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Santillán's condition still critical

ONLINE UPDATE (4:30 p.m.): Following a second heart-lung transplant performed early Thursday at Duke Hospital, 17-year-old Jésica Santillán is off life support and being given a fighting chance.


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Duke backs Mich. in admissions case

In a display of support for another top university, Duke and several other top-20 universities signed onto a friend-of-the-court brief Tuesday in favor of considering race in admissions.


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Task force to examine bid day

New sorority members running down the Bryan Center walkway, past male bystanders and screaming sorority sisters, caused people both inside and outside the greek community to question the National...


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'Blackouts' common, says new survey

If you fell on your head and experienced a significant loss of memory, Clinical Professor of Medical Psychiatry Scott Swartzwelder would suggest trucking you off to the hospital for an MRI.


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Moneta presents 'village' to GPSC

Larry Moneta, vice president for student affairs, assured graduate and professional students Tuesday that their community will be included in the planned "student village" and that their voices...


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DukeDivest meets with Keohane

DukeDivest representatives met with President Nan Keohane Monday to present their case as to why the University should divest from companies with military ties to Israel.


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Weekend storm affects power, travel

Though a wintry mix of sleet and freezing rain frosted over roads, closed schools, and led North Carolina Governor Mike Easley to declare a state of emergency, the damage from Sunday's storm was...


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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.