Have yourself a very Dukie Christmas
Some people look forward to decorating their Christmas trees, but for Duke forestry students, the excitement is in preparing and selling them.
Duke Kunshan board has routine first meeting
The Duke Kunshan University Board of Trustees met in China for their inaugural meeting this week.
Freedom to Learn
In recent months, the Chinese government has intensified its efforts to stifle any Western ideals that could threaten the Communist Party. What does this mean for Duke Kunshan University, which...
Admins update faculty on DKU academic freedom, other issues
Following several recent instances of government crackdown on Chinese universities, administrators outlined their expectations for academic freedom at Duke Kunshan University Thursday.
The Hidden Refuge
For those seeking a refuge from complaining undergraduates and the pressures of University life, the Faculty Club has offered exclusivity and peace for Duke's faculty and staff.
Chinese journalists visit Durham for DKU marketing
Last week, seven Chinese journalists traveled to Durham on Duke’s dime.
Chinese gov't gives final approval to Duke Kunshan
Now that Duke Kunshan University has China's final stamp of approval, admins can start recruiting for Fall 2014.
Petraeus advocates for U.S. action in Syria
Petraeus said the United States should demonstrate to Syria and other potential aggressor nations that chemical weapons are unacceptable.
Admins optimistic that DKU will open Fall 2014
Despite several notable delays, administrators insist that DKU will be up and running Fall 2014.
Brodhead gears up for Colbert Report debut
This Thursday, Brodhead will appear as a guest on Comedy Central's The Colbert Report.
Watch List: Stefani Jones
If you’re looking for someone to inspire you to change the world—starting with Duke—look to Duke Student Government President Stefani Jones.
Stalnecker prepares for role as first female vice chair of Board
When Susan Stalnecker arrived in 1970, Duke was preparing to merge the Woman’s College and men’s Trinity College into one Trinity College of Arts and Sciences.
Duke Kunshan University delayed again, following communication and funding problems
Poor management and insufficient funding contributed to major construction problems that have caused the fifth significant delay of opening in three years.
Pedestrian killed in train accident near Duke East Campus
An unidentified individual was killed in a train crash just off of East Campus Tuesday evening.
Police release profile of suspect in UNC murder
For the first time since the murder of Faith Hedgepeth in September, the Chapel Hill Police Department has released details about the investigation.
Duke prepares for DKU student life
Planning for student life at Duke Kunshan University is now underway, amidst uncertainties about what shape the campus will take.
Miami football takes Duke 52-45
Duke had a number of promising moments, but Miami's explosive offense was simply too much to handle in the team's final game of the regular season.
Chapel Hill police share more details on Hedgepeth murder
Just days after what would have been Faith Hedgepeth’s 20th birthday, police released more information
New details emerge about UNC murder
Recordings of the radio conversations among Durham and Chapel Hill authorities reveal details about what they encountered.
Details of UNC murder remain unknown
Those close to a UNC junior murdered earlier this month are growing anxious for details.
DKU moves toward final approval
The Chinese government’s approval process might keep students out until a later date.
Student travel in Egypt restricted
Duke students in Cairo are subject to in-country travel restrictions due to potential unrest surrounding the Egyptian elections.
A scholarship without sails
The Robertson Scholars Program—designed to nurture leaders—currently has no permanent executive director and a dwindling staff.
Gender-neutral housing to come to West Campus
Opt-in gender-neutral housing will expand to West Campus starting Fall 2013.