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Heather Raslan aims to collaborate with student organizations, improve internal structure in DSG presidential campaign

(03/26/24 1:26am)

Duke Student Government presidential candidate Heather Raslan aims to build collaborative partnerships with student organizations, enhance DSG’s internal structure and make DSG an accessible resource for all students to actualize their goals and address their needs. 

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Maria Ressa discusses journalism, influence of technology

(02/09/24 5:34am)

Maria Ressa, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Filipino-American journalist, spoke about her experiences in journalism, the influence of technology and social media and her perspective on the future of journalism at a Rubenstein Distinguished Lecture Thursday evening. 

‘No one knew what was going on’: Students frustrated at Duke’s emergency response to UNC shooting, express initial shock

(09/01/23 2:42am)

Following Monday’s shooting at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that left one faculty member dead and UNC’s campus under lockdown for hours, some Duke students expressed feelings of worry during the situation and disappointment towards Duke’s emergency response. 

‘Ensure everyone has access to resources they need and deserve’: Meet Undergraduate Young Trustee finalist Sydney Hunt

(03/21/23 3:57am)

As a Young Trustee finalist, senior Sydney Hunt hopes to increase accessibility to resources within Duke, address the impacts of technological evolution on the University and ultimately give back to the school that has provided much for her. 

Ways to commemorate and pay it forward on MLK Day in Durham

(01/12/23 2:32am)

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Jan. 16 is a national day of service, designated to encourage Americans to take action and volunteer to improve their communities. The Chronicle has compiled a list of ways to volunteer at Duke and Durham this upcoming weekend to commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Oral COVID vaccine shows promising immune response in Duke study

(07/18/22 11:43pm)

A Duke study published in May led by Stephanie Langel, medical instructor in the department of surgery, found potential in a new oral COVID-19 vaccine. Langel’s work studied the vaccine with hamsters in conditions that mimicked human exposures, showing that the vaccine has the ability to boost mucosal immunity to protect individuals from infection and limit airborne transmission within a community.