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Student patrols to help security

For all the graduate students who dreamed of being Batman when they were young, the chance may soon come to live out their childhood fantasies: biology TA by day, crime stopper by night. .


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DCU sparks varied reactions

Administrators had mixed reactions to a Duke Conservative Union advertisement in Monday's edition of The Chronicle that claimed the University lacks intellectual diversity.


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Garinger looks to Duke's future

This story is part two of a three-part series profiling the finalists for the undergraduate young trustee position, which will be selected by a vote of the Duke Student Government Wednesday night.


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Fundraising does not end with campaign

Administrators across the University said development in January was strong, despite a spectacular sprint finish to the Campaign for Duke that could have exhausted fundraisers and donors alike..


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South Square finds Target

The end of the South Square mall's 27-year life cycle in 2002 was unromantic and industrial, bringing death in the form of debris strewn about the 50-acre plot--now mostly mud and ditches--that...


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Tragedy sparks changes

In the wake of Jésica Santillán's mismatched organ transplant, Duke University Hospital implemented a series of safety measures targeted at the organ transplant procedure to ensure that such...


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Police battle rebels in Haiti

GONAIVES, Haiti -- Police reinforcements fought bloody battles with gunmen as they tried to retake Haiti's fourth-largest city Saturday from rebels who seized it two days earlier in a challenge to...


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Antarctica or Bust!

While on the phone with his mother one morning, Nicholas School of the Environment graduate student Drew Stuyvenberg asked, "Have you ever known anyone who has been to Antarctica?".