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Duke Law School’s Wrongful Convictions Clinic has successfully pursued the exoneration of six men, whose images and descriptions are displayed in their meeting room. The clinic may soon hang a seventh frame.
Duke will fork over more than a dozen times the salary of men’s basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski to the federal government in a research misconduct case settlement—$112.5 million.
Last week, the Duke Student Government (DSG) Senate voted to ban laptop use during their weekly Wednesday night sessions. The new policy, unsurprisingly, was met with mixed responses, notably from Senators Jimmy Xiao and Kyle Melatti, who cited accessibility issues, in speaking out against the ban. Meanwhile, President Kristina Smith, and President pro-tempore Avery Boltwood spoke in favor of the new policy, claiming that it would improve engagement during long, multi-hour DSG sessions. Although not as “scandalous” in comparison to some past DSG controversies, this new policy provides an opportune time to reflect upon our student government’s many shortcomings (and positives).
Graeme Stinson, the ace of Duke’s pitching staff, is expected to be a first-round pick in this summer’s MLB Draft, and if Tuesday was any indication, his younger brother has the potential to reach similar heights.
From designer babies to genetically modified food, gene editing has brought many ethical questions to the forefront. A Stanford professor came to campus Tuesday to discuss some of these questions that gene editing presents.
Over spring break, I made an unforgivably heinous choice: I decided to start watching “America’s Next Top Model."
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Two Duke students got to see their research take center stage in the United States Supreme Court Tuesday.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Three years ago, the Supreme Court upheld a ruling that forced North Carolina to redraw congressional districts to eliminate racial gerrymandering. Now, gerrymandering in North Carolina has made its way back to the Supreme Court.
With the NFL Draft less than a month away, the quarterback buzz is nearing a fever pitch.
Every day on my walk to class, I stroll past the stunning Duke Chapel that towers above me. Sometimes I stop to stretch my head up and take in the glorious architecture. I see this iconic structure every day, but I can’t remember the last time I’ve stepped in. The chapel is the epicenter of this school, yet religion is the most distant thing I experience on this campus. The stained-glass windows give me aesthetic delight and a warmth of nostalgia, but the reminder of religious institutions brings back dormant memories that leave a sinking feeling in my stomach.
Women's income is rarely sufficient to propel a household into the the top one percent of the U.S. income distribution, a recent Duke study suggested.
I'm not going to lie, I was worried.
Part of a fringe sub-sub-genre lovingly dubbed “The Wave,” La Dispute is a divisive entity with a fiercely loyal following and a way with words. Over 10 years ago, they released their first full-length album, “Somewhere at the Bottom of the River Between Vega and Altair” — an album that turned Japanese folklore into scream-spoken vocals set to all manner of instrumentals influenced by screamo, jazz, prog-rock and punk. Now heralded as “one of the most unique hardcore albums of the century,” “Somewhere” flipped the script on what it meant to be a hardcore or post-hardcore band.
A recent oceanography study sponsored by Duke, along with other institutions, discovered new insight into how the ocean circulates.
Antisemitism is a complex issue with many sources and players, but historian Deborah Lipstadt is trying to making it easier for people to understand.
Duke will pay $112.5 million to the U.S. government to settle a lawsuit in which a research assistant allegedly falsified and fabricated data that helped get them federal grants.
3OH!3 and Sammy Adams will headline Old Duke this year, Duke University Union told The Chronicle Monday.
Sunday night, the top-seeded Blue Devils narrowly avoided an upset at the hands of Central Florida 77-76 in Columbia, S.C, advancing to the Sweet 16. The Blue Zone breaks down three key takeaways, three key stats and looks forward for the Duke squad:
Duke will pay $112.5 million to the federal government in a settlement for a lawsuit regarding its handling of falsified data that the suit alleged was linked to $200 million in federal research grants.
Walking through the Rubenstein Library gallery, one can’t help but be drawn to the photographic portraits now lining the walls, its subjects staring directly out at the viewer as though asking them to approach.