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Protesters want the Board of Trustees to increase transparency. We asked the Trustees for their response

(04/30/18 5:16am)

Two weeks ago, a group of student protesters demanded greater transparency from the Board of Trustees. In an effort to gather the Trustees’ opinion on that demand, The Chronicle investigated the matter and found that even contacting the members could be a challenge.






Q&A: Student protesters explain tactics, disappointment with administrators

(04/18/18 5:33am)

Saturday’s student protest of President Price’s speech to alumni has generated conversations across campus. The Chronicle sat down with senior Bryce Cracknell, junior Trey Walk and sophomore Gino Nuzzolillo, three of the students involved in organizing, to hear more about how the protest came to be and their plans moving forward. So far, of the students who protested, roughly 21 have received a letter from the Office of Student Conduct. This interview has been edited for length and clarity.







How DSG presidential candidate Kristina Smith would handle a Stephen Miller campus visit and more

(03/06/18 5:32am)

Editor's note about the debate format: Each candidate had 90 seconds to introduce themselves and give an opening statement. Then, we asked each candidate three candidate-specific questions, with one minute to respond to each. Any candidate that is mentioned in another candidate’s answer had 30 seconds to respond. Each candidate had two scenario questions with 90 seconds to respond to each. We reserved the right to follow up on candidate’s responses. Candidates had 30 seconds to respond to the follow up question. Then, each candidate had 60 seconds to give a closing statement.


How DSG presidential candidate Sabriyya Pate would handle a huge spike in undergraduate tuition and more

(03/06/18 4:25am)

Editor's note about the debate format: Each candidate had 90 seconds to introduce themselves and give an opening statement. Then, we had three candidate-specific questions for each candidate, with one minute to respond to each. Any candidate that is mentioned in another candidate’s answer had 30 seconds to respond. Each candidate had two scenario questions with 90 seconds to respond to each. We reserved the right to follow up on candidate’s responses. Candidates had 30 seconds to respond to the follow up question. Then, each candidate had 60 seconds to give a closing statement.


How DSG presidential candidate Yemi Kolawole would handle an SOFC scandal and more

(03/06/18 4:26am)

Editor's note about the debate format: Each candidate had 90 seconds to introduce themselves and give an opening statement. Then, we had three candidate-specific questions for each candidate, with one minute to respond to each. Any candidate that is mentioned in another candidate’s answer had 30 seconds to respond. Each candidate had two scenario questions with 90 seconds to respond to each. We reserved the right to follow up on candidate’s responses. Candidates had 30 seconds to respond to the follow up question. Then, each candidate had 60 seconds to give a closing statement.


How DSG presidential candidate Sean Bissell would handle a sexual harassment claim against his chief of staff and more

(03/06/18 4:27am)

Editor's note about the debate format: Each candidate had 90 seconds to introduce themselves and give an opening statement. Then, we had three candidate-specific questions for each candidate, with one minute to respond to each. Any candidate that is mentioned in another candidate’s answer had 30 seconds to respond. Each candidate had two scenario questions with 90 seconds to respond to each. We reserved the right to follow up on candidate’s responses. Candidates had 30 seconds to respond to the follow up question. Then, each candidate had 60 seconds to give a closing statement.


How DSG presidential candidate Jamal Burns would handle sexually-explicit material in the first-year summer reading and more

(03/06/18 5:27am)

Editor's note about the debate: Each candidate had 90 seconds to introduce themselves and give an opening statement. Then, we asked three candidate-specific questions for each candidate, with one minute to respond to each. Any candidate that is mentioned in another candidate’s answer had 30 seconds to respond. Each candidate had two scenario questions with 90 seconds to respond to each. We reserved the right to follow up on candidate’s responses. Candidates had 30 seconds to respond to the follow up question. Then, each candidate had 60 seconds to give a closing statement.



Editor's Note: Introducing 'The Chronicle 18'

(02/07/18 1:52am)

One thing I have learned from my almost four years at Duke is that we have no shortage of amazing people. Practically every day, I feel like I find out about someone who, whether through their scholarship, service, involvement or personality, is making an indelible impact on this complex and dynamic place. I have come to the realization that it is likely impossible to understand the life of this community without looking at the lives of its individuals—well-known or otherwise.