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NATO official speaks on press, ethics

The media is so important that terrorist groups plan attacks with consideration of how media coverage will strengthen their message, said a top NATO press official Friday afternoon.


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A famous house

When the Diocese of Raleigh sealed the deal to purchase the house at 402 N. Buchanan Blvd. this month, its goal was to help Duke's Newman Catholic Student Center accommodate its members temporarily.


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Off of campus, out of mind?

While restricted DukeCard access to dormitories and new locks and lighting in Perkins Library have shown that administrators are eager to alleviate on-campus safety concerns, the University has...


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Campus Council argues for access

Campus Council unanimously passed a resolution Thursday calling for all off-campus students to gain DukeCard access to West Campus residence halls between 9 a.m. and 2 a.m.


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State finds new DRH violations

For the second time in six months, Durham Regional Hospital has failed to meet quality standards for federal Medicare and Medicaid funding, according to a 45-page list of problems from the state's...


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Legislators plan for LIP-less year

After a summer free from referenda, agendas and initiatives, Duke Student Government is scheduled to resume Saturday, when its 50 legislators'Äîonly 14 of whom are returning members'Äîwill...


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Another first

Don't let the warm, unassuming smile and the cheery British inflection in Stuart Pimm's voice fool you. Pimm is no ordinary science teacher.


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Expert speaks on Mideast conflict

As Israel and Palestinians continue to struggle with violence nearly a decade after the Oslo peace process, a scholar of Middle Eastern history offered an explanation Wednesday night for why that...


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Battier speaks on leadership

Character, courage and vision. When Shane Battier spoke these words Wednesday night, all eyes and ears were on the former Duke basketball phenom.


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History faculty sign Iraq petition

American historians, including 11 Duke faculty members, have signed a petition encouraging lawmakers to engage in serious discussion and deliberation over the Iraqi threat, and to fulfill the...