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Picture this. It’s a gorgeous fall day, and you’re walking across the quad enjoying the sunlight and breathing in the fresh air—until you walk right into a cloud of cigarette smoke.
At the Duke Student Government Senate meeting Wednesday, Treasurer Nick Santangelo, a sophomore, proposed to recommend to the Board of Trustees an increase in DSG's component of the student activities fee from $127.64 to $130.45 per student for the year.
Duke Student Government Senate heard from Stephen Bryan, director of the Office of Student Conduct, about last year's conduct cases and senior Dev Dabke, chief justice of the judiciary, about a new initiative.
Valerie Ashby, dean of the Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, spoke at Wednesday's Duke Student Government Senate meeting to discuss Trinity's academic priorities and curriculum plans.
At its Wednesday meeting, the Duke Student Government Senate heard from Sam Miglarese—assistant vice president of Durham and regional affairs—about the state of the Duke-Durham partnership and voted on funding requests from Blue Devils United, basketball line monitors and the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity.
A few weeks ago, the Duke Student Government Student Organization Funding Committee was successfully sued by FORM Magazine. Last week, Duke College Republicans tried to follow FORM's suit.
You were the president of your high school debate team. You are rejected from Duke Debate.
Goodbye, Central Campus. Hello, West.
Larry Moneta, vice president for student affairs, said the University plans to phase out undergraduate housing on Central Campus by summer of 2019, at a Duke Student Government Senate meeting Wednesday evening.
Ever since 2006, when The Chronicle moved to make the Editorial Board into an independent section, members have relished being able to discuss and write on topics ranging from the never-ending tuition hikes to Kendrick Lamar. With the 93rd academic year now in full swing, the Editorial Board would like to take a break from our usual commentating to instead reflect upon and highlight some of our favorite editorials from the preceding year.
In previous years, the Duke Student Government Student Organization Financing Committee has repeatedly funded Duke Catholic Center events.