Ahead of this year's Last Day of Classes celebration, The Chronicle's Ryan Zhang and Frances Beroset reached out to professors to find out how they approach LDOC when they have classes scheduled.
New Latinx, Asian American and Native American programming spaces will occupy the bottom floor of the Bryan Center starting next Fall.
Vice President Joe Biden joined a panel of local experts to discuss barriers to curing cancer Wednesday afternoon.
Charleston shooting survivor Jennifer Pinckney and other panelists covered topics such as gun violence, human rights and the role of churches in the community in a wide-ranging discussion Tuesday evening.
The four-day student retreat, which centers on discussions of race, socioeconomic status, gender and sexuality, began in 2003 and is held twice a year, once in the Fall and once in the Spring. Although many have praised the program for drawing attention to important issues and allowing students an opportunity to share their opinions and stories, it has received criticism for its methods and selective application process.
Following student demands that the new West Union be named after Julian Abele—the black architect who designed West Campus—an advisory group will recommend to President Richard Brodhead how best to recognize Abele's contributions to the University.
More than 100 students, faculty and administrators gathered in solidarity with University of Missouri protestors Thursday afternoon.
After a series of hateful incidents, Duke is working to combat a troubling campus climate.