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Tenters face cold, other challenges

Residents of the Krzyzewskiville tent city often claim to be the most "hard-core" part of the student body, annually facing inclement weather, long lines and early-morning wake-up calls.


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Motoring through Durham

General Motors President and Chief Executive Officer Richard Wagoner spoke at Millennium Hotel Friday night. Wagoner talked about internationalization in the business world.


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So long, friend...

While many people scurried through the snow Thursday morning, Joe Pietrantoni sat in his West Union Building basement office chatting with a reporter, interrupted only once.


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Officials reveal plan for housing

Next year's housing plan will not be much different from the one that provoked an outpouring of student anger last year, Assistant Dean of Residence Life Bill Burig revealed at Thursday's Campus...


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Colleagues worry over BAA cuts

Amid recent discussions of cutting up to two-thirds of the faculty positions in the Department of Biological Anthropology and Anatomy, scholars across the nation agreed this week that Duke's...


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Trask shuffles Auxiliary Services

With the upcoming retirements of Associate Vice President for Auxiliary Services Joe Pietrantoni and Director of Facilities Management Jerry Black this summer, Executive Vice President Tallman...


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Deans meet with 2 BAA professors

Two members of the Department of Biological Anthropology and Anatomy met with William Chafe, dean of the faculty of arts and sciences, and Berndt Mueller, dean of the natural sciences, Thursday...


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Doctors address gap in heart care

If it's not the heart attack, it might be the care given by doctors afterward that kills a heart attack victim-a problem that Duke doctors are hoping to confront with a new push for greater...