Write(H)ers aims to train Duke feminist bloggers
A new media activism program at Duke aims to help young women excel in writing about gender issues.
Robertson Scholars Program experiences changes in staff
After one year with a new executive director, two staff members have left the Robertson Scholars Program, causing students to question the vision for the program and the nature of its leadership.
Sigma Pi fraternity to receive charter
The Duke chapter of the Sigma Pi fraternity will receive its charter in an official ceremony Saturday after completing the process in record time.
Marketplace workers hope to secure summer hours
Ongoing discussions between Housing, Dining and Residence Life, workers union Local 77 and Marketplace employees about summer work hours have left dining staff confused and frustrated due to a lack...
SAE fraternity to receive new charter
After a somewhat tumultuous history, the Duke chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity will receive its charter in a formal ceremony April 21.
Panel discusses impact of activist film ‘Kony 2012’
Duke students, administrators and professors alike are engaging in conversation about the impact the viral video “Kony 2012” is having on campus.
Mandl stresses business approach to campus issues
Senior Michael Mandl highlights his breadth of business experience and passion for Duke as he vies to become Young Trustee.
IFC extends 382 bids to 247 rushees
New fraternity members celebrate as the two-week recruitment process came to an end Monday.
‘Gameday’ replacement in the works
Tailgate’s replacement may soon be replaced.
Students abroad in housing limbo
About 60 juniors currently studying abroad do not yet have housing assignments for the Spring.
University assists creation of public policy program in Vietnam
The University is furthering its global expansion in Vietnam and this time in the realm of environmental policy.
Parents' weekend soundoff
The Chronicle’s Marianna Jordan spoke with Duke students and their families about time they spent together.
Lute backs Washington policy makers
Although the public may be divided about the United States’ role in Afghanistan and Pakistan, U.S. policies are effective in the areas, an advisor to the president said.
Alum speaks against trafficking
Far more resources must be deployed in the fight against human trafficking, said Siddharth Kara, Trinity ’96 and one of the world’s foremost experts on modern slavery and human trafficking.
Ravitch questions effects of ‘No Child Left Behind’
Bad test scores do not necessarily translate into bad schools, said internationally recognized educator Diane Ravitch.
MFA program debuts at Duke
Although Duke’s Master of Fine Arts program is only a few weeks old, 15 new graduate students are already deeply invested in a new kind of visual studies.