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The entrance to the Duke Campus Center Pharmacy.

House Bill 96 facilitates greater access to birth control, HIV drugs, but implementation timeline remains unclear

The medications would not truly be “over the counter” because pharmacists still have to counsel patients and eventually notify their primary care provider, according to Duke Campus Center pharmacist Ellen Hawk. Additionally, pharmacists cannot dispense the medication without a standing order, which are signed instructions of a provider authorized by state law to prescribe the medication. 


Durham residents petition to ban fraternities from residential neighborhoods after person caught urinating on house

The petition calls members of Alpha Delta Phi residing at five addresses on Chapel Hill Road—nicknamed the Compound—a “public nuisance.” Students are accused of violating noise ordinances, obstructing traffic, shouting obscenities and allowing litter and trespassing. As of Monday at 10:30 p.m., the petition had 162 signatures.


All you need to know about the 2022-23 housing process

With next year’s housing application now open to students until noon on Feb. 14, Duke has made several changes to the process, including the announcement of QuadEx. To help students sort through all these new policies, the Chronicle has compiled the most pressing information about housing in the 2022-2023 year.


‘Actively engaged in shutting us down’: Thompson Writing Program faculty continue fight for renewability

“I do feel like our jobs are being replaced with non-unionized faculty as a form of retaliation for the role that the TWP played in the 2017 negotiations, for centering our need for renewable appointments in the 2021 negotiations and for our ongoing attempts to use University channels to improve our work condition,” said a lecturing fellow in the TWP.