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A Classic Dilemma

you tuned into WUNC-FM 91.5 this Labor Day, you may have expected to hear a symphony and gotten a stock quote instead.


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Duke's Creek

How is this for a challenging work environment? Standing two feet behind you in your already cramped office is a crewmember of a television show that you've never seen before in your life.


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Duke, Inc.

Linking academics to business was once akin to mixing church and state--hesitantly, if ever, done.


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FULL COURT PRESS

As Williams rejoined his wife Wanda and their two children, Scott and Kimberly, in the rural town they had called home for the past 12 years, a middle-aged sportswriter who had settled into a...


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To our readers:

Ah, summer. Sunshine. Vacations. Lemonade, ice cream and outdoor picnics. It's little wonder most of us look forward to the season with longing and always seem a little sad to see it go.


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Put up your Dukes

Pow! It feels so good to punch that bag, to whack it with all you've got, to sense the tingle in your arms and the excitement and energy in your whole body.


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Now Hiring?

When Whitney Griffin graduated from Duke last spring, she thought she had it made.


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On the Brink

Allison,* Trinity '99, was diagnosed with severe depression while still in high school. She sought therapy and was on an antidepressant for a year and a half before matriculating to Duke.


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She's Having A Baby?

Whether through trips to the infirmary or fees on a student's bursar's bill, Student Health is a presence on campus for all undergraduates and graduate students.


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Gag Order

In March, a group of students gathered on campus to speak out about The Chronicle's publication of an advertisement calling slavery reparations a racist idea.


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redefining minority

Earlier this spring, the U.S. Census Bureau announced that California had become the first state in modern history to lack a racial majority.


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Brotherly Love

Like the day you realize you are no longer physically bigger than your "little" brother, a life-changing moment for an older sibling is the first time you are referred to as "the other.