The hardest job on campus: a history of Duke's provosts
The hardest job on campus: A history of Duke's top academic position
Updated: Duke student and alumna selected for George J. Mitchell Scholarship
Senior Daniel Strunk and Sanette Tanaka, Trinity '12, have been awarded the George J. Mitchell Scholarship.
Fuqua grad discusses recent book on the business school
Naresh Vissa, Fuqua '12, recently published a book titled "Everything You Need to Know About the Duke Fuqua MMS: A Guide of Memoirs for Applicants and Students."
Professors speculate on al Qaeda's online comeback and African breeding ground
Professors discussed the past, present and future of al Qaeda's presence in Africa during a panel Wednesday evening.
Lisker steps in temporarily for Bynum as vice provost for DKU and China initiatives
Nora Bynum is taking a personal leave of absence until February.
Marketing efforts in full swing for DKU
Administrators have hit the ground running with marketing and recruitment efforts for Duke Kunshan University.
Cathy Davidson pursues innovation in education through nationwide initiative
Cathy Davidson is embracing the possibilities of technology in higher education through her work with a new, nation-wide initiative titled "The History and Future of Higher Education."
Revised West Union plans unveiled: Costs lowered for new collective spaces
Blueprints for the West Union renovations were unveiled to students Wednesday, presenting the results of a redesign done after the Board of Trustees’ rejection of the original plans in May.
Chapel crypt acts as multipurpose space, study spot to quiet-seekers
The Chapel crypt has served as a multipurpose location over the years.
Journalist Judy Woodruff speaks on women in the workplace
Broadcast journalist Judy Woodruff, Women’s College ’68, spoke about the changing role of women in the workplace at the Campus Club Centennial Luncheon Monday.
Duke eliminates class rankings for Trinity and Pratt
Students need not dread the academic history section of their ACES account—class ranking will no longer be displayed.
Review: Aaron Carter
There was something disconcerting about the realization that he was living in nostalgia every night.
Duke extends early decision deadline due to Common App technological issues
Duke has extended its deadline for early decision applicants by one week as a result of technological issues with the Common Application.
New system efficiently matches students to advisors
Students are now being matched to academic advisors through a more accurate and efficient system.
Engineering prof's physical law questions college ranking system
Although Duke's upgrade from eighth to seventh in U.S. News and World Report's annual ranking of universities last month was met with student fanfare, there are questions as to the significance of...
Student course evaluations migrate from paper to web
Gone are the days of evaluating professors via pencil and paper—beginning this semester, course evaluations will be done online.
DukeOpen goals not fully met
Although the Board of Trustees made several changes to endowment policies this weekend, members of DukeOpen were dissatisfied that endowment transparency was not presented at the meeting.
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.
DukeOpen members target Allen Building in latest demonstration
Student group DukeOpen continued to protest for endowment transparency Wednesday, hanging a banner reading “Transparency Now” in front of the Allen Building.
Professors honor Seamus Heaney at poetry reading
Community members gathered to honor the late poet Seamus Heaney with a reading of his works in Goodsen Chapel Tuesday afternoon.
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.
Future of DukeOpen push unclear
Student coalition DukeOpen is gradually making its way through administrative processes in its push for greater endowment transparency.
PBS investigates the legal applications of neuroscience
Brain scans that can see your thoughts have major ramifications for law and ethics, as shown in a new PBS documentary featuring Duke professors.
Duke ranks seventh in U.S. News rankings
Duke is ranked seventh on the U.S. News and World Report's annual ranking of national universities.
Penn Pavilion sees low traffic as other eateries surge
The Penn Pavilion has not been as popular as Duke Dining had hoped it might be.