Jake Satisky is a Trinity junior and the Editor-in-Chief for Volume 115 of The Chronicle.
If you were thinking of taking classes during Summer Session I, you might consider backup options.
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They were on an overseas Duke trip where four members of the group became infected.
The Chronicle wants to clear up any confusion, push administration to take equitable and just actions, and provide an outlet for anyone in the community—students, faculty, staff, parents, Durhamites—to express themselves.
Wondering what you'll be able to get from your dorm?
After the University announced yesterday that classes will move online, spring break will be extended by a week and students should not return to campus due to the coronavirus spread, the Duke community had many questions. Editor-in-chief Jake Satisky spoke to Duke's spokesperson Michael Schoenfeld, vice president for public affairs government relations, to try to get some of those questions answered.
An earlier version of this article incorrectly announced junior Valeria Silombria as the winner of the Duke Student Government presidential election.
Although there have yet to be any reported cases of the coronavirus at Duke, the University is readying for possible student self-isolation in light of student travel to areas at high risk of exposure to the coronavirus.
On this leap day, Duke’s Board of Trustees approved a leap in tuition and total cost of attendance for next year.
Switch-hitting catcher Michael Rothenberg will be a pivotal piece for the Blue Devils in 2020.