Junior Bobby Menges was known for always being full of infectious energy and positivity.
Duke experts presented arguments both in favor of and against President Donald Trump's executive order banning immigration at an event Thursday.
One year after two brothers were diagnosed with cancer, Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity is raising money to donate to the new adolescent and young adult oncology program at the Duke University Health System.
Although Internet trolls were once known for leaving inflammatory comments on relatively inconsequential topics, trolling has become an international political issue.
Even on the eve of Inauguration Day, some are still debating how Donald Trump ultimately won the presidential election.
Students visiting the Edens gaming suite will now be able to immerse themselves in video games—literally.
Wendy Davis, a former Texas state senator known for her 11-hour filibuster in 2013 to block a Senate bill restricting abortion, visited campus Thursday to meet with student leaders. She will also hold a roundtable event Friday morning in the Law School and will later visit the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Chronicle’s Samantha Neal talked with Davis about the presidential election, the ongoing Charlotte protests and student voting as Davis visited Red Mango.
Approximately 100 Divinity School students staged a protest outside the Chapel Wednesday afternoon following a fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, a black man, by a police officer in Charlotte. Check out The Chronicle's storify of the event. [<a href="//storify.com/dukechronicle/divinity-students-protest-following-police-violenc" target="_blank">View the story "Storify: Divinity students protest following police violence in Charlotte" on Storify</a>]