Alison Korn is a Pratt sophomore and enterprise editor of The Chronicle's 118th volume.
From performing the Charlie Brown theme song at a nursing home to helping middle schoolers make DNA structures out of clay, Duke is home to many different student service groups in a variety of categories.
Last week’s 735 reported cases is a figure similar to the 732 cases reported Jan. 17 to Jan. 23 and the 714 cases reported the week of Jan. 10 to Jan. 16.
Students unable to find a compatible roommate within their West Campus quad who want to live with a roommate of another quad can submit an appeal.
The Chronicle’s first-year survey asked the Class of 2025 to describe their paths to Duke, including legacy or first-generation status, type of high school attended, median household income and whether or not students receive financial aid.
The Chronicle has compiled a list of ways to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. and participate in volunteering activities at Duke and in Durham this upcoming weekend.
The first time Lydia Greene saw sifaka lemurs in the wild in Madagascar, it was a “very emotional” moment for her. She had studied sifakas at the Duke Lemur Center for all of her undergraduate and graduate career.
The event, which was moderated by Deondra Rose, director of Polis and associate professor of history and political science, featured a question and answer session with three Durham leaders. The discussion centered on the panelists' work experiences, political interests and advice to students.
Cindy Smock, known as Sister Cindy on social media, and her husband Jed Smock preached “be a ho no mo” and other controversial topics Tuesday next to the Bryan Center parking lot.