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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.


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Forum addresses injustice of drug laws

Listening intently to a panel of North Carolina residents describe the lives of family members incarcerated under federal drug laws, students caught a glimpse Monday night of a world far removed...


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Public policy may offer joint degree

Although it is still closer to a dream than reality, the Sanford Institute of Public Policy has narrowed its doctorate degree plans to joint degree programs with other graduate and professional...


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Students discuss racial climate

When asked to describe race relations at Duke, a small group of students emphasized a campus environment characterized by a lack of communication, interaction and understanding between different...


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Study cites difficulties Latinos face

A combination of financial difficulties, close family ties and obligations, and Duke's racial climate often discourages prospective Latino undergraduates from either applying to the University or...


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Scott quits Durham top cop job

Durham is once again lacking a permanent police chief after the latest nominee for the job, Douglas Scott, announced Thursday that he would no longer accept it.


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Campus Council rejects cameras

After a prolonged discussion of a controversial resolution recommending installation of security cameras at dorm entrances, Campus Council voted down the recommendation by a 8-5 vote Thursday...