Stefanie Pousoulides is The Chronicle's Investigations Editor. A senior from Akron, Ohio, Stefanie is double majoring in political science and international comparative studies and serves as a Senior Editor of The Muse Magazine, Duke's feminist magazine. She is also a former co-Editor-in-Chief of The Muse Magazine and a former reporting intern at PolitiFact in Washington, D.C.
North Carolina has joined states across the country in considering bills that oppose LGBTQ+ rights, and Duke students are fighting against them.
When the Class of 2024 matriculated at Duke, they brought along with them the pain of the impacts of COVID-19 on themselves, their family and their close friends.
The Class of 2024 described their political beliefs, voting plans, presidential votes and more in The Chronicle’s first-year survey.
National and local organizations associated with 13 of Duke’s Panhel and IFC chapters gave a total of more than $200,000 to the hybrid political action committee between 2013 and 2020.
For his first full year on the job, President Vincent Price made nearly $1.4 million.
While Duke students are currently petitioning for the reduction of fall 2020 tuition and housing, two class action lawsuits for the repayment of spring 2020 costs have been voluntarily dismissed.
At least one Duke University Hospital employee has tested positive for coronavirus and was possibly exposed to patients, WRAL reported.
The many students with belongings still in their dorms received a bit of clarity today about Housing and Residential Life's plan for receiving their personal items.
Duke students have organized to provide money and resources to local communities amid the coronavirus pandemic. At the same time, a network of now-deleted social media accounts attempted to solicit donations for alleged assistance to the Duke and Durham communities with unclear identities or intentions.