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Sen. Obama is scheduled to speak at UNC-Charlotte Monday as part of a barnstorming tour the day before the election in which he plans to visit key battleground states. This is his eighth visit to North Carolina--he was here most recently last Wednesday in Raleigh. His speech is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. Look out for full Chronicle coverage of the event in Tuesday's issue.
Still making plans for election night?
The Obama rally in Raleigh today brought out a massive crowd. About 28,000 showed up to see the Democratic candidate speak just six days before the Big Day. But perhaps thousands more who couldn't get in to the mall stayed loyally to hear Obama's voice reverberate through speakers placed strategically around the confines.
They tell us that college is all about community—here specifically, the Duke Community.
Due to the Election Commission’s decision to shift the date of the election from April 15 to April 20, The Chronicle will continue to publish endorsement letters for the 2010 Duke Student Government vice presidential elections April 19 and April 20.
University officials are looking for ways to deal with a $2 million deficit in Dining Services by cutting expenses and raising revenue.
Richard Wagoner, Trinity '75 and vice chair of the Board of Trustees, resigned from his position as chair and chief executive officer of General Motors Corp. Sunday, The New York Times reported.
Several fraternity benches were reportedly defaced Wednesday with feces and paint, according to Duke University Police Department and student reports.
The case of a student who was allegedly assaulted Jan. 24 is now inactive, said Duke University Police Department Maj. Gloria Graham. Investigators do not have enough information on suspects to move forward, she said.
A student has contracted meningococcal meningitis and is receiving treatment at Duke Hospital, administrators said Tuesday night.
Seniors Jane Chong, Jordan Giordano and Sunny Kantha were selected as Young Trustee finalists by the nominating committee after more than four hours of deliberation Tuesday night.
An assault on a male student was reported on West Campus early Saturday morning, Duke University Police Department Maj. Gloria Graham confirmed Monday.
New leaders of the Panhellenic Council are taking on the roles of the top brass, hoping to tackle issues of space and recruitment in the coming year.
The quad model will be bent for the second year in a row, in the name of expanded options for students.
Two dorm rooms in Edens Quadrangle were robbed early Thursday morning, Duke University Police Department Maj. Gloria Graham confirmed.
Sunday was a rush for the 260 freshman and sophomore girls who were accepted into one of nine sorority pledge classes.
Plans to open The Food Factory on campus have been placed on hiatus, part of measures to decrease spending in light of recent financial losses.
Central Campus is finally wireless.