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Hailey Hoffman & Rachel Weeks

"Work hard, play well": The little idea that could grew from a discussion at a beach retreat into the year's most extravagant party-in the libraries. Through DukePlays, Weeks and Hoffman urged...


Melinda Gates

Duke put its money where its service-learning mouth is with the debut of DukeEngage, which will provide funding for every undergraduate's summer service projects. That initiative only became...


Tim Tyson (and friends)

A typical day of class for the 350 students in Tyson's (brown jacket) "The South in Black and White" opens with a gospel song. From there, discussion proceeds to literature, history, music and...


Larry Moneta

He built it and they came-tablers, lunch daters, guitar players, frisbee throwers and mister enthusiasts populated Moneta's pet Plaza throughout the year, disproving naysayers and people who...


Courting Diversity

It's Thursday night at the Searle Center, a conference space just off Research Drive, and the guests of honor are anxious. Around 100 of them, all high school students, all dressed in suits or...


What happened to the house?

The Chapel may grace official University promotional materials, but for a few months last spring, one building associated with Duke dominated the national imagination on a scale typically reserved...

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