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As the primary news source for the Duke community, The Chronicle places a high value on credibility and objectivity and is committed to upholding this standard of editorial decisions as it relates...


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Hiker weathers sea- to-sea expedition

Carrying a backpack bearing only food, water, camera and equipment, Andrew Skurka, Trinity '03, is staring down the trail with about 7,640 miles to go, but the weather is on his mind right now.


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Students explore diverse job options

Throngs of pantsuit and blazer-clad students bustled through the arteries of the Bryan Center Saturday, their eager voices echoing through the building and the heels of their well-polished oxford...


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Duke survives late surge by 'Noles

ESPN Classic has been replaying Florida State's upset win over North Carolina continuously the past several days, a game in which the Seminoles' stellar defense was on display.


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CHG becomes independent of IGSP

The Center for Human Genetics, under the umbrella Institute for Genome, Science and Policy since its inception in 1998, will no longer be administratively associated with the IGSP, officials said.


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CC passes new noise policy

Campus Council members expressed faith in the maturity of their fellow Duke students Thursday night, as the organization unanimously passed a noise policy promoting conflict resolution between...


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Schoeffler, Pratt grad student, dies

Katherine Mary Schoeffler, a May 2004 doctoral candidate in the Pratt School of Engineering, died Tuesday at Duke University Medical Center from a tear in her ascending aorta. She was 44.


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Top brass gear up for transition

Despite a remarkably high level of turnover in the senior administration this year, top officials said they are confident of a smooth transition when the bulk of the new crop arrives this summer.


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Students: Physics climate improving

Many students reacted with surprise to a report suggesting widespread gender-based discrimination in the physics department, saying that the department provides a good and ever-improving climate...