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Keohane wins Marshall Medal

President Nan Keohane was one of seven recipients of the inaugural Marshall Medal, given at a London ceremony last week by Prince Charles, the Patron of the Association of Marshall Scholars.


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Last Day co-chairs selected

Although it seems far away, Campus Council set the ball rolling Thursday night for its Last Day of Classes celebration in the spring by selecting this year's LDOC chairs.


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Alum publishes first book

When 21-year old Natasha Hanshaw visits the Amazon.com site or stops by the essay collection section of Barnes and Noble bookstore, she will see her new book staring right back at her.


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Faculty diversity increases

Judith Ruderman, vice provost for academic and administrative services, presented the final report of the Black Faculty Strategic Initiative to the Academic Council Thursday.


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Tobacco Road showdown Saturday

It is not about a bell or a heated rivalry, or even the embarrassment of finishing in last place in the ACC. The 2003 Duke-North Carolina football game is about an inflatable Blue Devil helmet.


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Crime Briefs

Man arrested, 23 felony warrants served Twenty-three felony warrants for burglary, breaking and entering and larceny were served on Curtis Louis Sangster (DOB 2-22-70, 3209 Spottswood Rd., Raleigh,...


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Panelists finding a balance

A panel of six accomplished women from the Duke community discussed "Balancing Career and Family" Thursday night, showing students that the balance was possible, but that individuals had to follow...


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ARAMARK vote delayed until 2004

The University is only halfway into its five-year contract with ARAMARK, the Philadelphia-based food service provider responsible for the Great Hall, the Marketplace and other major dining...