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Pentagon begins Ft. Bragg study

Following four domestic homicides at Fort Bragg, N.C., this summer, the Pentagon has sent a medical team to investigate a possible link between the incidents and the anti-malaria drug Lariam.


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City council discusses drought

Durham's water conservation efforts and a new report on locations for affordable housing dominated the discussion of Tuesday night's Durham City Council meeting, delayed one day due to the Labor...


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Campus life VP gets to know Duke

Zoila Airall's "heart and soul" is in the lives of students, making it only natural that she moved to Duke this summer to take a leading position in a revamped Division of Student Affairs.


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Belmont residents won't get bus

Causing disappointment and commuting hassles for many off-campus students, parking and transit officials have decided to scrap a plan, at least temporarily, that would have created a bus route to a...


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Commuters say remote lots full

Despite the creation of two new parking lots on Duke University Road, students and employees alike reported frustration with the availability and location of parking for commuters.


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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...