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Mike Posner sits in his Randolph dorm room laying down hip-hop beats at 3 a.m. He has performed on live radio and was almost signed to a rap label. He has Ron Artest's number in his cell phone.
Negotiations to bring a Starbucks to campus are accelerating and a contract signing is "imminent," administrators said Thursday.
After months of delays, Tommy's... Rubs, Grubs and Suds will open today in the McClendon Tower space formerly occupied by Rick's Diner.
Mike Nifong was re-elected as Durham District Attorney Tuesday night, capping off a race that attracted national attention in the wake of the lacrosse scandal.
Only one advertisement from the Apr. 6 issue of The Chronicle continues to attract attention--the one that asked in a large font "What Does A Social Disaster Sound Like?"
What does a social disaster sound like?
Tailgate is always a rowdy party, but if history is any indication, this Saturday morning will be wilder than ever.
LATTE PROBLEMS IN BC The Bryan Center's freshly painted fluorescent concrete walls may soon house a new tenant: Starbucks. One top administrator says discussions are hot-and-heavy for the coffee shop to open in the space currently housing OSAF offices, which recently had large glass windows installed to give the building even the tiniest hint of life. Another person familiar with the discussions, though, says that with liberal faculty diametrically opposed to the corporation-to-end-all-corporations setting up shop on campus, a deal is a long way off. RM has a solution to make everyone happy: Anyone with a car, non-blue zone parking, six-figure salary and 16 weeks of vacation time a year can continue to trek to Ninth Street for a decent espresso, while everyone else can decide for themselves whether they want a cup of the world's most popular brew.
With nearly a $600,000 annual budget and 12 subcommittees, the Duke University Union lends a hand to some of the most popular events on campus, including Springternational, weekend movies in the Bryan Center and last year's sold-out Cameron Rocks! concert.
More information has surfaced regarding the recent controversy surrounding whether Tommy's... Rubs, Grubs and Suds-the replacement for Rick's Diner-should house a 10-foot beer bar.
There was excitement in the air when the deep-throated announcer, sporting a NASCAR jacket and pitch-perfect twang, raised his microphone Saturday night to announce the start of competition.
Students and administrators are now engaged in heated discussions about whether the replacement for Rick's Diner should have a bar, after the original plans for a dozen draft beer taps were nixed.
NAME: Jim Wulforst
Walk the Line... RM would like to thank Dr. Larry Moneta for directing potential donors to his West Campus Plaza instead of more mundane projects such as financial aid or the renovation of decrepit building interiors. But are students taking advantage of the new, wide-open space, peacefully located above the Bryan Center loading bay and Great Hall dumpsters? A few glances at the plaza reveal the vast majority of students walking in straight lines from the main quadrangle to the student center's entrance or sitting outside of The Loop enjoying the sun. It's almost as if all the University needed was a walkway leading to the BC with a small patio adjacent to The Loop.
More than 1,500 students crammed together, waiting in a long bar line and mingling with the opposite sex while a half-dozen police officers lingered outside.
When sophomore Amanda Tong enrolled in Math 32 last year, she found herself having a hard time with the professor and soon switched out of the class.
The $100,000 worth of dining carts planned for the West Campus Plaza have been delayed by production complications and conflict between the University and the manufacturer, Mobile Solutions Foodservice Inc. of Littleton, Colo., sources close to the situation confirmed.
An SUV flipped onto the hood of an Audi sedan at about 1:05 p.m. Friday at the intersection of Towerview Road and Erwin Road after being hit by a car that ran a red light, Duke University Police Department officials reported.
An SUV flipped onto the hood of an Audi sedan around 1:05 p.m. Friday at the intersection of Towerview Rd and Erwin Rd after being hit by a car that ran a red light, Duke University Police Department officials reported.