Pandith sat down with The Chronicle to discuss the history of terrorism and extremism in the United States and what action should be taken now.
On the 18th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, a crowd gathered at the Sanford School of Public Policy to hear former diplomat Farah Pandith speak about combating violent extremism.
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Ashby emphasized her main objectives as a dean and the progress she has helped make during her five years.
First-year Dylan Schneiderman walked out of Gross Hall with one mission.
International House may soon find a new home.
The Duke Student Government Senate unanimously declined to recognize Young Life as an official Duke student group at its Wednesday meeting.
At a meeting Wednesday, the Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee discussed what the future holds for Brodhead Center and Bryan Center vendors and their facilities.
In the wake of a crushing $112.5 million research fraud lawsuit against Duke earlier this year, the University established a new school-wide Office of Research.
After it took Duke about a year to address safety issues on 300 Swift’s balconies, students living in the apartment complex can now use their balconies again.
Here’s the tea on dining.
New research has found that a parent’s incarceration may have long-term effects on their children’s health and development.
Democrat Dan McCready lost Tuesday's special election to become the Congressional representative for North Carolina’s 9th District.
For best-selling novelist Golnaz Hashemzadeh Bonde, her earliest memories of fleeing Iran have drastically shaped the way she writes.
The Chronicle spoke with Crespo, a Ph.D. candidate in the Nicholas School of the Environment, about why the treaty falls short and his research with the lab at Duke
With the start of the new school year, one question is weighing on everyone's minds: is Thrive thriving?
During the question portion, an audience member heatedly argued that Taiwan belonged exclusively to China.