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Red light: Access denied

While students weren't looking, the administration made a change to the residential hall access policy, banning off-campus students from any access to on-campus dorms.


Rape's deeper problem

This weekend I was hit hard by the rape of a friend. I awakened to the reality that my world had shifted. While I complained about the usual things, too much work, Duke's lifting of the Mt.


One year later

One year ago, al Qaeda terrorists flew planes into the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon, killing nearly 3,000 people, part of a horrific day that changed the face of America.


Pratt remembered

The University lost one of its truest friends, most illustrious alumni and most generous benefactors last week when Edmund Pratt, Engineering '47, died of cancer Thursday night in New York City at...


A more secure community

Less than a year has passed since several reports of sexual assaults against students reawakened the Duke community to the dangers of such attacks, and two more reminders have come all too early...