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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...


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Keohane speaks to N.C. State faculty

Speaking at a meeting of North Carolina State University's Faculty Senate Tuesday, Duke President Nan Keohane called for more intense collaboration between Duke and its Raleigh neighbor during the...


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Council considers development

Developers around The Streets at SouthPoint mall will have to wait a little longer to find out their fate after the City Council postponed a zoning vote Monday night.