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After soliciting input at the Graduate and Professional Student Council's body meeting two weeks ago, the chairs of the University's quality enhancement plan committee heard from undergraduates about the plan during Duke Student Government's meeting Wednesday night.
Amidst campus-wide discussions about improving the Duke experience to "create open spaces" and "foster community," Campus Council has an increasing role in advocating change in the realm of residential life.
Freshmen stuck on West Campus for lunch may soon be able to spend food points sans regret.
Duke Student Government representatives voted in favor of two major issues at their meeting Wednesday night.
A mounted plaque in the Duke Student Government office proudly displays the names of the organization's presidents since it was established in 1967.
There is only one place on campus where a hungry student can fulfill a craving for mahi-mahi fish tacos or vegetable chimichangas: Upstairs@The Commons.
Provost Peter Lange updated Duke Student Government representatives Wednesday night about the follow-up to the Interim Report on the Undergraduate Experience released last month.
Duke Student Government representatives vigorously debated Wednesday night the proposed line policy for entering men's basketball games in preparation for a vote on the change in the next couple weeks.
Duke Student Government representatives heard Wednesday from junior Sunny Kantha, vice president of athletics and campus services, about plans to expand healthy late-night eating options on campus.
Duke Student Government leaders accepted responsibility for mistakingly omitting freshman Andrew O'Rourke from the freshman senate elections ballot for the first three hours of elections Tuesday.
The Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences may soon take a large step toward embodying the sustainable lifestyle it teaches.
Duke Student Government representatives had the opportunity to meet Dean of Undergraduate Education Steve Nowicki at the organization's meeting Wednesday night.
KC Johnson, a man students might otherwise only know through the Internet, appeared in person on Duke's campus Tuesday night.
Duke Student Government representatives unanimously endorsed a constitutional amendment Wednesday night that splits the vice president for community interaction into two new positions: a vice president for Durham and regional affairs and a vice president for the Inter-Community Council.-
Amidst concerns of a lack of communication portals on campus, a new Web site strives to cover all student organizations at a single address: student.groups.duke.edu.
Duke Student Government President Paul Slattery discussed his agenda at the organization's first meeting of the 2007-2008 academic year Wednesday night.
Since Sunday, students no longer require an invitation from their favorite professors to dine at the Upstairs@The Commons, the former Faculty Commons.
Tonight the new freshman class will gather for a night of art, class and chit-chat at the Nasher Museum of Art. Running for its second year, "A Night at the Nasher" is an orientation event meant to expose students to the campus arts scene, which has taken a new lead in campus culture as a tenet of the University's strategic plan, "Making a Difference."
Following a tumultuous year, University officials created the position of vice president for Durham and regional affairs in May to improve the Duke-Durham relationship. Phail Wynn, who is leaving his post as president of Durham Technical Community College after 30 years at the college, will fill the post at the start of 2008. Appointed by President Richard Brodhead as part of the University's strategic plan, "Making a Difference," Wynn will assume responsibility over local issues currently assigned to John Burness, senior vice president for public affairs and government relations.
The incoming Class of 2011 will be larger than expected and more diverse than any previous class, officials announced Monday.