The construction of the recycled cardboard fortress is expected to take up to 3,500 cardboard boxes.
I received a call Friday from a man who said he was there during the Allen Building Takeover, the dramatic 1969 civil rights moment on Duke University campus that we wrote about this week. Except he wasn't a student guarding the doors or putting flowers on policemen's badges.
He was wearing the badge.
The North Carolina NAACP announced Thursday that its youth and college division will begin a college campus tour across North Carolina after this upcoming Moral Monday.
Benjamin Reese, who oversees diversity, equal opportunity and discrimination prevention at Duke, attended the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington in D.C. Saturday.
Emergency officials responded to a small fire reported late Tuesday at Duke's French Family Science Center.
From a Bosnia youth ambassador to a founder of a Muslim women’s basketball league, the nearly 4,000 first-year students arriving at UNC-Chapel Hill this fall are diverse in their talents and come from all over the world, according to preliminary statistics and facts released by the university.
Duke University shared a few photos of Pres. Richard Brodhead on the set of The Colbert Report Thursday.
This app developed by a Duke senior isn’t your next lightsaber noise or zombie game – The “Uhuru” app maps the small business activity of refugees around the world.
Are you participating in any 50th-anniversary March on Washington events, or did you or one of your relatives participate in the original stand for civil rights? We want to hear from you.
Duke University President Richard Brodhead will represent the Blue Devil Nation within the Colbert Nation as the invited guest on Thursday's Colbert Report.