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Off-East inspections begin today

Starting today, city code enforcement teams will be inspecting residences in Trinity Park neighborhood for housing code violations. The citywide inspections program, announced Jan.


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Subway may come to East

Week after week, community members living and working on East Campus say they find themselves in an all-to-familiar dilemma: they are hungry, but there is nowhere they want to eat.


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Ezrahi discusses terror, liberties

Yaron Ezrahi, former senior fellow at the Israel Democracy Institute in Jerusalem and former White House advisor, spoke at the School of Law Tuesday afternoon about the effects of terrorism on...


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Open-access journals debated

Here's an idea: Instead of paying over $20,000 for a year-long subscription to a scientific journal, get it for free. Sounds great, right?.


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DUPD: still exclusive to East

The Durham City Council failed to pass a measure Monday night that would have extended the jurisdiction of the Duke University Police Department to include areas off East Campus..


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GPSC: campus safety revisited by Dawkins

Responding to campus safety concerns, Vice President for Campus Services Kemel Dawkins recapped security measures the University has taken in recent months at the Monday night meeting of the...


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Young Trustee finalists selected

The Young Trustee Nominating Committee named Taylor Collison, Alex Garinger and Katie Laidlaw Monday night as the three finalists in the race to become young trustees..


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Cloning comes to North Carolina

North Carolina State University researcher Jorge Piedrahita's ongoing experiments with cloned pigs may soon help to combat a number of genetic diseases, especially Intrauterine Growth Retardation,...


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Managing Editor's Note

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...