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GPSC discusses space, integrity

Despite a low turnout Tuesday night, the Graduate and Professional Student Council General Assembly discussed the progress members have made so far this year in each of the seven committees.


City Council spars on crime grant use

The City Council's discussion of the spending plan for a law enforcement grant prompted some criticism of the Durham Police Department's role in combating crime at a Monday night council meeting.


Students decry apathy on campus

With Election Day less than 24 hours away, many students remain politically apathetic, although a few student groups have been intensely involved in both local and national races.


Merkx, committee aim internationally

In a report earlier this month to the Board of Trustees, Gilbert Merkx, vice provost for international affairs, concluded that Duke has made significant progress enhancing its global perspective...


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...


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...