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BAA profs express frustration

Following the announcement that a reorganization of the biological anthropology and anatomy department will likely reduce the faculty by more than half, professors have expressed concerns about the...


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Young trustee finalists chosen

The Inter-Community Council selected the three finalists for this year's undergraduate young trustee this week, is the first group ever not to include a member of Duke Student Government.


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The cloning debate

Nearly a month after the supposed cloning of two humans by the Raelians, a religious sect, the Duke community maintains mixed feelings over the implications of human cloning.


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BAA set for downsizing

Administrators in Arts and Sciences and the School of Medicine announced in meetings late last week that the probable reorganization of the Department of Biological Anthropology and Anatomy will...


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$2,006,684,498

The University has reached its $2 billion Campaign for Duke goal almost a full year before its December 31, 2003 target, President Nan Keohane and campaign co-chairs Ginny and Peter Nicholas...


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Dispute threatens DUHS, state pact

In a move that could prove disastrous for Duke University Health System, the State Employees Health Plan is planning to terminate its existing contract with DUHS in reaction to stalled...


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Bunche Institute wins renewal grant

The Ralph Bunche Summer Institute, a program aimed at encouraging minority undergraduates to study political science at the graduate level, has been awarded a $360,000 grant by the National Science...