Local pastors protest Durham panhandling ordinace
Many local panhandlers have been ticketed and fined since a new Durham ordinance banning certain types of begging has gone into effect.
Scholars remember Duke professor by bridging black Christian and Muslim communities
Some individuals hope to bridge Muslim and Christian black churches through interfaith dialogue—a goal inspired by former Duke professor C. Eric Lincoln.
Senior Jocelyn Streid bridges theology, medicine in Duke Chapel sermon
Senior Jocelyn Streid found inspiration among her fellow Cameron Crazies at 4 a.m.
Duke students share thoughts on Lunar New Year celebration
The Asian Students Association hosted the annual Lunar New Year celebration in Page Auditorium Saturday
National security specialists debate potential viability of space weapons
Things got futuristic during the Alexander Hamilton Society’s third debate of the year as missiles and lasers beamed from space shot through the discussion.
Duke community sounds off on comeback victory against UNC
With Duke’s 73-68 victory against the Tar Heels and subsequent bonfire, students and others shared their excitement and thoughts on the course of the game.
Pratt students build robot to give real birds 'the bird'
A team of Duke undergraduates working with the Nowicki Lab created a lifelike robotic sparrow to test a theory of angry bird behavior.
Mike Daisey muses on truth, storytelling at Duke
Controversial performer Mike Daisey challenged the distinction between theater and journalism in a visit to Duke.
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.
Ice halts Duke operations despite preparations
On Friday, ice descended on campus, frosting roads and sidewalks and disrupting business as usual.
Robert Johnson, BET founder, tells success story
Johnson believes that success comes from seizing opportunities.
Duke partygoers keep Fodil on speed dial
A certain set of Duke students have programmed in their phones they call as regularly as their own mothers.
Republicans celebrate North Carolina victories amid White House defeat
wo to four stickers: the rectangle Romney/Ryan, the round ones with “Pat” in large font and maybe even the square “Barefoot for Senate.”
Karl Rove, Howard Dean joke and debate foreign, domestic policy
Karl Rove and Howard Dean drilled into foreign policy issues at Duke before the presidential debate Monday night.
Film Review: Atlas Shrugged Pt. II
Chances are Part II will immediately make you feel uncomfortable.
Rainbows abound at rainy North Carolina pride parade
Rain did not dampen the spirits of the 10,000 people who attended the annual pride parade Saturday.
Q&A with Escapist founder Alexander Macris
Escapist publisher Alexander Macris talks with The Chronicle’s Linda Yu about ditching a law career to start a gaming magazine.
Expo draws geeks to Durham
The three-day Expo featured videogame tournaments, role-playing games, board game libraries and a cosplay contest
Duke students weigh in on Romney acceptance speech
As Mitt Romney accepted his nomination as the Republican candidate for president, Duke students shared their takes on the speech at a watch party and on Twitter.