Four Duke professors signed an open letter opposing President Donald Trump's reelection.
Some students had long had the fall of 2020 earmarked for a leave of absence from Duke for election-related work. For others, the decision came in response to COVID-19, after a spring and summer filled with Zoom meetings and a lack of clarity from Duke about what the fall semester would look like on campus.
Instead of seeing cancellations as a loss, seniors Mary Gooneratne and Luke Truitt saw an opportunity to help their peers.
After a season filled with wind, snow and administrators preventing students from burning benches, Tent 1 will be the first group of 12 students through the doors of Cameron Indoor Stadium when Duke hosts the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Saturday.
Claudia Koonz knows that talking to her can sometimes be difficult. “Don't talk to a Nazi historian if you want to cheer up,” she cautions with a laugh.
In honor of International Women's Day, senior Kristina Smith, president of Duke Student Government, shared her experiences as a female leader on campus with The Chronicle.
A sociologist who studies social interaction said waiting in line can be a way of distinguishing oneself as part of an elite or niche group.
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford is considered an expert in trauma.