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Trustee race narrows to 8 semifinalists

The Young Trustee Nominating Committee announced late Tuesday night the eight semifinalists left in the race for the undergraduate young trustee position, a three-year term on the Duke Board of...


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Certificiate in photonics OKd

The Graduate School and the Pratt School of Engineering's Fitzpatrick Center for Photonics and Communications Systems are now offering a graduate certificate program in photonics--another move in...


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Educating the new president

Although he must wait until July 1 to assume the reins of the University, President-elect Richard Brodhead has already commenced his six-month crash course on the ins and outs of Duke..


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Panel tackles King's vision

John Hope Franklin, William Darity and Ambassador James Joseph participated in a discussion about reparations and opportunities for greater racial equality with an audience of about 100 at the Duke...


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Duke to retire Beard's No. 20

The hallowed rafters of Cameron Indoor Stadium, previously home to the numbers of 11 of Duke's greatest male basketball players, will have to make room for a 12th jersey, as Alana Beard will become...


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'Delights off points, 'Bulls back on

With the voluntary departure of International Delights from the Merchants on Points lineup, the program will attempt to fill the void with the organic Soul Good Juice Cafe and an old standby, Wild...


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Duke website back in China

A block against Duke websites in China was finally lifted this week, but not before a lengthy stretch without electronic communication took its toll on University admissions and caused several...


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Officials reconsider holiday

Martin Luther King, Jr., Day is a federal holiday dedicated to the memory of the fallen civil rights leader, whose credos of faith and nonviolent protest shaped the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s.


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CC opposes changes to fall move-in

Campus Council representatives voted unanimously Thursday night in favor of a resolution recommending that West Campus dormitories remain open the Monday before freshmen move into East Campus.