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Thousands of students graduated from Duke University today. Muhammad Yunus was the commencement speaker and David Distenfeld was the student speaker.
The Chronicle's Kat Shirrell covered the Elements Chinese dance performance this weekend. Here are some of her photographs from the color-filled event:
Krzyzewskiville residents, batten down the hatches.
Duke's Fuqua School of Business has been ranked 20th in the Financial Times 2010 Global MBA rankings.
Duke gets to hang out with the cool kids, according to a recently released college popularity ranking.
November 10 was the day the economic turmoil of the past year and a half hit home for many Duke undergraduates.
Duke students got a new curriculum and a brand new housing model in the first years of the decade, altering academic and social life on campus.
A football center, an art museum, a dormitory and a science center.
Frank Lombard pleaded guilty today in federal court to a child sex charge, WRAL reports. The former associate director of the Health Inequalities Program at Duke's Global Health Institute could face up to 30 years in prison when he is sentenced in March.
Campus Council has released the list of selective living groups that can squat, or choose to remain in their current sections.
For much of our 30-minute interview, Gary Hull, a Duke lecturing fellow in sociology, and I discussed academic freedom, the challenges of self-publishing and the Enlightenment.
China's sovereign wealth fund, presided over by a Duke trustee, is set to make a large investment in another trustee's Los Angeles-based investment firm.
If the recession has you hunting for work, Duke is probably not the place to send your resume.
The Duke University Police Department has released campus crime numbers for the 2008 calendar year in its annual Clery Security Report, as required by the federal Clery Act.
Peter Feaver, Alexander F. Hehmeyer professor of political science and director of the Triangle Institute for Security Studies, was quoted in the New York Times Sunday. The article, by Peter Baker, discusses how President Barack Obama has gained few concessions from foreign leaders, despite the good will he has built up abroad.
Video produced by Lawson Kurtz and Chase Olivieri/The Chronicle.
Just over 25 percent of students voted in Duke Student Government elections Monday, approving all four referendum items and electing 17 senators and the first special secretary for the Young Trustee process. DSG Attorney General Var Shankar, a senior, provided The Chronicle with elections results: