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City Council puts off Conner review

Marcia Conner's future as Durham's city manager remained unclear Monday night after a closed meeting of the Durham City Council and the release during the open portion of its meeting of an audit...


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The IMF: an agent of the powerful?

The ability of troubled countries to weather financial crises largely depends on the willingness of wealthy nations to offer loans, but such investments can often seem like ride through a hurricane...


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Theta Chi, deans reach agreement

Despite speculation that, after a recent University investigation, Theta Chi fraternity could be the next greek organization to dissolve itself or be kicked off campus, the Edens Quad fraternity...


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All-male forum considers assault

Seeking to add a different voice to campus dialogue on sexual assault, about 30 male undergraduates joined a panel of faculty members and administrators for a Wayne Manor-sponsored discussion on...


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Athletics cedes Sears Cup

Maintaining the status quo, a new athletics department mission statement is conceding defeat for the foreseeable future in one of the prestigious measures of collegiate athletic programs.


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Dr, No?

Pre-medicine students: hyper-competitive biology majors who exhibit frighteningly rigid workaholic tendencies? Not quite, but their presence in the biology department may have a large impact in the...


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Nixon forum incites fans, critics

Thirty years after he left the White House, one of Duke's most infamous alumni--former President Richard Nixon, Law '37--was resurrected in a panel discussion that included both his staunchest...


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From concept to reality

Whether they initiate a club for scuba diving enthusiasts or an organization lobbying for the legalization of marijuana, Duke students have developed a reputation for starting new clubs--so much...


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Faculty say they oppose reduction

Professors engaged in a lively discussion on faculty growth at Thursday's meeting of the Arts and Sciences Council, eventually passing a resolution against cutting the size of the faculty.


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Campus Council tables safety plan

Campus Council tabled a controversial resolution concerning on-campus safety and sexual assault at its meeting Thursday night, hoping to give students another week to express their opinions on the...