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Undergraduate parking plan unveiled

Members of Parking and Transportation Services released a preview of next year's undergraduate parking policy - including changes to permit costs and plans for the new Bryan Center parking garage -...


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Undergrad applicants set record

It's the envelope some high school seniors have been waiting for all their lives, and for 3,295 Duke regular decision applicants last week, the envelope was satisfyingly thick.


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French connection

A mandatory field trip on a sunny afternoon is probably unlikely to induce enthusiastic gasps of amazement among a group of average college students these days.


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Profs discuss history of reparations

As a child growing up in rural Oklahoma, John Hope Franklin viewed Tulsa as the land of opportunity - his family planned to relocate there in the early 1920s, hoping to move into a nicer home and...


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Council approves zoning law

In a move sure to affect future development on Central Campus, the Durham City Council adopted an ordinance Monday night that established a new university-college District but prevented any large...


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B-school enlarges MBA class

An expansion of the business school's master's of business administration class is padding a down year for applications to the school's higher-end programs.


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Institute picks chair candidates

Officials at the Duke Institute on Care at the End of Life say they are optimistic about the search for a new director, after a committee identified a pool of over 100 candidates from around the...


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Union to host concert in Cameron

Capitalizing on the Athletics Department's recent consent to hosting a major concert in Cameron Indoor Stadium, the Duke University Union has secured a guarantee from the University for a...


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A new CROP of volunteers

Local students join hundreds of other community members from around Duke and Durham for Sunday's CROP Walk, which seeks to raise money to help fight hunger.