Three Blue Devils selected to preseason All-ACC Field Hockey team
Duke was well-represented in the preseason all-conference team in addition to being picked to finish second in the ACC.
Duke's Fulbright total holds steady
The University's number of Fulbright Scholarship recipients this year matched last year's total of 18.
Blue seats mark beginning of upgrades to Wallace Wade Stadium
The 6,346 blue chair-back seats added to the bowl's east side this offseason will be followed by larger projects after the 2014 season.
Grant Hill gives $1.25 million to Duke
Grant Hill and his wife, Tamia, have donated $1.25 million to Duke.
Lovette found not guilty in Mahato murder
Laurence Lovette has been found not guilty in the 2008 murder of Duke graduate student Abhijit Mahato.
Duke professor to receive National Humanities Medal
Anne Firor Scott, W.K. Boyd Professor of History Emerita, will receive a National Humanities Medal today.
Final lacrosse case lawsuit reaches settlement
The last lawsuit related to the 2006 lacrosse case has concluded—more than eight years after an exotic dancer first filed false claims of sexual assault by Duke lacrosse players.
Former lacrosse case detective commits suicide, reports say
Sgt. Mark Gottlieb, one of the head investigators of the 2006 Duke lacrosse case, committed suicide this weekend, WRAL News has reported.
Hurricane Arthur temporarily shuts down Marine Lab
The Duke Marine Lab in Beaufort closed Thursday at noon due to the impending threat of Hurricane Arthur.
Former Chronicle Editor joins Board, along with Young Trustees
Three new members joined Duke's Board of Trustees July 1.
7 key things to know about the Aycock debate
This week's announcement that Aycock Dormitory would be renamed East Residence Hall came after years of protest concerning the building's namesake— take a look at some of its history.
Pearsons give $30 million to Pratt
J. Michael and Christine Pearson have given $30 million to Pratt in order to advance science and engineering education.
From the Archives: 'Orientation confronts discrimination—Angelou challenges freshmen' (1989)
Singing, reciting poetry and offering words of advice and encouragement, one of America’s foremost contemporary writers addressed new students and others at Duke Chapel.
Long to succeed Lisker as associate vice provost for undergraduate education
Janie Long, director of the Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity, will replace Donna Lisker as associate vice provost for undergraduate education.
New deans announced for Nursing, Nicholas Schools
Alan Townsend has been appointed dean of the Nicholas School for the Environment and Marion Broome dean of the School of Nursing.
Freshman year '10-'11
The Class of 2014’s freshman year was characterized by periods of positive global attention on the University mired by episodes of tragedy and negative scrutiny.
Junior year '12-'13
Junior year concluded after a series of immense campus policy changes and historic athletic feats.
Senior year '13-'14
Senior year saw the University in flux both physically—as Duke pushed forward with renovations—and administratively, with several key administrators stepping down.
Blue Devil men's lacrosse wins regular season finale, clinches top seed in NCAA Championship
In their final regular season game as Blue Devils, Jordan Wolf and Josh Dionne made sure the team could shake off the rust after final exams and earn a bounce-back road win.
Chapel to close in 2015 for renovations
The Duke Chapel will close for renovations beginning in May 2015.
Grad School receives $7.5 million from Duke Endowment
The Graduate School received a $7.5 million donation from the Charlotte-based Duke Endowment Tuesday.
Duke track and field relays put in top 10 performances at prestigious Penn Relays
Competing in front of a crowd of more than 49,000, Duke put in several top-10 relay performances against the nation’s best on collegiate track and field’s biggest stage.