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Because Duke did not have a fire permit for Saturday's game, Dean of Students Sue Wasiolek had to plant herself on a bench Saturday night to prevent it from being burned.
A Feb. 14 food symposium will strive to plant hope in alleviating food insecurity across campus.
At the culminating event of the Sexual Harassment and Assault Prevention and Education (SHAPE) week, Nadia Murad, a 2018 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, discussed the power of unity and the goals of Nadia’s Initiative, her project aimed at promoting global advocacy for the Yazidi people.
Thinking of studying abroad? Three programs are now off limits, with a fourth being moved to the United States.
Students dragged the bench for Sherwood House onto the quad, but Dean of Students Sue Wasiolek planted herself atop the bench for around 45 minutes to prevent students from lighting it on fire.
At Thursday night’s Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee meeting, student representatives discussed the state of dining on Duke's campus.
After initially including only combustible tobacco products like cigarettes, cigars and hookahs in a “smoke-free” campus policy set to go in effect July 1, Duke has now added e-cigarettes and vaping products to the ban.
The Young Trustee race is in full swing, and the four candidates stopped by Wednesday evening to speak with Duke Student Government.
Free parking around Duke can be quite difficult to come by. It just got more difficult.
Seen posters for SHAPE around campus? The Sexual Harassment and Assault Prevention & Education Week is taking place this week until Sunday, Feb. 9.
Some students in these groups are frustrated because the raised prices are excluding certain members from living in section with their organization.
The spring rush process, lasting almost all of January, has now concluded, with Duke’s 13 fraternities, 10 sororities and 15 SLGs accepting new members.
Graduate students are gearing up to elect one of their own to sit on the Board of Trustees as well.
Every time you trudge through the grass on Abele Quad as a shortcut to Perkins Library, remember that you’re stepping on something worth more than two years of Duke’s tuition.
Dean Sue Wasiolek sat down with editor-in-chief Jake Satisky to talk about questions she’s considering as she prepares to assume her upcoming role as senior advisor on the residential experience after Commencement.
Duke has resolved a discrimination complaint with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights in the aftermath of last year’s conference on Gaza.
Duke Student Government Senate wasn’t frugal Wednesday night—DSG approved more than $20,000 in Student Organization Finance Committee funding at its meeting.