Some students in these groups are frustrated because the raised prices are excluding certain members from living in section with their organization.
The spring rush process, lasting almost all of January, has now concluded, with Duke’s 13 fraternities, 10 sororities and 15 SLGs accepting new members.
Sophomore Matthew Griffin was elected as the editor-in-chief of The Chronicle’s 116th volume.
For students at Duke Kunshan University, their semester has been anything but typical.
Graduate students are gearing up to elect one of their own to sit on the Board of Trustees as well.
Every time you trudge through the grass on Abele Quad as a shortcut to Perkins Library, remember that you’re stepping on something worth more than two years of Duke’s tuition.
Dean Sue Wasiolek sat down with editor-in-chief Jake Satisky to talk about questions she’s considering as she prepares to assume her upcoming role as senior advisor on the residential experience after Commencement.
Duke has resolved a discrimination complaint with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights in the aftermath of last year’s conference on Gaza.
Duke Student Government Senate wasn’t frugal Wednesday night—DSG approved more than $20,000 in Student Organization Finance Committee funding at its meeting.
NetNutrition can help you avoid allergens and plan your diet, but some vendors and dishes are missing—and the information shows that there are some dining options at Duke with high amounts of sodium, sugar or calories.
Jason Locasale’s complaint detailed allegations of Duke’s “discriminatory culture.”
Duke Medical Center Archives recently obtained the writings by Onyekwere Akwari, the first African American surgeon at Duke University Medical Center.
University-funded travel to China is being curtailed in light of the ongoing spread of the novel coronavirus, Provost Sally Kornbluth and Chancellor for Health Affairs A. Eugene Washington wrote in an email to the Duke community Tuesday evening.
Resident assistants were once told that one half of an independent house would be renamed after a donor, while the other would keep the name. Now, that’s just one option being considered.
Last week, the Office of Housing and Residence Life announced several updates about housing options for the 2020-21 academic year.
Young Trustee finalist Ibrahim Butt, a senior, seeks to empower marginalized voices, a mission that he has sustained from his high school involvement in the United Kingdom to his years at Duke.
Young Trustee finalist Leah Abrams, a senior, plans to use her nuanced understanding of the issues at Duke and Durham to be a voice for equity.
Young Trustee finalist Tim Skapek, a senior, hopes to bring the lessons he has learned as a walk-on football kicker to the Board of Trustees.