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Grad School tries teacher training

In an effort to provide professional development for graduate students who may wish to teach in the future, the Graduate School has hired a new administrative coordinator to offer school-wide...


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Survey highlights disordered eating

Although the issue of eating disorders can often be swept under the carpet of campus discussion, two new studies reveal that disordered eating behavior plays a central role in the lives of many...


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From the director's cut

Alex Rivera, an independent filmmaker whose work largely addresses the concerns of the Latino community, spoke Saturday to participants in the Latino Issues Conference.


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Bridging the gap

Food service worker Tenal Alston has been employed at Duke since 1993, practically a decade now.


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Jean-Baptiste signs bylaw amendment

In an effort to foster compromise in a bitterly divided Duke Student Government, President Joshua Jean-Baptiste signed legislation Friday calling for a new presidential election system after...


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Loving the Spotlight

Senior Jeff Wu, a member of the a cappella group 12 A.D., performs in this weekend's Lunar New Year. This is the third year the group has participated in the annual festival.


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Mixing business and pleasure

They may be married, teach in the same department and have similar research fields, but ask Eric and Carol Meyers how they met, and they just might give you different answers.


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N.C. House works to compromise

Now that the North Carolina House of Representatives is evenly divided between two parties, experts say the previously Democratic majority from last session will have to get used to accommodating...


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DUSDAC considers Fairview tips

Duke may have its share of ties to country clubs, but student reports that service at the Washington Duke Inn and Golf Club has been less than clubby have spurred administrators and student leaders...


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DSG divides over bylaw changes

Tension and confusion pervaded the atmosphere at Duke Student Government's general body meeting Wednesday night, as some legislators took sides in a heated debate over a proposed amendment to the...


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Nursing plans Ph.D. program

As the School of Nursing looks to increase its presence in the University's research community, the school is forging ahead with plans to institute a doctoral program as early as 2005.