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Many feel anomalous, hidden and two steps behind. More overwhelmingly, members of the first-generation, low-income community say they are tenacious, deserving and proud of their identity.
Even with campus nearly empty and students scattered around the world, Duke’s voice continues to sing.
President Vincent Price announced that Duke has decided to postpone commencement for the Class of 2020, but he is committed to holding an in-person commencement celebration on campus at some point.
A red swastika was found painted on the East Campus Bridge Wednesday around 4:30 p.m and was quickly painted over.
The Chronicle wants to hear about your thoughts and concerns with wealth on campus.
If Duke Hospital can bounce back from a bad grade, then so can you.
Senior Jeffrey Wubbenhorst feels that the camera device has positively affected his time in college.