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‘Political meddling from on high’: AAUP, faculty condemn University of North Carolina System leadership

(06/21/22 9:11pm)

The governing council of the American Association of University Professors, a national organization of professors and scholars, passed a resolution that condemns the University of North Carolina System’s Board of Governors and System Office on June 14. 


‘Not with words, but rather with action’: Some students, faculty call for stronger efforts in Duke's Juneteenth commemoration

(06/20/22 9:47pm)

As Duke observes its first Juneteenth as a designated holiday, some students and faculty still feel more substantial action is needed to address the inequality that people of color face within the University and Durham. 









Duke's Racial Equity Advisory Council releases first year report, provides subcommittees' progress, goals

(06/16/22 12:42am)

Nearly two years after President Vincent Price committed Duke to new plans to confront systemic racism and inequality, the Racial Equity Advisory Council has released its first year report to the Duke community. 



‘Enough is enough’: North Carolinians gather at State Capitol to advocate for gun safety

(06/15/22 12:59am)

Gun control activists gathered across the country Saturday in the wake of the Robb Elementary School shooting in Uvalde, Tex. that killed 19 children and two teachers. In Raleigh, the March for Our Lives event saw hundreds of North Carolinians rally in front of the State Capitol building to send lawmakers a clear message: “Enough is enough.”






Duke students launch Dime Marketplace to showcase young entrepreneurs

(06/15/22 12:00pm)

Senior Abby Huang decided during her senior year of high school that she wanted to found a virtual marketplace start-up. Many iterations of her vision later, Huang and her team of Duke undergraduate and graduate students have launched Dime Marketplace, a platform designed for young creators to sell their products.