Updated: Individual assaulted at Devine's Friday morning
An assault at Devine's Grill and Sports Bar put an individual in the hospital early Friday morning.
DKU holds first day of classes
Duke Kunshan University held its first day of classes Monday—opening its doors to students after years of planning, construction and controversy.
Trustees' Executive Committee opens Board business for 2014-15
The committee heard updates on several University projects, including Duke Kunshan University, campus construction and NCAA reforms.
First Kunshan classes to begin Monday
Nearly five years after it was first introduced to faculty—and three years after its initial planned opening—Duke Kunshan University will hold its first classes Monday.
Alumnus returns to U.S. from Guinea days before Ebola outbreak closes borders
The Ebola virus outbreak's effect on the Duke community has been minimal, but for one young alumnus, the outbreak hit close to home.
Admissions yield hits highest point since 1979
The incoming freshmen are also responsible for another milestone—more than half of them are students of color, a first for Duke.
McLeod trial to begin in 2015
The next step in the Lewis McLeod sexual assault case will be months away.
Duke receives $3 million for Islamic Studies directorship
Duke has received $3 million to create a directorship for Islamic Studies.
At a glance: construction projects past, present and future
Everything you need to know at your fingertips about what is getting torn apart and put back together on West Campus.
Administrative transitions: a year in review
The 2014-2015 academic year will see a number of administrators stepping into new roles on campus.
Gender gap persists in alumni leadership, donations
The DukeForward capital campaign may be more than halfway to its goal, but recent research shows that women make up significantly less than half of of alumni leadership positions and high-level...
Law Refectory Café to be replaced by Café de Novo
Café de Novo has been announced as the replacement vendor for the space that will be left vacant by the soon-to-depart Law Refectory Café.
Aycock renamed following student leaders' call for action
Duke University freshman dormitory Aycock will be renamed East Residence Hall, following years of protest over the building's namesake.
Long talks plans for the future of undergraduate education
Janie Long, currently the director of the Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity, was recently appointed associate vice provost of undergraduate education
Preliminary injunction ruling for McLeod brings mixed news
Duke does not have to give Lewis McLeod his degree but cannot make his expulsion official.
Student sues Duke after expulsion for sexual misconduct
After being expelled due to an alleged sexual assault, Lewis McLeod—who entered Duke as part of the Class of 2014—is suing the University for his degree.
Student sues Duke after being expelled for sexual assault, reports claim
Lewis McLeod, who entered Duke as part of the Class of 2014, is suing the University after being expelled due to an alleged sexual assault, WRAL News is reporting.
Renovations of Perkins and Bostock libraries underway
Those returning to Duke for Summer Session I encounterend a number of changes to campus.
Townsend tapped as new Nicholas School dean
Alan Townsend, an ecosystem ecologist and professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder, has been named dean of the Nicholas School of the Environment.
Board of Trustees approves annual budget
The Duke University Board of Trustees approved a $2.2 billion operating budget for 2014-15 at their meeting Saturday.
Campus put on alert for tornado warning Wednesday morning
Shortly after 5 a.m. Wednesday, Duke University Police Department issued a DukeAlert containing information about the tornado warning and activated the siren system.
Year before Monday's arrest, Velez charged with trespassing at Duke
Jeffrey Alan Velez of Durham has been charged with felony larceny, second-degree trespass and resisting, obstructing and delaying officers.
Duke alumni recall violent encounter with KC shooter years ago
For two Duke alumni, the shootings at Jewish community centers in Kansas City last weekend had an unusual significance.
2U's Semester Online consortium discontinued
Internet education consortium Semester Online was cancelled less than a year after the Arts and Sciences Council voted to block Duke's membership in the program.