The independent news organization of Duke University

News | University

On a usual LDOC, students would gather on Abele Quad for a concert and other festivities. In 2020, a sign reminded the reader to stay distanced from others.

Sophomore Year: 2019-2020

While the Class of 2022’s second year on campus will forever be infamous for the University’s transition to empty quads and online courses, the year was also remarkable thanks to student activism, campus renovations and basketball games for the ages. 


Arts & Sciences Council approves health policy certificate, discusses bylaws in final meeting of academic year

The Council started by voting to approve the new health policy certificate proposal, which will be a joint venture between the Sanford School of Public Policy and the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy. Despite faculty raising concerns about the proposal in the Council’s previous meeting, the vote to approve it passed with an overwhelming majority.