In the ongoing debate between Professor of Economics Roy Weintraub and Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences William Chafe, I want to support Weintraub.
While Bill English's most recent column was simply riveting, I feel that he forgot several important versions of "student." There's the student as future spouse, for example.
The reason for the Republican victory Tuesday night lies more in the current weakness of their opponent than in the political attitude of the country.
On Sunday, Nov. 10 and Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m. leaders from 10 selective houses on campus will be hosting SHRIS (Selective House Rush Information Session).
Jessica Rutter proves again that she doesn't need to know anything on a subject to write her biweekly diatribe.
In her letter to the editor last Friday, Rachel Decker raised a legitimate concern about the stereotypes of sorority women, but she unfairly portrayed Sigma Chi's intentions in creating the frozen...
In his letter of Oct. 31, Professor Roy Weintraub argues that Duke's commitment to diversity in its faculty is at odds with the pursuit of excellence.
Pundits will not stop talking about history. CNN's conservative talking heads sat smugly touting the historical win for the Republicans. Democratic talking heads echoed that, calling it a fluke.
The Chronicle has once again mixed up facts and forced its uninformed opinion on the student body.
I'm proud to be a liberal.