But what are these partnerships actually like and what challenges arise from working with independent restaurateurs instead of Duke employees? And more importantly, at a time when universities are steadily increasing tuition and the public is calling for colleges to spend more on financial aid, how much value should schools really place on their dining?
Tired of the food in the Brodhead Center as the semester winds down? Maybe a tarantula burger can spice up your palate.
College students probably won't like the results from this study. New research has found that drinking even the recommended amount of alcohol could still shorten your life—and the suggested amount is probably much less than what you actually drink.
As a sophomore at Duke, Nancy Hogshead-Makar went for a run between East and West Campus, an activity that many students do on a weekly basis.
It seems that sports and junk food just go well together. What’s the point of even watching a football game without chowing down on pizza and wings? However, new research has revealed that many of the food items marketed through sports sponsorships are bad for you—and may be contributing to nationwide obesity rates.
Although medical advances in the past century have reduced infant mortality around the globe, the U.S. rate is still high compared to other developed countries. But the situation is even worse for black infants.
Some students come to Duke eager to get involved in the activist culture that colleges are known for having. Victoria Pannell is a bit ahead of the game—her entire life has already revolved around activism.
For some rising juniors and seniors applying for housing next year, their lives just got a bit more complicated.