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A farewell to Dan

Just one more week. Just one more week until Dan Rather “retires” from CBS News’s anchor chair and starts filing reports for 60 Minutes. Just one more.


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Arabian nights

A frequent student gripe about coursework is that what we’re learning has no relevance to our lives. For relevance, fortunately, we can turn to the library.


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Paging Eddie Hull

For the past few years, an unspoken sentiment has surfaced on the pages of The Chronicle, at the meetings of student government organizations and in countless conversations across campus.


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Why K-ville?

I live in the 4D building of Keohane Quad, which means that whenever I am hungry, 24 hours a day, I can walk down two flights of stairs in my slippers and order a waffle. Or, between the hours of 8 a.


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iDealism

“…The mission of Duke University is… to advance the frontiers of knowledge and contribute boldly to the international community of scholarship… to provide wide ranging...


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Shades of black

The language of culture obscures its limitations. From time seemingly immemorial, African Americans have fought within culture’s contradiction—to be oneself, and to be black.


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TOMMY SEABASS loves this game

TOMMY SEABASS was excited this weekend to acquire a ticket to the Duke Food Service Employees Basketball Tournament, a little-known annual ritual taking place after-hours in the Brodie Gymnasium.