Conference aims to promote Asian American dialogue, identity
TAASCON featured an entire day of activities intended to facilitate productive discourse and allow students to interact with others concerned with Asian-American issues
Duke reacts to Boston Marathon explosions
When two bombs detonated near the Boston Marathon finish line, some members of the Duke community had just completed the race or were near the site of the explosion.
Smash Mouth lead singer discusses 20 years with the band
"At the end of the day, I think the biggest thing about a band being together is [to not] let it become about the money. That’s the biggest thing. It’s the money."
Mo Cowan reflects on 50th anniversary of Duke integration
Sen. Cowan, D-Mass lauds the social progress that Duke has made since it accepted its first five black undergraduates in 1963.
Duke, other private universities choose not to publicly disclose perpetrators
Two education privacy and safety laws allow private universities to disclose disciplinary proceedings and crime reports when a student is an alleged perpetrator of violating university policy.
Goldwater scholars discuss research
Two Duke juniors, Kushal Seetharam and Yaohua Xue, have been selected to receive the 2013 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.
Duke students opposing same-sex marriage largely stay quiet
Students who oppose same-sex marriage are conscious of being part of a student body that overwhelmingly supports it.
Duke's alcohol policies are stricter than some of its peers'
Duke's alcohol policies uphold the federal drinking age, but some peer schools have implemented more open approaches.
Professors from Triangle universities slam state Republican policies
Scholars from around the region gathered Thursday to discuss the negative implications of Republican control on North Carolina politics.
Psychologist Jeffrey Arnett relates emerging adulthood, substance abuse
From the ages of 18 to 25, substance abuse occurs because of a period of freedom and lack of concrete obligations.
Peter Feaver reflects on Iraq War 10 years later
The Chronicle spoke with Feaver, professor of political science and public policy.
Internships increase as economy improves, Duke advisers say
Internship opportunities for students have been broadening as a result of the recovering economy, career counselors say.
Psychologist encourages conscious fight against idealized body image
Clinical psychologist Eric Stice suggested using dissonance theory to help combat a dangerous obsession with thinness.
Duke students, faculty probe effect of identity slurs
The Women’s Studies Program hosted a discussion Tuesday titled “Identity Slurs.”
Mo Cowan to speak at Duke celebration of racial integration
Cowan, Trinity ‘91, was appointed interim senator from Massachussetts Jan. 30, after Sen. John Kerry was tapped to be the new Secretary of State
Duke student coalition works with Kappa Sigma and admin in party aftermath
Student leaders met with administrators Monday in an effort to improve race relations at Duke following the controversial “Asia Prime” party.
Duke suspends Kappa Sigma based on 'other issues'
The Eta Prime chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity has been suspended by both its national organization and by Duke.
Duke student protestors demand 'apology of action'
Hundreds of students demanded active reparations from Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Students call for change at protest against Kappa Sigma party
At 1 p.m. on Wednesday students protested at the West Campus bus stop in response to the international-themed Kappa Sigma party that was held last week.
UPDATE: 'Asia' party lands KSig in hot water
A theme party held Friday by Kappa Sigma fraternity has drawn major backlash from the Asian community and others at the University and online.
Duke Kappa Sigma party ignites firestorm of criticism
A theme party held Friday has drawn major backlash from the Asian community and others at the University.
Duke buys property in West Village from failed Davis-Laettner venture
Duke expanded its footprint in Durham by purchasing part of the West Village development.
Duke, North Carolina ramp up flu vaccinations
Influenza showed up early and uninvited this winter and has since taken a toll on North Carolina.
Voters prefer candidates with deeper voices, Duke study finds
Voters have a tendency to prefer candidates with deeper voices, even for roles traditionally considered feminine.
Law schools cut seats in weaker job market
In response to the current economic climate, many law schools are reducing their incoming class sizes, a recent survey shows.