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Revisiting Duke’s student movements demanding divestment from Israel

(05/16/24 5:01am)

In recent months, pro-Palestinian demonstrations on college campuses across the country have demanded universities disclose and cut off dealings tied to Israel, but institutions including Duke have not answered the call.

Former Palestinian PM talks two-state solution, creating sustainable peace at Provost’s Initiative event

(04/02/24 4:20am)

Salam Fayyad, former prime minister of the Palestinian Authority, spoke at a Monday event about the viability of the two-state solution and the need for a more inclusive approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Emily Yagoda aims to ‘connect, empower and transform’ in bid for DSG president

(03/26/24 1:00am)

Running on the platform “connect, empower and transform,” Duke Student Government presidential candidate Emily Yagoda hopes to amplify diverse student voices on campus, facilitate collaboration with student groups and promote open communication. 

From SLGs to LLCs: How The Cube and Langdorm have begun adapting to QuadEx

(02/15/24 4:30am)

Starting in fall 2023, non-Greek selective living groups were required to transition into living learning communities or Duke Student Government-approved student groups in order to live in sections in campus housing or hold recruitment events as part of QuadEx. 

Community members ‘walk in’ at over 30 Durham public schools in solidarity with classified workers

(02/08/24 1:42am)

Durham community members gathered outside Merrick-Moore Elementary School Wednesday morning for a “walk-in” in solidarity with classified workers of Durham Public Schools, who are facing pay cuts and ongoing staffing issues. 

Nationally-renowned law professor Matthew Waxman discusses long-term implications of Israel-Hamas war

(01/24/24 6:32am)

Matthew Waxman, a law professor at Columbia University and an adjunct senior fellow for Law and Foreign Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations, spoke at Tuesday’s Program in American Grand Strategy event on the long-term implications of the war between Israel and Hamas.

‘Durham as my home base’: A look at those transferring from DKU to Duke

(12/26/23 5:26am)

Most Duke Kunshan University students from the Class of 2024 and 2025 began their college experience in Durham, when the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic made travel to China impossible. In the following years, several DKU students have applied to transfer to Duke, citing pandemic disruptions and academic differences as some of their reasons to return to Durham. 

Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth addresses challenges to military recruitment at AGS event

(11/16/23 4:34am)

Christine Wormuth, United States Secretary of the Army, spoke at a Wednesday fireside chat hosted by the Duke Program in American Grand Strategy about the current state of civil-military relations and the challenges to the Army’s recruitment efforts. 

US Surgeon General begins national speaking tour in Page Auditorium, talks ‘public health issue’ of loneliness

(10/27/23 1:32am)

U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy and Duke men’s basketball coach Jon Scheyer spoke Wednesday in Page Auditorium about the “public health issue” of loneliness as part of the first stop on Murthy’s “We Are Made To Connect” national tour.