The expulsion of two fundamentalist Christian protesters Thursday is a disgrace to this University and this country.
It has come to my attention that DSG recently chartered a Duke chapter of Students for a Sensible Drug Policy, a national organization.
As an African American, a descendant of slaves and a Muslim woman, I felt compelled to respond to the Sept. 25 article "Qur'anic questions" by Dr.
As one of the members of the Arts and Sciences Task Force that reported on the likely budget crunch facing Arts and Sciences in the next few years, I was surprised to read The Chronicle's front...
The Chronicle's Oct. 12 headline stating that the Arts and Sciences budget Task Force had endorsed a cut of 50 faculty members to deal with projected Arts and Sciences deficits is misleading.
We would like to thank Bill English for his Oct. 7 column on women's issues and the gender initiative at Duke.
For the past year, women on campus have felt their safety increasingly threatened--a concern emphasized by last week's devastating attack of a woman in her locked bathroom.
During the recent quad protest, I noticed few people were really paying attention to the message, and many joked at how odd and displaced it looked. This is odd and disappointing.
I'm shocked and dismayed that President Nan Keohane declined to sign the anti-intimidation petition.