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Duke’s on-campus gyms return to regular hours of operation as in-person classes begin

(01/17/22 3:06am)

With Duke’s constantly changing COVID-19 policies, the operating hours for on-campus gyms have been in flux. Fortunately for students who have had trouble squeezing their workout into limited hours, Duke has announced that Brodie and Wilson Gyms will soon return to normal hours.

‘We’re fighting for working class people’: Durham County Commissioner Nida Allam makes bid for U.S. House

(11/30/21 7:24am)

High-quality public education, affordable housing, reproductive justice and a safe, livable planet: those are just some of the tenets of Durham County Commissioner Nida Allam’s platform as she now takes on Congress.

'People should have a choice of the identity that they want to create here': How first-year students feel about QuadEx

(09/15/21 7:09pm)

Duke will be transitioning to a residential college system, starting with the Class of 2025. While first-years’ thoughts on the actual structure of the QuadEx program varied, many felt overwhelmed being the first class of students thrown into the system.

Point of Reckoning: Duke alum’s book highlights history of desegregation, student activism at Duke

(07/07/21 1:53am)

In his book “Point of Reckoning: The Fight for Racial Justice at Duke University,” Theodore D. Segal, Trinity ‘77, sheds light on Duke’s story of desegregation, student activism in the 1960s and concerning behavioral patterns among administrators.