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Akhilesh Shivaramakrishnan advocates for accessibility to DSG in executive vice president platform

(03/26/24 12:32am)

Akhilesh Shivaramakrishnan, the sole candidate for Duke Student Government executive vice president, aims to improve DSG’s internal structure and build stronger ties with first-year students, student groups and the Durham community.

Duke inequality studies minor sees over 150 students enrolled in courses, 3 years after inception

(02/26/24 1:41am)

In 2020, Arts and Sciences Council voted to create a new inequality studies minor. Three years since its inception, the minor has seen significant growth, with over 150 students currently enrolled across its three courses.

Durham assistant district attorney admonished for failing to notify rape victim of assaulter’s reduced sentence

(02/15/24 4:24am)

In a private letter obtained by The News & Observer, the North Carolina State Bar committee admonished Durham Assistant District Attorney Michael Wallace on Feb. 1 for failing to notify a victim of rape before the perpetrator’s sentence was reduced, allowing him to leave prison.

‘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. 

Robert Sprung aims to advocate for QuadEx reform, reinvigorate on-campus social infrastructure in DSG presidential campaign

(02/27/23 12:55pm)

If elected Duke Student Government president, Robert Sprung hopes to elevate student voices and create long-lasting change on campus that impacts all spheres of student life, especially those pertaining to equality, social infrastructure and student living. 

Duke experts part of first-ever team to use enzyme replacement to treat Pompe disease in fetus

(12/08/22 1:08am)

Duke experts were part of a team that was the first to ever provide enzyme replacement therapy to a fetus to treat infantile-onset Pompe disease. While untreated infantile-onset Pompe disease patients rarely live past their first year of life, now-17-month-old patient, Ayla Bashir, is eating, drinking and living normally after having received the treatment.

Michael Schur, creator of “The Good Place,” speaks about leading an ethical life

(10/20/22 1:19am)

Michael Schur stopped by Duke University on Friday to speak as part of the “Ethics of Now” series that features conversations between Duke historian and professor Adriane-Lentz Smith and artists, advocates and authors on ethics affecting the Duke and Durham communities.

From article repository to full-fledged journal: Vertices takes undergrad research to new heights

(09/19/22 2:53am)

Since the 1980s, Vertices has been an article repository where Duke undergraduates could share their original research. Now, it’s transitioned into a full-fledged peer-reviewed research journal, allowing students to share their scientific research like never before.