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Losing My Religion

The Chapel, towering over the center of campus as a beacon for churchgoers and tourists alike, serves as the center of religious life for many students.


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Trustees hold light meeting

With The Campaign for Duke about $80 million from its $2 billion goal, the need to meet the fundraising effort's smaller targets is becoming much more pressing than the overall goal, Peter...


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Founders' Day speaker decries excess

Evoking comparisons to Professor Reynolds Price's famous address nine years ago, Robert Connor, president and director of the National Humanities Center, challenged the University to live up to its...


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Engineering enrollment could rise

Although the University is still only considering a plan to add 200 students to the undergraduate student body, officials believe most of the additional students would likely enter as engineers.


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Aloha!

Students declared Thursday "Beach Day" to draw attention to this Saturday's 1001 Nights Dance Marathon in The Great Hall.


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Edwards raises more 2004 questions

While most politicians are busy preparing for the November 2002 elections, speculation continues that North Carolina Senator John Edwards may have another election in mind.


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Mayor launches Latino initiative

"Hablas espaol?" The number of Durham police officers answering no to that question is just one of the reasons helping the Latino community has become a major city government priority.