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Lack of discipline, missed opportunities bite Duke women's lacrosse in rivalry loss to North Carolina

(8 hours ago)

CHAPEL HILL—When the Blue Devils walked off Dorrance Field and into the halftime locker room down by one, spirits were high. After going down 7-3 less than two minutes into the second quarter, the team responded in excellent fashion. With a 3-0 run and late goal from Carly Bernstein, Duke was by all means neck-and-neck with its Tobacco Road rivals. 

Academic Council discusses end of Reggie Scholarship, approves new committee on academic freedom

(19 hours ago)

Academic Council discussed recent feedback from students and faculty members over the discontinuation of the Reginaldo Howard Memorial Scholarship Program, approved a new committee dedicated to reviewing academic freedom and free expression at Duke and heard a proposal for degree changes in the School of Nursing at its Thursday meeting. 

‘So much better’: Behind East Campus, a fresh perspective on frat houses

(22 hours ago)

In residential neighborhoods, fraternity houses often find themselves in the crosshairs of neighborhood scrutiny. Despite a recent uptick in police calls regarding fraternity activities, some residents near East Campus suggest that fraternity behavior may be undergoing a noticeable shift towards improvement.

No. 3 Duke softball rides into UNC Greensboro, dismantles Spartans with 5-inning run-rule victory

(04/18/24 5:20pm)

Riding high off the wave of capturing their 250th program win against Clemson, the third-ranked Blue Devils traveled a short way down the road to face off against UNC Greensboro Wednesday evening. They charged into the Spartans’ home turf and didn’t look back, winning by a convincing margin of 16-3 in just five innings.

UNC System committee votes to strip DEI policy, potentially eliminate DEI-related jobs and initiatives

(04/18/24 1:05am)

The University of North Carolina System Board of Governors’ University Governance committee voted Wednesday evening to eliminate a key diversity, equity and inclusion policy, setting up the likely elimination of many DEI-related administrative positions and offices at all of the state’s public universities.

Duke neurosurgeon David Hasan talks experience volunteering in Gaza at Provost’s Initiative event

(04/17/24 4:06am)

Professor of Neurosurgery David Hasan spoke at a Tuesday event about his experience traveling twice to Khan Younis, a city in the southern Gaza Strip, to provide medical supplies and perform surgeries amidst the ongoing Israel-Hamas war.

OCS hosts final climate investment seminar to reflect on past sessions, recommend future action

(04/17/24 2:50am)

The Office of Climate and Sustainability hosted the final installment of its Investing for Mission-Driven Institutions seminar series Tuesday evening, which invited participating students and faculty to reflect on the previous eight sessions and share their takeaways.