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A Sound Born in Vienna

One spring day three years ago, five Duke students abroad with the Wind Symphony decided to stay after rehearsal and play together on the courtyard of Hofburg Palace in Vienna.


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Menorah to be lit on Chapel Quad

In an effort to promote diversity and religious tolerance, Duke will host what may be the campus's most prominent menorah lighting ever in a Hanukkah ceremony tonight.


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Duke, UNC discuss joint reading effort

Freshman reading programs made headlines at both ends of Tobacco Road last year, as the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill chose Qur'an excerpts for its reading and Duke inaugurated its...


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Former IFC fraternities change names

Although Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Kappa Sigma are no longer options for students looking to join Interfraternity Council fraternities this year, the two groups strive to remain part of the greek...


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Governance changes proposed

Two of the University's most powerful faculty governance committees could undergo major changes next year under a proposed restructuring that will be presented at Thursday's Academic Council meeting.


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Duke, local school build collaboration

Students and teachers at Moorehead Montessori Elementary School--one of the target schools in Duke's Neighborhood Partnership Initiative--will soon be able to enjoy their lessons in the shade of a...


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Calling it quits

After a five-semester stint as The Chronicle's daily student comic, the sea nuggets are blazing a trail out of the paper.