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Methodism or multiculturalism?

How can a university feature as its centerpiece a magnificent chapel steeped in ties to the Methodist church, while attracting a greater diversity of students and faculty with other religious and...


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Crime Briefs

Car stolen from Med Center Someone stole a $3,500 1995 green Suzuki Swift (N.C. license plate number PNP 8163) from Parking Garage 1 in the Medical Center. Police report rash of car break-ins Duke...


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Forward thinking

Unlike most typical ninth graders, Huntington Willard knew at the young age of 13 what he wanted to do with his future.


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Virus messages grow in number

If 'checking your e-mail' has become a euphemism for 'deleting virus warnings,' you're not alone--Duke students, faculty members and staff may receive as many as 20 virus warnings a day.


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Employees react to lawsuit

With charges pending against Local 77 that the union did not fulfill its obligations to its constituents during summer contract negotiations, members of the 950-person union are expressing mixed...


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Committee readies provost review

When Peter Lange took over as provost in July 1999, other than the need for a new long-term strategic plan, further development of the sciences and enhanced technology in the classroom, one thing...


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Trick or treat!

Paola and Josecarlos Delgado visit East Campus one day before Halloween in search of candy. Several witches, goblins and other frightening spooks haunted Duke students on their way to class.


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Bowles aims for return to D.C.

With his large, round glasses and quiet demeanor, Erskine Bowles is hardly an imposing presence. But through his work in the private sector and in Washington, D.C.