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Panel addresses sweatshop labor

Giving germs to terminally ill patients, sexual intercourse and the return of Jesus were all analogies a colorful group of panelists used to describe the economic and moral issues of sweatshop...


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Greek leaders focus on unity

When all 35 greek chapters convened at a retreat Sept. 15, they were shocked when their knowledge of each other did not extend beyond their own chapters.


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Women's task force plans out research

Four months after President Nan Keohane announced a new University-wide gender initiative, administrators, faculty, staff and students across campus are beginning the initial stages of research...


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Yearning to Learn

Tossing bags over their shoulders, gathering their books and grabbing a cup of coffee as they dash off to class--typical Duke students, right?.


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Work continues on WEL tower

Residents have moved in, parties have been held and Rick's Diner is open 24 hours a day, yet construction on the West-Edens Link continues. Three levels of the WEL's McClendon Tower that will be...


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Robertson Scholars laud program

Aside from having to balance both a DukeCard and a UNC access card and learning how to fit into two distinct university cultures, inaugural members of the Robertson Scholars Program say the joint...


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Keohane speaks to DSG, GPSC

For the first time ever, President Nan Keohane met with the General Assemblies of both Duke Student Government and the Graduate and Professional Student Council last night.


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Quad Kiss-In called success

Despite initial apprehensions that the two-hour "Kiss-In Lunch on the Quad" might draw negative attention from passersby, Wednesday's Coming Out Week event proceeded without a hitch.


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DSG meeting to feature Keohane

Elections, committee meetings and orientations will culminate this evening when the ninth Duke Student Government legislature convenes at its first official session of the academic year.


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Bioinformatics off to slow start

Only four months after gaining final approval from the Academic Council, the new bioinformatics doctoral program is up and running, though it has experienced its share of growing pains.


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Sophomore fair highlights academics

Enticed with colorful banners, Teddy Grahams and a wide assortment of candy, students considered their long-term academic plans with various department representatives at Tuesday's Sophomore Majors...