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Krzyzewskiville is alive and well. Currently host to a plethora of tents and students that now inhabit the grounds, all of K-Ville is holding its breath in anticipation of the North Carolina men’s basketball game on Feb. 4.
“Yalla!” reads the yellow lettering on the bright red food truck parked across from the Student Wellness Center on most weekdays.
After facing an on-campus housing shortage during the fall semester, Duke will have enough bed space for all students who apply for spring housing, according to Ali Harrison, senior associate dean for residence life.
Over a hundred community members of the Duke and Triangle area gathered on the steps of the Chapel on Monday night for a candlelight vigil honoring the victims of a recent apartment fire in the Chinese city of Urumqi, the capital of the Xinjiang region.
Traditionally, Baldwin Scholars’ on-campus residential section in Few FF has only housed female-identifying students. But in a change brought about by QuadEx, Duke’s new living and learning initiative, several male students could select rooms in Baldwin’s section this year.
Duke is rolling out new guidelines for on-campus social events involving alcohol, a part of QuadEx’s new initiative called Fun @ Duke. Here’s how the University’s new rules stack up against those of peer institutions.
The North Carolina Young People’s Voting Alliance and Duke Votes collaborated to plan Duke Democracy Day, an Oct. 28 event intended to motivate students to vote in the upcoming midterm elections and engage in local, state and national politics.
A. Eugene Washington, chancellor for health affairs at Duke University and president and chief executive officer of the Duke University Health System, will step down from his roles on June 30, 2023, per a Wednesday release.
All undergraduate students receiving Duke grant aid through the Karsh Office of Undergraduate Financial Support received an additional 300 food points for the fall semester on Wednesday, according to a message sent to eligible students in DukeHub.
Duke Kunshan University international juniors who are currently on Duke’s campus will now be allowed to remain on campus in the spring, according to a Wednesday email sent to DKU students who have committed to Duke’s spring term and obtained by The Chronicle.
Flu vaccinations are no longer required for undergraduate students this year but are “strongly recommended,” according to Chris Simmons, interim vice president for public affairs and government relations.
Google employees in Durham protested outside of their office Thursday afternoon, calling on Google and Amazon to stop working with the Israeli government and military.
The Bryan Center Plaza was strangely calm after a midday rain shower on Wednesday afternoon. Amid the typical bustle, Duke Student Government President Lana Gesinsky, a senior, sat at one of the few dry tables to make good on her campaign promise of creating Pulse Checks, a way for students to informally ask questions in-person and give feedback to DSG.
Non-Greek selective living groups cannot hold recruitment events this year, per a Tuesday email sent to SLG housing liaisons obtained by The Chronicle.
The Palmer Memorial Institute, a historic secondary school that served Black students before desegregation, was designated one of the nation’s ”most endangered historic” places in May.
Duke will continue most of its current COVID-19 protocols into the fall semester, according to an email sent to students, faculty and staff from the COVID-19 Vaccination Planning Work Group on Tuesday morning.
After 14 years with the University, Michael Schoenfeld, vice president for public affairs and government relations and chief communications officer, will leave Duke at the end of July.
Meta, the parent company of Facebook, will soon open an office and establish a “significant presence” in Durham, according to reporting by WRAL TechWire.
Valerie Ashby, dean of Duke's Trinity College of Arts and Sciences and the daughter of two high school teachers, was seemingly destined to be an educator. Now, after a seven-year tenure at Duke, Ashby has a wealth of memories, accomplishments and advice under her belt.
Duke’s last day of classes was a cause for many celebrations.