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Flashes of yellow could be seen among the overwhelming sea of blue faces at this year's Duke-UNC basketball game showing Duke students’ opposition to North Carolina’s controversial marriage amendment.
Dec. 1 is World AIDS Day. Despite the increasingly large effort to heighten AIDS awareness worldwide, the state of North Carolina is still affected by the disease.
North Carolina voters will be given a chance to vote on the Republican-sponsored N.C. Defense of Marriage Act in the upcoming election. This bill would amend the state constitution to define marriage as strictly a union between a man and a woman. The Chronicle's Jack Mercola spoke with Duke students on the issue.
The eleven candidates for residential life and dining branch of the DSG senate are Zoe Bulger, Andrew Franklin, Momin Ghaffar, Matt Grossman, Amanda Ho, Emily Kuo, Etka Kurucan, Bernadette Leblond, Meaghan Li, Phoebe Long and Margaret Perry. The voting process will take place on Monday from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. via a link that will be sent to each students’ Duke email account. The Chronicle’s Jack Mercola spoke with nine candidates about their campaigns. Li and Perry failed to respond.
To stand in solidarity with those incarcerated at the United States’ Guantanamo Bay detention center, students from several groups from both Duke and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have banded together to establish a makeshift prison on the Chapel Quad.
Given the legal privacy of student records and the lack of definitive University sanctions when suspended students return to campus, a rapist could serve as Duke Student Government president or in another leadership position.
Sophomore Fedja Pavlovic has withdrawn from the race for Duke Student Government vice president for residential life.
This story was updated at 3:56 p.m. April 5.
Only at Bull City Burger and Brewery will you find patrons eagerly munching on food ridden with bugs.
From an old studio on the fringes of East Campus, Duke University sometimes resonates a hum, sometimes wails an infernal weirdness. Its varied buzz can be heard throughout much of the Triangle by tuning a radio dial to 88.7 FM.
Crystal Mangum was bonded out Wednesday from Durham County Jail, according to county records.
Former Gov. Bev Perdue, who was recently appointed to a distinguished fellowship at the Sanford School of Public Policy, visited campus Tuesday to discuss education and policymaking with a small group of students.
For true innovation to thrive, business leaders should primarily value the interests of their company’s customers, said Bill McDermott, co-CEO of German software corporation SAP AG, in a talk at the Fuqua School of Business Tuesday afternoon.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Barack Obama renewed his oath of office just before noon Monday and used the inaugural stage to advocate for a more equal and progressive nation.
The competition has been settled for limited food vendor space on West Campus.
Local eatery Parker and Otis will be out of commission for the rest of the month after sustaining damage from a fire during winter break and will be closed temporarily for repairs.
This semester, Duke Student Government has worked on several major initiatives, including eliminating the statute of limitations on sexual harassment reporting at the University, finding a suitable replacement for Tailgate and facilitating the implementation of gender-neutral housing on West Campus, among other things. The Chronicle’s Jack Mercola sat down with DSG President Alex Swain, a senior, to talk about the body’s successes so far and goals for the rest of the academic year.
The Freeman Center for Jewish Life has cleaned graffiti on its sign along campus drive, but suspects in the incident of vandalism have yet to be found, said Rebecca Simons, director for Jewish life.