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BAA set for downsizing

Administrators in Arts and Sciences and the School of Medicine announced in meetings late last week that the probable reorganization of the Department of Biological Anthropology and Anatomy will...


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The cloning debate

Nearly a month after the supposed cloning of two humans by the Raelians, a religious sect, the Duke community maintains mixed feelings over the implications of human cloning.


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$2,006,684,498

The University has reached its $2 billion Campaign for Duke goal almost a full year before its December 31, 2003 target, President Nan Keohane and campaign co-chairs Ginny and Peter Nicholas...


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Bunche Institute wins renewal grant

The Ralph Bunche Summer Institute, a program aimed at encouraging minority undergraduates to study political science at the graduate level, has been awarded a $360,000 grant by the National Science...


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Alcohol remains back-burner issue

Anyone looking for a sign that alcohol abuse has not worsened in recent years might only look at last semester's 22 hospitalizations for alcohol consumption-a number consistent with years past.


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Dispute threatens DUHS, state pact

In a move that could prove disastrous for Duke University Health System, the State Employees Health Plan is planning to terminate its existing contract with DUHS in reaction to stalled...


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First hand experience

Think of a Blue Devil in Congress, and Elizabeth Dole may be the first name that comes to mind. But Dole is not the University's closest link to the Capitol.


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Off-campus frats draw rushees

Even though Delta Phi Alpha and Eta Prime are off-campus fraternities this year, leaders said the groups are up to the challenge of recruiting a pledge class-and they have the numbers to prove it.


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Gulf War chemicals may damage testes

A combination of drugs administered to protect Gulf War soldiers against disease and nerve gas may have inadvertently damaged their testes and sperm production, according to animal experiments...


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Nursing plans major new $10M facility

The swiftly evolving School of Nursing is planning a major building project that will more than double the school's useable space and will bring together faculty and students currently scattered...