Issue 9 - By Any Means NecessaryBy Baishi Wu | October 17, 2008
Disfigured faces, horribly deformed legs and monstrous tumors and scars characterize the results of more than 400 nuclear tests carried out by the Soviet Union in a remote expanse of Asia.
Trinity junior Michael Bown will face a myriad of issues this year as the new president of the Interfraternity Council.
By IVAN SNYDER.
Filmmaker Oliver Stone challenged about 1,000 students and other members of the community to recapture their spiritual essence and question truth in a speech Friday night in Page Auditorium.
There is a difference between hearing and listening, and sometimes I wonder if anybody listens.
The first detailed survey of ethical conduct in science has revealed what many researchers have long known: Honesty is not always the chosen policy when publication is at stake.
The letter to the editor by John Younger ("Part-time student policy hurts families," Nov. 5) caught my attention and brought back unpleasant memories.
Coming off a frustrating fourth-quarter loss to Rutgers, the football team wanted a change of pace.
I dropped to the floor in horror and utter disbelief. The bus quaked with the will of the surging masses.
"I'll give you a place to stay for the night.".
I never knew how bad this place was until I left it. I don't mean Duke exclusively, although I certainly don't want to leave it out.
From staff reports.
The question, as it always is, is why?.
This past weekend, two very different families took up residence at Branson Theater.
This is a letter to everyone on campus, and especially to those on Central Campus. Recently I had an experience that has opened my eyes to one of the dangers of living on Central.
It was sad to read the account of the speech by Nestor Carbonell in The Chronicle. If the account can be taken at face value, Mr.
I would like to preface this letter by acknowledging my association with the greek system through my involvement as a pledge of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.
I would like to comment on the Arts and Sciences Council meeting about military policy regarding homosexuals. Some statements need clarification so that an honest discussion can occur.