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George McLendon, dean of the faculty of arts and sciences, discusses the major accomplishments of the last five years during the final Arts & Sciences Council meeting Thursday afternoon.
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George McLendon, dean of the faculty of arts and sciences, discusses the major accomplishments of the last five years during the final Arts & Sciences Council meeting Thursday afternoon.


Mary Ann Black, Duke University Health System’s assistant vice president for community affairs, and professor of economics  Charles Becker participated in the State of Durham’s Economy Breakfast Tuesday.
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Mary Ann Black, Duke University Health System’s assistant vice president for community affairs, and professor of economics Charles Becker participated in the State of Durham’s Economy Breakfast Tuesday.


There’s no “i” in team, but there is an “i” in obliterate. And that’s exactly what No. 10 Duke did Tuesday night, using suffocating defense and a relentless attack to overwhelm Dartmouth at Koskinen Stadium.
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There’s no “i” in team, but there is an “i” in obliterate. And that’s exactly what No. 10 Duke did Tuesday night, using suffocating defense and a relentless attack to overwhelm Dartmouth at Koskinen Stadium.


Signs posted Friday at entrances to dormitories across East and West Campus warn students that the fire alarms will not automatically notify Police in case of a fire.
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Signs posted Friday at entrances to dormitories across East and West Campus warn students that the fire alarms will not automatically notify Police in case of a fire.


Volunteer stylist Amy Torres shaves the head of a member of the Duke Rugby club team to support childhood cancer research.
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Volunteer stylist Amy Torres shaves the head of a member of the Duke Rugby club team to support childhood cancer research.


Senior Elizabeth Plotkin suffered two serious knee injuries within seven months of each other in 2008.
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Senior Elizabeth Plotkin suffered two serious knee injuries within seven months of each other in 2008.


Chapel Hill resident Mario Shawn Johnson, 32, has been charged with a Feb. 17 robbery of the BB&T bank on Duke Street, Durham Police Department officials announced Wednesday. Johnson remains at large as of Thursday night.
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Chapel Hill resident Mario Shawn Johnson, 32, has been charged with a Feb. 17 robbery of the BB&T bank on Duke Street, Durham Police Department officials announced Wednesday. Johnson remains at large as of Thursday night.


Some students said the social aspect of Krzyzewskiville this year was lacking after a snowstorm forced cancellations of several kickoff events, but added that tenting seemed easier this year compared to the past.
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Some students said the social aspect of Krzyzewskiville this year was lacking after a snowstorm forced cancellations of several kickoff events, but added that tenting seemed easier this year compared to the past.


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