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.
DUSDAC considers Chai’s Noodle Bar and Bistro food truck
Members of the Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee sampled options from the Chai’s Noodle Bar and Bistro food truck as they consider adding it to the food truck line up for the...
Duke students remember victims of Typhoon Haiyan
Gathered beneath the rain in front of the chapel, a group of students participated in a candlelit vigil Sunday night to honor those devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.
Faculty panel discusses for-credit online courses
The forum was a response to an April meeting of the Arts and Sciences Council that voted against a motion to adopt online courses for credit.
DSG to receive higher portion of student activities fee
The portion of the student activities fee that Duke Student Government receives for the 2014-15 school year will increase by $1.50 from this year’s $114.50.
Pratt receives $15 million for nano particle research
The University received a $15-million grant to continue research about nanoparticles, according to a Duke News press release.
DSG senators propose more courses on local politics
Duke football cornerback Ross Cockrell, a redshirt senior, spoke about the importance of student support at games at the Duke Student Government senate meeting Wednesday evening.
Foster's to not return for lunch due to lack of business
Although Foster's on the Fly will still be part of the regular evening rotation, it will no longer return during lunch hours due to a lack of business.
Stephanie Chao discusses the inspiration behind The Standard
A new multimedia publication, The Standard, is looking to bring together the many aspects of campus life that make Duke unique.
DSG restores partial yearly funds for The Chanticleer
The Chanticleer’s 2013-14 funding was unfrozen at the Duke Student Government senate meeting Wednesday night.
GPSC focuses on graduate students' housing concerns
At their meeting Tuesday evening, the Graduate and Professional Student Council passed a resolution encouraging Housing, Dining and Residence Life to prioritize graduate students’ housing concerns.
Duke Student Government denies funding to Duke Ethics Bowl Team
The team requested the funding to compete in the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics’ Mid-Atlantic Regional Competition Nov. 9.
Scientist discusses key to Bengal tiger conservation
Conservation scientist Ullas Karanth, an expert in Bengal Tiger conservation, argued that the key to wildlife conservation lies in the cross-section of science and politics.
DUSDAC mulls Vine Sushi and Thai for Merchants on Points
The Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee is considering adding local restaurant Vine Sushi and Thai to their Merchants on Points program next year.
DSG leadership presents yearlong strategic planning
The Executive Board of Duke Student Government presented their year-long agendas at the Senate meeting Wednesday evening.
Penn Pavilion trims hours, food trucks to make lunch time appearance
When students return from Fall Break, changes to Duke Dining will take effect.
50th anniversary records unprecedented donations
The development committee of the 50th commemoration of Black students at Duke exceeded their one million dollar goal.
DukeOpen interrupts Board meeting to present proposal
Members of student coalition DukeOpen interrupted the Board of Trustees’ meeting Friday afternoon in an effort to present their proposal for endowment transparency.
Divinity School looks to battle depression
A study conducted by the Clergy Health Initiative found that pastors are at a much higher risk for depression than the general population.
DSG discusses changes to basketball walk-up line policy
The walk-up line policy has been amended to include hurricanes and imminent danger to the situations of grace.
DukeOpen wraps statues to promote endowment transparency
The two-fold approach began shortly after 11:00 a.m. Tuesday morning and simultaneously covered the statues of James B. Duke and Benjamin Duke.