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Roger Dubay

It's 8:52 a.m., and Roger Dubay, manager of the Sanford Deli, has been awake for nearly three hours, even though the deli has not yet seen its first rush of the day.


NEWS  |  LOCAL NATIONAL

Teaching the Educated

TFA was the top employer of Duke’s graduating seniors last year: 11 percent went on to teach in a classroom as a TFA corps member. And historically, more than 300 Duke graduates have given two...


OPINION  |  COLUMNS

THE FUTURE SOCIAL NETWORKING

When my ninth grade teacher explained the theory of "six degrees of separation," I was skeptical. The 14-year-old me couldn't fathom how 6 billion people were only six relationships apart. I was...


NEWS

Pankaj Agarwal

Most undergrads only suffer through pre-reqs to complete their graduation requirements. But one student is voluntarily taking these courses: in fact, he is excited to do so. When they cost too...


NEWS

Cyber Stealing

You've heard the story before. For years, headlines have told the tales of individuals being sued by the Recording Industry Association of America. Music downloading, copyright infringement, fair...


NEWS

Michael Munger

As a Libertarian, Munger has been making headlines as the first third-party candidate to participate in a live, televised gubernatorial debate in the state.


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Panel talks policy with small crowd

Though turnout was small, Mayor Bill Bell engaged representatives from three local political parties in an intimate discussion Tuesday evening about issues relevant to college students.


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Baldwins seek to empower Duke females

Effortless perfection. This term, thrown around often in campus culture discussions and debates, sprang out of the Women's Initiative, a study commissioned by the University in 2003 that examined a...

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