Duke enters partnership with Say Yes to Education
On Monday, Duke was announced as a partner school of Say Yes to Education, Inc., a non-profit group that helps underprivileged children apply and pay for college.
The Chronicle to print four days a week in upcoming academic year
This upcoming school year, The Chronicle will print four issues a week, instead of five, as part of its digital-first model.
Obama unveils ConnectEd initiative in Mooresville
President Barack Obama unveiled his ConnectEd initiative at Mooresville Middle School Thursday—a plan to provide high-speed broadband internet to 99 percent of American students within five years.
Gross Hall ready to debut
After years of renovation, Paul M. Gross Hall is nearly ready to debut a brighter and more modern space.
Donations insufficient for remodel
Even after receiving the largest donation in Duke’s history, the University is struggling to carry out a major renovation project.
Mobility limited by construction
Construction on Campus Drive and West Main Street is complicating transportation routes around campus.
Andrew Barnhill to deliver student speech at commencement
Barnhill will deliver the student commencement speech Sunday.
Arts and Sciences Council vote breaks contract with 2U
When the Arts and Sciences Council voted against for-credit online courses Thursday afternoon, it broke an existing contract between Duke and 2U, an internet education company.
Duke Arts and Sciences Council votes down for-credit online courses
After more than an hour of debate Thursday afternoon, the Arts and Sciences Council voted against a motion to adopt online courses for credit.
Duke faculty raises concern about administrator's 2U transparency
Faculty have yet to vote on whether or not Duke should offer online courses for credit, but administrators have already signed a contract to do so in the Fall.
Ultra-slim Contact Lens Refresh Card wins Duke Start-Up Challenge
The $50,000 grand prize was awarded to Refresh Innovations—the maker of an ultra-slim, all-in-one contact lens case and solution package.
Duke Panhel selects Gamma Phi Beta as 10th sorority
The Panhellenic Association voted to expand in Spring 2012, in response to an increase in recruitment numbers over the past five years.
Andrew Barnhill selected as 2013 Duke commencement student speaker
Barnhill, a law student who will also be receiving a masters degree from the Divinity School, was chosen from several dozen candidates.
Duke alum helps students crowdsource for college funds
Duke alum Andrew Wilkinson created StudentDonate.com, a nonprofit that gives college students a platform to crowdsource micro-donations to help them afford tuition, books and other school expenses.
Most schools make progress toward Duke Forward goals
Six months into the Duke Forward capital campaign’s public phase, several of the University’s schools are nearing the halfway points of their fundraising goals.
Duke BSAI 'elevated' for 50th anniversary of integration
Black Student Alliance Invitational aimed for a more elevated tone in honor of the 50th anniversary of Duke’s integration.
Duke LDOC committee announces remaining 2013 lineup
Bad Rabbits, 5 & a Dime and Blank 281 will be joining Kendrick Lamar, Steve Aoki and Travis Porter.
Duke accepts 2,897 applicants for Class of 2017
This afternoon, Duke will offer of admission to 2,897 students for the Class of 2017.
Roe v. Wade lawyer 'shocked' abortion is still an issue
When Sarah Weddington successfully argued Roe v. Wade before the Supreme Court 40 years ago, she thought an end to legal battles over abortion was in sight.
Duke grad develops variety show to benefit local nonprofits
A bi-annual variety show benefitting Triangle area charities is the brainchild of a Duke grad who has applied his entrepreneurial talents to nonprofit work.
Danielle Muoio elected Chronicle editor
The Chronicle staff elected sophomore Danielle Muoio to serve as editor-in-chief of its 109th volume.
Couple bridges Duke-UNC divide
One star-crossed couple found romance amidst the rivalry on Valentine’s Day, despite the heated emotions from Wednesday night’s game.
Katherine Duch elected 2013 Duke graduate Young Trustee
The Graduate and Professional Student Council elected Katherine Duch as the next graduate Young Trustee Tuesday.
Duke-UNC portal makes debut
For those seeking partnership, a new opportunity is now available in the Bryan Center.
Duke-UNC portal opens Friday
Want to take a look at Chapel Hill without having to travel down Tobacco Road?