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Two Duke students publish Space Medicine, the first student-created Coursera course to date

(01/12/22 1:28am)

After tremendous success as a house course and online learning experience, Space Medicine has become the first student-created, officially published Coursera course to date, with over one thousand learners already registered to blast off.






The Chronicle’s guide to early voting in the 2021 Durham municipal elections

(09/15/21 2:56am)

Though election days are still weeks away, Durhamites will be able to take advantage of early voting in municipal elections starting this Thursday, Sept. 16. For those unsure of when or where to go, The Chronicle has put together a quick guide to early voting in Durham.






Breakdown of tenured professors at Duke shows disparities in race, gender

(06/29/21 1:25am)

In light of national discussions surrounding the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill’s decision to originally not offer tenure status to Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, The Chronicle analyzed the demographic makeup of Duke’s faculty to see how the University compares to peer institutions.