Interview: Eric Oberstein

"That’s certainly what this represents for me––hard working paying off––which is very humbling but exciting."

Editor's Note, 10/23

While I cannot possibly hope to give you a comprehensive formula to make the ideal soundtrack for getting down and dirty, I can give you some basic guidelines.

Music Interview: Perfume Genius

I’m just really happy that people are into it. Because that’s all I wanted.

Final Exam: Meet Duke's senior rocket scientists

Sitting down with seniors Emily Briere and Lauren Silverstein, who represent Duke at the forefront of aerospace engineering.

Editor's Note, 9/18

For some of us, Duke is perfectly fine as it is. For the rest of us, this is a call to action.

Restaurant Review: Pizzeria Toro

Pizzeria Toro is back. After a fire closed the locally renowned pizza restaurant in November 2013, it has reopened with a fresh new vibe and open layout.

Steve Nowicki influences student life in and out the classroom

“I’m more or less in charge of anything that touches on the lives of undergraduates,” said Nowicki, who teaches a freshman biology class.

Moonlighting the arts

“There’s no better job for an artist. If you’re an artist and you get a teaching job at a wonderful university where the students are incredibly bright and motivated, there is no better job.”

First Art of Cool Festival brings jazz legends to Durham community

The organizers' hope for the festival is that it eventually becomes a mainstay of Durham culture.

Notes from Shooters

A creative piece about attending Shooters II Saloon without beer goggles to cloud Duke students' drunken debauchery.

Joe Henry and others bring 'poetic spirit' to Hayti

Joe Henry, a veteran producer and an experienced singer-songwriter, will lend his voice to the tight harmonies and rich lyrics of Cincinnati band Over the Rhine and Los Angeles duo The Milk Carton...

Music Review: A Tribute to Bob Dylan in the '80s: Volume One

This is an album at war with itself.

Music Review: A Tribute to Bob Dylan in the '80s: Volume One

This is an album at war with itself.

Watch List: Old Duke

This year, like it has in the past, Old Duke seeks to kick off Duke’s end-of-year festivities with some old-school style.

Civil disobedience

Since the 1960s, duke students have sprung to action to protect their beliefs. from occupying the allen building to protesting wars, duke students have never been afraid to speak their minds.

British vocal ensemble sellout Baldwin

“The King’s Singers are entertaining, and they straddle that world between contemporary a cappella music and classical music."

British vocal ensemble sellout Baldwin

“The King’s Singers are entertaining, and they straddle that world between contemporary a cappella music and classical music."

Works by fellowship recipients showcased at CAM Raleigh

“Where artists thrive, culture thrives. It makes people want to move here, and it makes people want to stay here.”

Music Review: Sweetheart 2014

There is a fine line between covering a song and replicating it.

Duke University Press launches e-book platform

Duke University Press has teamed up with HighWire Press to launch a new e-book platform that consolidates its journals and more than 1,600 e-book titles.

Duke Performances hosts local band with puppetry

This weekend, Duke Performances will present “Love’s Infrastucture,” a show that combines local indie pop music, intense puppet work and dynamic live video feeds to create an innovative and unique...

Review: American Hustle

4.5/5 Stars

Review: "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"

Two movies into "The Hunger Games," and this series could really go either way.

Chamber quartet brings new dynamic to Baldwin

"The Emerson String Quartet is probably the most important American string quartet of the last quarter century."

Persian musician crosses cultural boundaries with Nasher performance

"There is something in the music that reaches somebody’s soul or some part of somebody’s soul."

Sid Gopinath