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West-Edens Link opens doors

Years of discussion, planning and construction culminated Monday with the opening of the $38 million West-Edens Link, the centerpiece of long-awaited changes to upperclass residential life.


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Duke to repay grant funding

The University is repaying almost $700,000 in federal grant money after discovering that two former University employees had been swindling a prominent researcher for over three years,...


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Renovated Kilgo wins fans

North Carolina in the middle of August is not the most ideal environment for lugging boxes, but at least air conditioning makes the process a little less hellish.


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Moneta inspires praise, criticism

Since coming to Duke last August, Vice President for Student Affairs Larry Moneta has restructured the Division of Student Affairs, prepared the campus for the largest residential change since all...


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Pratt, Law 1st schools to hit goal

The School of Law and the Pratt School of Engineering became the first two schools to surpass their individual goals in The Campaign for Duke, almost 18 months before the end of the campaign.


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Subway comes to West Union

Duke community members will have the opportunity to emulate sandwich-munching Jared Fogle this fall when national sandwich franchise Subway moves into Breyer's ice cream location near the Great Hall.


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Moody's ups Duke's bond rating

Moody's Investors Service upgraded Duke1s revenue bonds rating from an outlook of stable to positive earlier this month, translating into lower costs for the University to borrow money.