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Alexandra M. "Sasha" Burakow, a Duke freshman from Fairfax Station, Va., died Dec. 17, 2003. She was 19. Burakow suffered a brain aneurism on her way home for winter break Saturday, Dec. 13, and passed away early Wednesday morning. The Chronicle has yet to confirm the cause of her illness or death.
The president of The Duke Endowment, Elizabeth Locke, announced her decision to retire Wednesday, effective Dec. 2004. The current vice president and director of the Health Care Division, Eugene Cochrane, will succeed her as president. Cochrane has worked in the Health Care division for 23 years and has been director since 1991.
Ted Roof will be recommended as Duke's next head football coach by athletic director Joe Alleva and the football search committee, according to sources speaking to The Chronicle on the condition of anonymity and thedevilsden.com.
Bassett lecture postponed due to illness
Employee reports stolen CDs.
Student robbed at Bryan Center ATM
Head men's basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski announced Monday afternoon that sophomore reserve center Michael Thompson will transfer to another school after the completion of the current semester.
A current Duke student and a recent graduate are heading to Great Britain as recepients of two of the world's most prestigious scholarships. Senior Ethan Eade has accepted a Marshall Scholarship to study at the University of Cambridge and Pooja Kumar, Trinity '00, will make her way to the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar.
NAACP honors Keohane.
Man arrested, 23 felony warrants served Twenty-three felony warrants for burglary, breaking and entering and larceny were served on Curtis Louis Sangster (DOB Feb. 22, 1970, 3209 Spottswood Rd.,...
President Nan Keohane was one of seven recipients of the inaugural Marshall Medal, given at a London ceremony last week by Prince Charles, the Patron of the Association of Marshall Scholars. The six other honorees were Secretary of State Colin Powell, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, engineer and inventor Ray Dolby and President of the Atlantic Council of the United States Christopher Makins.
Man arrested, 23 felony warrants served Twenty-three felony warrants for burglary, breaking and entering and larceny were served on Curtis Louis Sangster (DOB 2-22-70, 3209 Spottswood Rd., Raleigh,...
Students cited for possession of drug paraphernalia
President Nan Keohane has named 16 faculty members, employees, administrators and students to serve on the President's Commission on the Status of Women, the creation of which was recommended in the Women's Initiative report released Sept. 23.
Garments few in Central Campus flashing.
Student present, wallet absent .
Leading the Blue Devils to a successful meet, Antwone Floyd won the 141-pound weight class at Sunday's UNC-Pembroke Open. The freshman took four consecutive matches, including a 4-2 win over teammate Adam Benitez in the finals.
An armed robbery was reported by a Cinelli's Pizza delivery driver in the parking lot at Gilbert-Addoms Nov. 10.
Student awakes to find thief; many wallets reported missing.