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In order to “promote safety during ongoing construction,” vehicle access on Chapel Drive between the roundabout and the Chapel will be temporarily restricted, according to an Aug. 10 release and a Monday email sent from Vice President of Operations Russel Thompson to all Duke students.
The Duke Telecommunications Building, which houses the DukeCard Office and the Technology Engagement Center, was flooded on Aug. 2.
The Department of Education’s student loan suspension program is set to expire in the coming months, meaning interest and repayments on federal student loans will resume for the first time in over three years. Interest will begin accumulating on federal student loans on Sept. 1, while payments are set to restart in October.
A new five-year partnership between Duke Health and Microsoft will work to “redefine the health care landscape” through collaborative work on generative artificial intelligence and cloud technology, according to a Tuesday announcement.
The Food and Drug Administration will award up to $50 million over five years to help Duke and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill establish a new research center.
Duke students will be able to request a voter ID from the University in two upcoming elections to fulfill North Carolina’s new photo voter identification requirement.
Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed three bills affecting the LGBTQ+ community on July 5, which would have placed restrictions on transgender athletes, discussions about gender identity and sexuality in elementary schools and gender-affirming care for minors.
Every year, the Young Trustee selection process sees just one undergraduate student chosen among the entire undergraduate student population to serve on the Board of Trustees. However, there are a few other avenues by which students can contribute to Duke’s long-term strategy as voting members.
Duke students will soon be able to bet on their favorite sports teams, including the Blue Devils.
Masking at Duke Health facilities will be optional for patients, visitors and employees in most circumstances beginning Tuesday, according to an announcement to Duke University Health System employees by Frances Rogers, senior communications specialist at the DUHS.
Duke University Health System has identified 280 positions for reduction after “careful consideration and in-depth analysis over many months,” according to a Thursday statement written by Duke Health officials.
Duke University Health System policies on providing reproductive care, including abortions, will remain unchanged until the law’s provisions go into effect in July, according to an email to The Chronicle from Matthew Barber, chair of the department of obstetrics and gynecology at Duke University Medical School.
Republican legislators in the North Carolina General Assembly voted to override Governor Roy Cooper’s veto of Senate Bill 20, also known as the Care for Women, Children and Families Act, on Tuesday night.
Four Duke faculty and three alumni were among the 171 scientists, writers, scholars and artists who were awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship this year.
The Chronicle has compiled a list of resources and events available to students through reading period and finals week before final exams officially start Monday.
Three bills filed in the North Carolina General Assembly last week would bar transgender athletes from playing on girls' high school and middle school sports teams.
On Tuesday, President Joseph Biden visited Durham to kick off his administration’s “Investing in America” tour. The three-week tour is focused on promoting Biden’s economic agenda and touting major legislation that he has signed into law, including the Inflation Reduction Act, the CHIPS and Science Act, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the American Rescue Plan.
The U.S. Senate voted Thursday to confirm Daniel Werfel, Sanford ’97, to be the next commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service.
A pair of deadly shootings recently went undetected by ShotSpotter, the controversial gunshot detection technology currently being piloted by the city of Durham. A spokesperson for the Durham Police Department told CBS17 that police did not receive an alert for a Feb. 5 shooting at Fay and Juniper Streets and a shooting last Thursday on Park Avenue. Both shootings resulted in two total deaths.
Several months after Meta announced that they would be establishing a “significant presence” in Durham in June 2022, details have finally emerged as to what that presence will look like. On Feb. 13, Meta confirmed that it secured office space at the American Tobacco Campus in downtown Durham.