The independent news organization of Duke University

News

NEWS

President's arrest tops DSG's list

Legislators may face a packed agenda at tonight's Duke Student Government meeting, from a possible address regarding the DSG president's assault charge and arrest to cabinet nominations and a...


NEWS

Chem faculty rethink lab schedules

When the French Science Center is complete, students may find themselves with lab goggles and chemicals rather than beers and hangovers on Thursday nights and Saturday mornings.


NEWS

K-ville discussion

Behind the scenes of a recent discussion to shorten the tenting period in Krzyzewskiville may be a tacit administrative disapproval of the practice - K-ville and athletics in general have become...


NEWS

Profs react to Chafe's decision

The happiest man to learn about William Chafe's announcement Sunday that he would be stepping down as dean of the faculty of arts and sciences may have been John Thompson, chair of the history...


NEWS

OPEC chief discusses high prices

Abdullah Bin Hamad Al-Attiyah, president of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and Qatar minister of energy and industry, told a near-capacity audience in Love Auditorium Monday...


NEWS

Remembering the dead

Students attend a vigil Sunday night to mourn the death of Rachel Corrie, an American peace activist who was killed March 16 in Gaza during an Israeli army operation.


NEWS

Longtime A&S dean to return to teaching

William Chafe, dean of the faculty of arts and sciences and vice provost for undergraduate education, will step down from his positions June 30, 2004, to resume teaching and research, The Chronicle...


NEWS

Tenters sound off on proposed changes

With Head Line Monitor Jeremy Morgan expected to hold a town meeting in April to discuss changes to the tenting policy, many residents of Krzyzewskiville are agreeing that next year's policy could...