Duke community members made their way to Washington D.C. this weekend for two very different events—President Donald Trump's Friday inauguration and the Women's March on Washington the next day.
As undergraduates began classes last week, a slightly older demographic at the University's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute also began their studies.
Duke professors had mixed reactions about the legitimacy of new laws curbing Governor Roy Cooper's powers.
Durham residents gathered at the Farmers' Market Sunday morning to protest President-elect Donald Trump’s victory.
Residents from all over Durham gathered at Parts & Labour restaurant in Motorco Music Hall, anxiously watching the nail-biting 2016 election night.
Given the popularity of the computer science major, it's likely that you've heard some of your friends complain about a coding assignment.
Although most of Duke’s international students cannot vote in the U.S., they have nevertheless found themselves caught up in the political hype of this year's presidential election.
Sophomore Matthew Kaplan was recently named a CNN hero for starting the nonprofit Be ONE Project, which provides anti-bullying workshops for middle school students. The Chronicle spoke with Kaplan about his inspiration for creating the workshops and how to address bullying at Duke.
On the heels of a new funding agreement last June, the Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore partnership continues to explore innovative medical curriculums.