Student line turns chaotic as Wallace Wade reaches capacity

Some students in line for Thursday night's football game against the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill experienced chaos, and some were turned away from entering Wallace Wade Stadium when...

Students flock to Loop Bar for Election Night watch party (Video)

Watching on dual screens featuring both CNN and Fox News, students across a variety of political denominations turned out to the watch party event hosted by Duke Political Review, Duke Political...

Final Exam: Meet Duke's senior pottery artist

Senior Julian Salazar has one of the rarer hobbies found at Duke—throwing, firing and glazing pieces of pottery .

Beer and Space Invaders

Before the Armadillo Grill and The Loop Bar, there was The Hideaway—a student-run bar under Page Auditorium where Grace Kelly once sipped a beer.

Domestic abuse explored in one-acts at Common Ground

A local family’s performance art company is tackling the issue of domestic violence through theater.

Duke Kunshan University: A Retrospective

View the interactive timeline of DKU events over the past five years. Click through to see important points in the development process, photos, graphics and quotes from key voices.

"Artstigators" aim to promote campus arts

The project, as abstract and undefined as an artistic endeavor itself, is aiming to spread the arts around Duke through spontaneous events and social media.

At Convocation, freshmen told to push outside comfort zones

More than 1,700 freshmen filled Duke Chapel at Wednesday’s Convocation ceremony and listened to imperatives to fervently seek out their purpose at Duke.

East Campus benches removed due to size restrictions

The Class of 2018 arrived on East Campus missing a traditional component of the campus landscape: house benches.

U.S. Senate race factors into a slew of issues for Durham

The U.S. Senate election for North Carolina may have the potential to shift power on Capitol Hill, but Durham will feel aftershocks in public policy depending on the outcome.

Ninth Street's changing face: new development mixing with old-school atmosphere

“We’re going to keep seeing this story unfold over the next two years or so.”

Longtime Convocation speaker Maya Angelou passes away at 86

Author and poet Maya Angelou has died at the age of 86.

Dempsey tells graduates to find a way to 'make it matter'

At Sunday's Commencement ceremony, the Class of 2014 was urged to remember their humanity after they toss off their mortarboards.

Poets compete in Bull City Slam competition finals

On the third Saturday of every month, some Triangle residents carve out a little time to slam.

Recess Interviews: Kristina Wong

Kristina Wong is a comedian and writer who has traveled across the country performing shows covering topics including laundry, suicide, cats and, soon, poverty in Uganda.

Allegations of voter fraud emerge in N.C.

A report showing potential evidence of voter fraud in North Carolina is fueling new flames in the debate on mandatory voter identification.

Castro highlights importance of public service work, leadership

San Antonio mayor Julian Castro turned the conversation about public service from politics to leadership in his address at the Sanford School Tuesday.

Senior Becky DeNardis remembered for inquisitive nature and kind disposition

Senior Rebecca DeNardis leaves behind a legacy of remarkable dedication and kindness toward others.

West Duke closed for remainder of semester

Students, faculty and administrators are displaced for the rest of the semester because of the collapsed ceiling in the West Duke building.

UPDATED: Afternoon classes cancelled

For the fifth time this semester, classes were canceled Monday due to a severe weather policy.

Part of West Duke ceiling collapses

The ceiling of a room in the West Duke building collapsed on East Campus Wednesday afternoon.

Reggie Day examines racial justice through NC laws

As debate over voter identification laws persists in North Carolina, a lecture series put on by the Reginaldo Howard Scholarship Program hopes to bring racial justice to the table.

Voter ID laws debated across state lines

Actions taken in other states on voter identification laws may indirectly influence the legal outcomes on the issue in North Carolina.

Duke, Durham work to keep minors in school and out of courts

Members from both the Duke and Durham communities are working towards protecting students from a downwards spiral into the criminal justice system.

Ben Jealous asks Duke to "commit" in honor of MLK

History is perilously close to repeating itself in the struggle for civil rights in North Carolina, said Benjamin Jealous, former president of the National Association for the Advancement of...

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