A host of new digital recruiting techniques are being used by the Army and ROTC—a video about the Army’s Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program uses Duke as its backdrop.
‘Khirbet Khizeh,’ which revives the story first conveyed in 1949 by S. Yizhar’s novella of the same title, brought the Duke and Durham communities together.
Students frustrated with losing print jobs because of broken ePrint stations will no longer need to run back to their computers.
Provisions included in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 have allocated more than $55 million in research funding for Duke’s scientists.
At the rest of the season’s Tailgates, expect to see fewer scantily clad students dancing atop truck beds in the Blue Zone and more recycling bins.
About 30 minutes away from Duke is a small deli that can bring its diners’ taste buds to a New York deli nine hours away. But bringing that same taste to campus is taking longer than some expected.