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'We have to remember the four-legged and the winged ones': The fight for Standing Rock comes to Duke

(11/04/16 4:00am)

Native American tribal council members from North Dakota showed students and community members the devastation that the Dakota Access Pipeline will have on natural resources and the indigenous people living in the area Thursday evening.





Five more years: Larry Moneta reflects on time as vice president for student affairs, looks forward to future

(10/13/16 4:15am)

Known around campus by his moniker "LMo," Larry Moneta is a fixture at Duke. After serving as vice president for student affairs since 2001, Moneta was reappointed to a fourth five-year term lasting through June 30, 2021, Provost Sally Kornbluth announced last week. The Chronicle spoke with Moneta about what he has learned at Duke so far and his plans for the future.









Law professor dissects white-collar crime in new book

(09/05/16 4:37am)

Sam Buell, Bernard M. Fishman professor of law, recently published a book entitled “Capital Offenses: Business, Crime and Punishment in America’s Corporate Age,” in which he explores the nuances of prosecuting corporate crime. The Chronicle’s Likhitha Butchireddygari spoke with Buell about the ideas he presents in his work.