In fact, I think a lot of medical students feel like the sixth floor: consistently told they’re destined for something great, but currently stuck filling a number of vague roles until they find out what the future holds.
Confronting the fact that I went to Duke for four years and tried very few off-campus restaurants made me feel a little like a fraud.
In the aftermath of Duke’s response, The Chronicle spoke with key administrators to discuss the decisions that shaped the University’s actions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In its final meeting of the academic year, the Duke Student Government Senate doled out funding to student groups and swore in new DSG officials.
Both Summer Session I and II will be online this summer, and the University is making a few tweaks to the typical offerings.
Although most students aren’t on campus, Last Day of Classes festivities will still take place—virtually, culminating in a Zoom concert headlined by Two Friends.
Have you tried riding one of the new electric scooters that popped up on Duke's campus this year? Managing Editor Nathan Luzum tried one out for the first time and brought us along for the ride. This is part one of a two-part series by The Chronicle about the electric scooters. Part two compares the speed of the two types of scooters on campus. Hosted by Nathan Luzum Videography by Tessa Delgo and Jackson Muraika Edited by Bre Bradham