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From Whom The Bell Tolls (11/24/2015)

Paul Modrich Shares Nobel Prize in Chemistry (10/7/2015)

Pratt patents and inventors on the rise since 2013 (10/7/2015)

Opponents, proponents share views on light-rail in Durham (10/1/2015)

Global Refugee Crisis Reaches Duke and Durham (9/29/2015)

Duke No. 8 in US News & World Report rankings once again (9/9/2015)

Trinity Academic Dean Model Revamped

Duke Commencement 2015 (5/10/2015)

‘All was well’: Public Harry Potter readings come to a close (4/13/2015)

Duke alum Andrew Barnhill to launch state senate bid (4/9/2015)

FIVE GOLDEN RINGS: Duke wins fifth national title, upending Wisconsin 68-63 (4/6/2015)

As Duke master’s programs expand, Academic Council debates role of degree (3/20/2015)

For some, humanities find answers in interdisciplinarity (2/26/2015)

Value of humanities education doubted in academic circles (2/9/2015)

Faculty Diversity Task Force evaluated, one year since inception (1/16/2015)

Durham Pharm. Company Tests Potential Ebola Treatment – Is Chimerix’s Brincidofovir the right tool to fight Ebola? (11/4/2014)

Early voting off to fast start in NC (10/23/2014)

Duke patient regains sight via ‘bionic eye’ (10/22/2014)

The Memory Project at Duke (09/12/2014)

Duke University Commencement Ceremony 2014
(Video) (May 11, 2014)

‘The Heart of the Matter’: National commission warns of serious consequences if the humanities and social sciences decline. Duke President Richard H. Brodhead said that “there is an urgent need to re-focus the country on maintaining national excellence in the disciplines”. (June 18, 2013)

Robert Lefkowitz Shares Nobel Prize in Chemistry (October 10, 2012)

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