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There were 21 new positive coronavirus tests at Duke between Oct. 17 and Oct. 23, out of 15,378 total tests, according to data released Monday on the University’s COVID-19 testing tracker.
How can we use the arts to bridge racial divisions and engage with pressing issues of race and racism?
Three Chronicle staff members won second place and one former staff member received an honorable mention in the Associated Collegiate Press’s 2020 Individual Awards competition.
From Title IX to personal data, policy changes were the main topic of discussion for the Academic Council this week.
There were 12 new positive coronavirus tests at Duke between Oct. 3 and Oct. 9, out of 15,187 total tests, according to data released Monday on the University’s COVID-19 testing tracker.
In a Friday email from Gary Bennett, vice provost for undergraduate education, and Mary Pat McMahon, vice provost and vice president of student affairs, Duke announced that all students who request spring housing will be able to live on campus.
With North Carolina entering Phase 3 of reopening at 5 p.m. Friday, Duke’s safety guidelines are staying the same.
There were eight new positive coronavirus tests at Duke between Sept 19. and Sept. 25, out of 14,141 total tests, according to data released Monday on the University’s COVID-19 testing tracker.
There were six new positive coronavirus tests at Duke between Sept. 5 and Sept. 11, out of 7,582 total tests, according to data released Monday on the University’s COVID-19 testing tracker.
As of Aug. 27, there were 29 pending cases of “more flagrant misconduct and persistent non-compliance by individuals or groups of students” being investigated by the Office of Student Conduct, wrote Mary Pat McMahon, vice provost and vice president for student affairs, and Gary Bennett, vice provost for undergraduate education, in a Sunday email to undergraduates.
As campus reopens during a pandemic, East Campus resident assistants told The Chronicle that issues with enforcement and communication, especially during the lead-up to classes, have left them feeling frustrated.
In a Thursday talk, Susan Rice, who served as national security advisor in former U.S. President Barack Obama’s administration, spoke to a Zoom audience about the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing movements for racial justice.
Duke named Daniel Ennis the next executive vice president Friday, to replace current EVP Tallman Trask when Trask steps down from the role later this year.
North Carolina State University announced Thursday—ten days after their semester began—that undergraduate classes will move online starting Monday, Aug. 24.
From daily symptom monitoring to isolation procedures, Duke is implementing testing, tracing and quarantining to combat the spread of the coronavirus on campus this fall.
Students can prepare for a socially distant move-in and lots of single rooms for the Fall semester.
International students, already dealing with travel restrictions and an unusual upcoming semester amid a pandemic, now face the prospect of losing their visa status and ability to stay in the country if they don’t take in-person classes.
As classes—and the coronavirus—continue into the summer, Duke’s default satisfactory/unsatisfactory grading system from the spring semester in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and distance learning is no longer applicable.
Palestine Legal, an independent organization that provides advocacy and litigation to individuals who speak out about Palestinian issues, is pushing Duke to rectify what the organization deems “a pattern of monitoring and policing of student speech,” according to an email from Zoha Khalili, a staff attorney at the organization, to Mary Pat McMahon, vice provost and vice president for student affairs.
The North Carolina Supreme Court ruled 6-1 Friday that two death row inmates can present evidence that race tainted their trials, a significant decision for many prisoners on death row in the state.