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Late-night Marketplace meals are a great addition to dining on East Campus and provide a fantastic service to freshmen. The pilot program at the Marketplace, which will offer an a la carte menu from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Wednesday, could still be improved upon.
For years, not having classes on Fridays has been a part of Duke’s culture. For many students and professors, a three day weekend has become the norm, and instead of dedicating Friday to classtime, students devote the last day of the typical work week to meetings, errands and catching up on sleep.
Student charged with DWI
A current proposal to extend NCAA eligibility for men�s basketball and football to five years would not improve graduation rates and would have a negative effect on collegiate athletics as a whole.
Fire breaks out in Edens 1C
Duke women's basketball coach Gail Goestenkors has already concluded her recruiting from the high school Class of 2005--before the four players start their senior years of high school.
The University and the YMCA of the Triangle Area mutually agreed to terminate their relationship Monday, after they were unable to resolve the issue of whether same-sex couples could qualify as families under the recreation organization's policies.
Head coach Gail Goestenkors and her women's basketball team took a big hit when would-be sophomore Brittany Hunter, a 6-foot-4 power forward, announced her plans to transfer from Duke Friday.
Former classics professor Rehak dies
Duke, IUOE Local 465 reach contract agreement.
The road to Hot Springs, Va. begins Thursday for the 20th-ranked Blue Devil men's golf team as they start play in the NCAA East Regional at the Yale Golf Course in New Haven, Conn. The competition will mark Duke's 18th overall and sixth consecutive NCAA tournament appearance.
A season of relative promise for the baseball team is heading slowly down the drain. A three-game sweep by Florida State (34-19, 13-8 in the ACC) in Tallahassee, Fla., sent Duke (23-27, 7-14) to its season-high seventh straight loss and into an even less promising last week and a half of the year.
The rowing team competed at the Lexus Central/South Region Sprints at Oak Ridge, Tenn. Sunday, garnering an 11th-place finish overall. Unfortunately, however, the finish was not good enough to qualify the team for Nationals.
Despite a valiant effort against Georgia Tech last weekend, the baseball team could not pull out a win against the No. 21 Yellow Jackets (30-17, 12-5 in the ACC). After losing the first two games by a 9-8 score--one in extra innings--the Blue Devils (23-23, 7-11) did not have enough to take the third game from the league's third place team, losing 14-3.
Companion collared in concert clash
Strojny drafted in seventh round
A student reported he was carjacked and assaulted April 20 in the Brightleaf Square parking lot. He said the assailant led the Durham Police Department on a chase to Chapel Hill before being apprehended.
Multiple sources close to Duke athletic officials have confirmed that freshman Luol Deng is strongly considering forgoing his final three years of eligibility and entering the NBA Draft.
Man changes story about stolen property.