The Duke Climate Forum held a panel Tuesday evening to discuss the University’s plans for reaching climate neutrality by 2024.
Ismail Royer, a convicted jihadist, and Jennifer Bryson, a former Guantanamo Bay interrogator, could not be more different.
On Wednesday night, a segment aired on the show “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee” entitled, “We Need to Talk About Stephen Miller.” During her monologue, Bee brought up Miller, Trinity '07 and a senior policy advisor to President Donald Trump, in the context of his undergraduate days at Duke and the biweekly column he used to write for The Chronicle.
Duke's Graduate and Professional Student Council covered a range of topics at their meeting Tuesday night, such as resources for handling sexual assault and a new vice president of graduate affairs.
The snow decorated the Sarah P. Duke Gardens like icing on a cake as several brave souls chose to venture into the swirling, white winter wonderland. The Chronicle sent some photographers to capture the gardens in their unusually monochromatic setting.
A group of MBA students gathered Tuesday evening to participate in a town hall at the Fuqua School of Business about mental health.
Podesta spoke to The Chronicle and Duke Political Review about Donald Trump's presidency, the future of the Democratic Party and special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
A recent national survey from the American College Health Association found that Duke undergraduate women were twice as likely than students at other colleges to report being “diagnosed or treated by a professional” for anorexia. The number at Duke was more than four percent of women surveyed, compared to less than two percent nationwide.
For those seeking more Latin American food on campus, their wishes may soon be granted.