Duke Student Government discussed amendments to its annual budget Wednesday night, debating more than $300,000 in funding for student groups.
“I was the only woman in the Greek Bible doctoral seminar. This was not lost on Prof. Mel Peters, the teacher who week after week directed comments at me or about me that singled out my femaleness,” wrote Hicks-Keeton in a letter addressed to President Vincent Price.
What percentage of students feel supported in their academic spaces? A project spearheaded by Duke Women in Technology sheds light on the barriers faced and overcome by women and members of underrepresented groups in STEM fields.
Next year's class council and Duke Student Government committee vice presidents and senators have been elected.
Red Chapel, blue Chapel, old Chapel, new Chapel.
The University has decided to shut down its Delta Sigma Phi chapter, according to an email from Phil Rodriguez, executive director of Delta Sigma Phi.
Duke Student Government Senate debated more than $300,000 in funding as its annual budget deliberations Wednesday night.
"We have to vet at least three potential operators for the space," Aris Marton said.
Learn who the candidates are for vice presidents and senators of Duke Student Government Senate, as well as class council.
We eat for several reasons—to survive and procrastinate, yes, but also to reconnect with home.
Nearly a quarter of Yale University undergraduates signed up for a class on how to live a happier life in 2018. Now, a similar course is coming to Duke.
Duke's introductory economics course will no longer give students letter grades.
In light of a recent push encouraging Duke to divest from fossil fuels, a faculty panel gathered to discuss the issue.
At a school where students are always moving, art lets you slow down and be yourself.
In the wake of the Megan Neely incident, Duke Student Government, International Alliance and the Asian American Studies program hosted a panel discussion on "The Heterogeneity of Experience."
The center kicked off its opening during an event February.
"The last time I got hammered to the New York Philharmonic was back in 1965," one professor emeritus said.