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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.


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Duke admissions to notify via web

Even as a scandal rages about Princeton University's unauthorized access to Yale University's online admissions information, Duke plans to post its acceptance decisions online for early admissions...


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Dole plans campaign rally

Elizabeth Dole, Woman's College '58 and candidate for one of North Carolina's U.S. Senate seats, will hold a campaign rally in Page Auditorium at 3 p.m. this afternoon.


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Conner delays

As six months stretch into seven, the search for Durham's next chief of police still appears to have no end in sight.


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Duke releases Sept. 11 plan

As the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks approaches, the University has announced its plan to commemorate the day with what it calls a somber and respectful tone.