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Performances, fundraisers and bath bombs: Duke’s student service groups get creative to help the community

(02/18/22 4:31am)

From performing the Charlie Brown theme song at a nursing home to helping middle schoolers make DNA structures out of clay, Duke is home to many different student service groups in a variety of categories.

Ways to commemorate and volunteer on MLK Day in Durham

(01/14/22 7:35am)

The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday is designated as a national day of service to encourage Americans to volunteer to improve their communities. The Chronicle has compiled a list of ways to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. and participate in volunteering activities at Duke and in Durham this upcoming weekend.

Cathedrals, magic and megafauna: Here are eight classes to bookbag for the spring 2022 semester

(10/21/21 2:59am)

Trying to meet those looming Trinity course code requirements? Looking to explore more of the quirky classes that Duke offers? Look no further. Here is The Chronicle’s list of nine interesting classes you should take for the spring 2022 semester.

‘Really disheartening’: Mitchell-White House members frustrated with broken promises, lack of adequate spaces

(09/22/21 1:29am)

From students being asked to move out of their assigned rooms the day before the first day of class to broken promises regarding a house course teaching space, student leaders of the Mitchell-White House are frustrated with Duke Housing and Residence Life.