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Duke School of Medicine professor describes mandatory equity training as "Maoist political propaganda," refuses to attend

(05/25/22 4:02am)

A Duke professor disputed with department members about mandatory training with the Office for Institutional Equity, calling the modules “left-wing Maoist political propaganda workshops,” according to an email chain among Duke School of Medicine Molecular Genetics and Microbiology department members obtained by The Chronicle. 

K-Ville Zero Waste program educates students on composting, reduces waste on game days

(03/01/22 6:19am)

On game days, the trash bins in Krzyzewskiville quickly become filled with an unappetizing mixture of food scraps, disposable containers and plastic cups. A student-run initiative is helping to divert K-Ville’s compostable waste before it reaches landfills.

Forbidden real estate and broken promises: The history of housing inequality in Durham

(11/09/21 4:19am)

Look around Durham today, and you’ll see neighborhoods like Walltown, Trinity Heights and Hickstown, as well as the Durham Freeway that cuts diagonally through the city. These houses and highways have existed for decades, but few know the full story behind them.