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Residents respond to smoking ban

Two weeks after its official implementation, the new residential smoking ban has drawn mixed sentiments from students regarding the ban's effectiveness and legitimacy.


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Juke Joint

Sara Caroway clutched her parasol, damaged knees awkwardly jutting out beneath the hem of her skirt as she walked toward a small, shabby establishment in the near distance--"Little's Grocery" by...


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Task force plans BFSI successor

As the Black Faculty Strategic Initiative heads toward its final months, a new task force is meeting next week to begin shaping a new University effort to increase faculty diversity over the next...


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UNIVERSITY BRIEFS

The opening of a new Subway eatery in the West Union Building has been delayed for at least a week because an oven has not yet been delivered to the site.


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CRIME BRIEFS

A visitor reported that while her vehicle was parked in the overflow lot on Duke University Road between 8:30 a.m. and 4:40 p.m. Aug.


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WEL evacuated after flooding

Just two weeks after opening its doors, the West-Edens Link closed them Sunday night for almost three hours after suffering severe flood damage from Building B's fire sprinkler system.


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Conner to begin new DPD search

Seven months after former Durham police chief Teresa Chambers left her post for a job at the U.S. Park Service in Washington, D.C., the city of Durham has yet to find a permanent replacement.


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Learning to make waves

Interested in an all-expenses-paid trip to the beach? There's a catch: "You will be responsible for being a serious, dedicated participant who will carry out a year-long commitment to a student...


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N.C. News this week

Senate okays House version of spending bill The Senate approved the House version of a resolution authorizing state spending at reduced levels through Sept.