors.
DSG president Stefani Jones reflects on Fall semester
Following a semester that saw students adapting to changes in dining and construction on campus, leaders of Duke Student Government reflected on the first half of their terms.
DSG wraps up semester by reflecting on future goals
The Duke Student Government Senate celebrated its last meeting of the semester by reflecting on their accomplishments and looking forward to the next semester.
GPSC leaders reflect on semester and future goals
GPSC president Amol Yadav and vice-president Shannon O'Connor reflect on this semester and preview the upcoming year.
Siedow's replacement to lead Duke research in shifting financial times
Hoping to fit in more time for his love of bird watching and return to his love of teaching, Jim Siedow announced his decision not to seek another reappointment as vice provost of research.
Black Men’s Union exec. seeks campus prominence
Since receiving its status as a recognized student group at the Sept. 25 meeting of Duke Student Government, the leaders of the Black Men’s Union have been working to solidify their place as...
Nowicki discusses changing role of higher education at DSG meeting
The speech focused on the changing role of higher education as much of the media concentrates on the rising costs and online alternatives.