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Students unenrolled from Neuro 101 due to shift in instructors, must re-enroll starting Thursday

(07/22/21 1:56am)

Students enrolled or waitlisted in Biological Basis of Behavior (Neuro 101) were unenrolled from the course due to shifts in teaching staff, according to a Wednesday morning email to enrolled students from Bridgette Hard and Leonard White, directors of undergraduate studies in psychology and neuroscience, which was obtained by The Chronicle.

Duke to require use of accrued time off for COVID-related absences starting Sept. 1

(06/21/21 7:36pm)

Duke staff must use vacation or sick time “for all instances where work is not being performed” starting Sept. 1, according to a June 9 message to vice presidents, vice provosts, deans, directors, department heads and managers from Vice President for Administration Kyle Cavanaugh.

And without paper, it could not have happened (unless you had a camera)

(06/01/21 3:58am)

If you’ve ever been in the 301 Flowers office, you’ve probably stared at the iconic print paper editions hanging on the walls. The “Five Golden Rings” headline with a gleaming Coach K. Front pages that document Steve Schewel becoming mayor of Durham. A tribute to Matt Sclafani, our late 1990-91 editor-in-chief. Our papers have documented bits and pieces of Duke history, from devastating basketball losses to really creepy paintings in dorms.

Duke updates 'Duke-supported' domestic and international student travel guidelines

(05/26/21 6:22pm)

Duke will continue to suspend Duke-supported international travel unless considered “essential” and consider requests for domestic travel that is “necessary and reasonable,” according to a Wednesday email to undergraduate, graduate and professional students from Gary Bennett, vice provost of undergraduate education and Mary Pat McMahon, vice provost of student affairs.

Q&A: President Vincent Price on his first four years at Duke, post-pandemic life, ongoing initiatives

(05/21/21 5:03am)

Vincent Price took office at Duke in 2017 as the University’s 10th president. He has guided Duke through a difficult year during the coronavirus pandemic. Now, as the University prepares for some semblance of normality, many are wondering: where do we go from here?