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DSG survey: Students say

The results of the Duke Student Government's long-awaited "Visions of Duke" survey were presented at Wednesday's meeting, with student government officials concluding that undergraduates become...


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Campaign hits $2.2B, fills buckets

After the University surpassed its $2 billion Campaign for Duke goal in January, a year before the campaign's official end Dec. 31, administrators set their sights on an even bigger sum.


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Residential space opened to all

Informal groups of students will now be able to reserve residential space for the first time, as Director of Residential Life and Housing Services Eddie Hull has agreed in principle to a Campus...


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For 'Messiah,' practice makes perfect

The swelling melody from Handel's "Messiah" soon hushed to a whisper as Director of University Choral Music Rodney Wynkoop gestured his baton at the Duke Chapel Choir, signaling them to halt.


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Academic freedom still major issue

One hundred years after the Bassett Affair, the issue of academic freedom remains a centerpiece of concern for University administrators and faculty--who cite current threats to free discourse as...


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Reports of sexual assault decrease

The University experienced a dramatic decline in reported cases of sexual assault in 2003, but Duke University Police Department officials cautioned that the drop in reports does not necessarily...


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Bassett sets Duke up for excellence

Duke is now comfortable in its place in the top tier of institutions of higher education in the United States, but 100 years ago, Trinity College was just starting to make a name for itself--and...