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How do the religious beliefs, political habits, COVID-19 opinions of the Class of 2026 compare to their other survey answers?

(04/06/23 12:39am)

Editor's note: This story is part of a series about the Class of 2026 based on a survey conducted by The Chronicle. You can read more about our methodology and limitations here, or see all of our survey coverage here.

‘Duke is for Lovers’: A story of four murals, one library party and decades of finding love on campus

(02/14/23 3:02am)

Far past the first floor Perkins library desk and hidden behind bookshelves and tables, a mural is plastered against the wall, with its colors faded by years of sunlight exposure. The top of the installation is titled: “Duke is for Lovers.” Below the text are photos of Duke couples throughout many years getting married. 

Visiting Professor Pawan Dhingra discusses 'model minority' misconceptions, expanding Asian American studies

(01/21/23 11:10pm)

Author and professor Pawan Dhingra discussed expanding Asian American studies and the historical misconceptions surrounding Asians being regarded as the “model minority” at a Thursday event hosted at the Karsh Alumni Center by Duke and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Sanford School of Public Policy names Jay Pearson as inaugural associate dean of diversity, equity and inclusion

(12/07/22 4:34am)

The Sanford School of Public Policy announced Jay Pearson, H.M. Foundation associate professor of public policy, as the inaugural associate dean of diversity, equity and inclusion. He will assume the role on Jan. 1. 

Durham to pilot controversial gunshot detection technology ShotSpotter, community members express concerns

(10/20/22 2:16am)

Community members felt comfortable approaching Jerry Christian, pastor at Russell Memorial CME Church, to voice concerns about racial profiling with the implementation of ShotSpotter. Soon Christian, Divinity School ‘22, found himself echoing those same fears at a community forum in September.