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WEL diner reopens amid growing pains

Rick's Diner in the West-Edens Link returned to almost full service Monday after a hectic 12 hours late Sunday night when a dearth of food caused the four-day-old eatery to turn away customers.


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Carcara pulls out of Durham search

The search for the next Durham chief of police could either conclude Wednesday or may have to begin anew, after city officials met Monday and candidate William Carcara dropped out of the selection...


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Off-campus parkers gain extra spots

All underclassmen will likely be able to park in the Blue Zone this year, administrators said, tentatively banishing earlier fears that commuters would have to park in the remote lots on Duke...


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'Thief' makes debut at orientation

Although the opening paragraph of Ethan Canin's "The Palace Thief," reads "This is a story without surprises," the short story provided enough material for over an hour of discussion during...


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Looking for direction?

Freshmen attended a speech by novelist Maya Angelou Sunday in the Chapel. Angelou, the Reynolds professor of American studies at Wake Forest University, speaks annually to freshmen..


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Old honor code sees last hurrah

Although the scene outside freshman convocation Thursday much resembled those of past years, the Class of 2006's signing of the Honor Code on the Chapel Quadrangle had a hint of irony this year.


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Keohane greets freshman class

In her convocation address to the Class of 2006, President Nan Keohane called on two unique metaphors to stress the importance of character and diversity.