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This is the second story in a multi-part series on the student conduct process. The first story, published last week, examined the experience of one student who went through the student conduct process and felt that she was treated unfairly. If you have had experiences with the Office of Student Conduct that you would like to share with The Chronicle in a confidential manner, please contact Claire Ballentine or Neelesh Moorthy.
Imagine that the Blue Devil himself came to you and offered a deal. You could decide whether someone at Duke made a Nobel Prize winning discovery next year. If you wished it, a Duke scientist would make a groundbreaking discovery and win one of science's most prestigious awards.
This is the first story in a multi-part series on the student conduct process. The Chronicle has changed the name of the student referred to as Jane Doe due to the sensitive nature of the story. Doe’s account is based on interviews with her as well as documents she provided to The Chronicle from the student conduct process.
When Richard Brodhead called up his close friends at Yale to tell them that he would be taking the President’s job at Duke, they were shocked.
The Associated Press reported last week that Paul Manafort—former campaign manager for President Donald Trump—had worked to assist the government of Russian President Vladimir Putin prior to joining the Trump campaign.
Following an article examining a lawsuit filed by men’s soccer player Ciaran McKenna against Duke for allegedly mishandling his sexual assault hearings, The Chronicle is taking a closer look at aspects of the case, beginning with the role of James Coleman, Jr. a Duke law professor.
At the height of the Duke lacrosse case, Stephen Miller made a name for himself on national television defending facts.
A judge in Durham Superior Court ruled Wednesday that the complaint in a lawsuit filed by a men’s soccer player accused of sexual assault should be unsealed.
Michael Munger, professor of political science and director of the Philosophy, Politics and Economics certificate program, sat down with The Chronicle to discuss the immigration ban, anti-intellectualism and government spending during a conversation about the new Congress and the Trump administration.
Duke’s chief lobbyist Chris Simmons discussed the immigration ban, government grants, public-sector internships and Title IX during a conversation Wednesday about Duke’s relationship with the new Congress and the Trump administration.
Mehdi Ordikhani Seyedlar was on track to begin a postdoctoral position at Duke in one of the most prestigious biomedical engineering labs in the country. Then he saw the news on Saturday morning.
When Charlie Rose asked President Donald Trump’s senior advisor Stephen Miller, Trinity ’07, about the “chaos and turmoil” that followed Trump’s executive order halting immigration, Miller responded with a line that was representative of his entire political career.
North Carolina Rep. David Price appeared sympathetic but powerless to help as he heard stories from refugee families at Smith Warehouse Monday afternoon.
UPDATE: Kadivar has returned to North Carolina, confirmed Michael Schoenfeld, vice president for public affairs and government relations. The Religion News Service reported that Kadivar got back Thursday evening, cutting short his fellowship in Germany that would have lasted until July.
Vincent Price’s large paycheck will likely get even larger when he starts his term as president next year.
When former Trinity Dean Laurie Patton asked the Arts and Sciences Council’s Curriculum Committee whether the Trinity undergraduate curriculum needed an update, faculty told her that it wasn’t broken enough.
By 10 p.m., the anxiety at the Sanford School of Public Policy was palpable.
As part of The Chronicle's election coverage, we talked to Peter Feaver, professor of political science and public policy, and Bruce Jentleson, professor of public policy and political science, about how foreign policy will play a role in determining the winner of the 2016 presidential contest. Feaver served on the staff of the National Security Council during the George W. Bush White House. Jentleson served as a senior advisor in the State Department from 2009 to 2011.
Senior Izzy Marie* was sitting in her final round interview with a top consulting firm when she had a revelation.