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'Savage' summer reading selected

A selection committee has named "Savage Inequalities," a book documenting the shortcomings of the U.S. educational system, as the required reading for the incoming Class of 2007.


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Venter, Duke ink partnership

The formal announcement of a partnership between the Medical Center and The Center for Advancement of Genomics heralds the onset of what could prove to be a revolutionary step toward preventive...


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Student testifies at rape trial

The judge in a Durham rape trial allowed the testimony of a 21-year-old Duke student Tuesday, who recounted her own story of sexual assault in an effort to build a case against the defendant,...


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Asian matriculation hits record high

The next entering class at Duke will be stronger and markedly more Asian and Asian-American, said Director of Undergraduate Admissions Christoph Guttentag. The robust applicant pool, somewhat...


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Asian matriculation hits record high

The next entering class at Duke will be stronger and markedly more Asian and Asian-American, said Director of Undergraduate Admissions Christoph Guttentag. The robust applicant pool, somewhat...


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Institute hops sea to Japan

The SARS epidemic in China and southeast Asia has forced yet another change of plans for a Duke summer program. This time, though, no one seems to mind.


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Students stuck at Duke by SARS

The University's recent warning against travel to SARS-afflicted areas underscores a dilemma faced by many Asian students, who have been unwilling to return home due to the epidemic.


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Hospital probe finds deficiencies

The latest report from a series of probes into the Duke University Hospital found deficiencies in the Hospital's dialysis division, medication administering procedure and infection control,...