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‘They did everything they could to make me feel guilty’

This is the first story in a multi-part series on the student conduct process. The Chronicle has changed the name of the student referred to as Jane Doe due to the sensitive nature of the story. Doe’s account is based on interviews with her as well as documents she provided to The Chronicle from the student conduct process.


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Editors' Note

Like President Brodhead, our time at Duke is coming to an end. But although we’ve only been here for four years compared to Brodhead’s 13, we’ve nevertheless had some time to get to know this place.


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In the eye of the storm

When Richard Brodhead called up his close friends at Yale to tell them that he would be taking the President’s job at Duke, they were shocked. “People couldn’t believe it,” he said of his friends’ reactions.


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ACC expansion is one of the main reasons it has become harder for Duke to consistently generate as many ACC championships and NCAA tournament berths in recent years.
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ACC expansion is one of the main reasons it has become harder for Duke to consistently generate as many ACC championships and NCAA tournament berths in recent years.


Donald Trump's vice presidential nominee Mike Pence spoke in Winston-Salem Tuesday. 
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Donald Trump's vice presidential nominee Mike Pence spoke in Winston-Salem Tuesday. 


DSG records show that groups of senators are tightly connected by their voting patterns.
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DSG records show that groups of senators are tightly connected by their voting patterns.


The eight students read statements after exiting the Allen Building.
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The eight students read statements after exiting the Allen Building.


Protestors marched down Chapel Drive after the sit-in ended.
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Protestors marched down Chapel Drive after the sit-in ended.


The Rev. William Barber II, president of the state's chapter of the NAACP, announced that students would leave the Allen Building Friday afternoon.
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The Rev. William Barber II, president of the state's chapter of the NAACP, announced that students would leave the Allen Building Friday afternoon.


Protestors marched down Chapel Drive after exiting the Allen Building.
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Protestors marched down Chapel Drive after exiting the Allen Building.


Students sitting in the Allen Building in protest revealed the banner above Saturday afternoon.
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Students sitting in the Allen Building in protest revealed the banner above Saturday afternoon.

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