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The last day of finals came and went and students, amidst the stress of finding storage and a ride to RDU, were able to reflect on their year(s) at Duke. It's a nostalgic time but a happy one too. The Chronicle's Roshni Jain spoke with Dukies about their sentiments and goodbyes.
If there was ever a place that offered a meal to compensate for a year’s worth of barely palatable college food, it’s The Fairview Dining Room. Located in the ever glamorous Washington Duke Inn, these meals are often far out of the meager college budget of monopoly money-esque food points. If anyone were ever to face the apocalyptic problem of extra food points, this would be the place to spend it. I was afforded the wonderful pleasure of experiencing samplings from their new Spring Menu in advance. Words fail me.
Duke University is one of the most beautiful campuses country, according to Travel and Leisure Magazine's top 30 list.
Congratulations, freshmen! You have completed your first full week of college. No, shockingly, we do not count Orientation Week as the first week of school. Go figure.
Now that you’ve experienced college and gotten through most of your challenges by the time-old strategy of “winging it,” it’s time to learn some things about Duke that few know but all should.
We have weathered the storm, literally.
Today’s national forecast: hot, dry and divided.
Education might help foot the bill that government has been racking up for years now.
Bro, Brah, Broski, Brosef, Broseidon….Also Known As Prime Minister of Italy. The only political leader to serve longer than him in all of Italy’s history is Mussolini. But that’s just a useless fun fact, of course. He has been known to be friends with Muammar Qaddafi. Just another day in the life.
Are Lady Gaga and Mother Teresa cut from the same cloth?
North Carolina has begun carrying out a program of reparations for victims of its forced sterilization program that ran through 1970s.
Some members of Durham’s Latino community are looking for greater resources and community outreach from public officials.
With the passing of Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans, the Duke community has lost one of its most devoted and passionate members.
North Carolina will have to wait its turn to become a major factor in the 2012 presidential election.
Duke received $50 million for financial aid Monday—the largest gift in the University’s history from individual donors.
Black Friday may be over, but the sales continue in Durham.
A new education program will introduce students to college courses while they are still in high school.