For years, Durham residents have had to deal with disruptive parties held by Duke students. A Durham Police Department initiative aims to change that. The idea is to “keep students clean from having a record, but ultimately change behavior."
Tallman Trask noted that the Central Campus apartments were built “on the cheap and not very well, which is part of the reason why [Duke is] getting rid of them.”
Duke might get its new graduate housing built for free.
More than a month after they were first discovered, there are still fleas in a Few Quad residence hall.
A panel of three NC judges ruled that the state’s redrawn U.S. House district map will be used in 2020.
Two dorm rooms in Gilbert-Addoms residence hall were the sites of theft Monday night.
Duke students braved the cold and rain Tuesday to join a rally outside the U.S. Supreme Court building in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
An opossum began living in the ceiling of the first floor of Few GG in late September, residents said, and the problem grew worse in October when fleas infested two first-floor bathrooms and multiple dorm rooms. The opossum remains at large, and one of the bathrooms was closed as of Sunday evening for another round of flea treatment.
Eight years of work and some well-timed coincidences led Donald McDonnell and his lab to a discovery that could change the lives of breast cancer patients.