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'A wake up call': New study reveals drastic decline in ring-tailed lemur population

(01/20/17 5:14am)

With their striped black-and-white tails, ring-tailed lemurs are one of the most iconic and easily-recognizable lemur species. Yet a recent Duke study reveals that there are only about 2,000 ring-tailed lemurs left across 32 sites in Madagascar—a 95 percent decrease in their population since 2000.

A Chronicle guide to the election: Part two

(09/23/16 4:36am)

Before election day, The Chronicle is creating a series of explainers about who's who on the ballot, to supplement continuing coverage of the presidential contest. Part two of this series includes the North Carolina secretary of state, auditor, commissioner of agriculture, commissioner of insurance and commissioner of labor. Also, check out our guide to voting on Duke's campus. A North Carolina sample ballot listing all the races to be voted on by campus residents is available below.