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An Illegal Act of Basketball

'The Secret Game' book describes match-up that flouted Jim Crow long before Civil Rights victories

Document Duke 360 on Display

Photos documenting university life to go on exhibit in Allen Building Gallery

The Coming Bubble In Coastal Values

Study suggest values could nosedive if feds end beach nourishment subsidies

The Beauty of Bayes, Online

Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel found teaching online changed how she taught statistics

Talk of the Campus

Experimental Poliovirus Therapy Gives Tumor Patient Hope

March 28, 2015On Sunday, CBS's news show "60 Minutes" will feature a Duke patient whose brain tumor is responding to an unusual therapy using a modified poliovirus to kill the cancer cells. [More]

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Traveling? Plug into Duke Global IT Support

OIT offers tools and tips to students and employees traveling on Duke business

From the Gallery

Writing Advice For Students From Tony Kushner

Speaking at the Sanford School, Pulitzer-winning playwright Tony Kushner he gave insight into the process of writing.

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Duke Leadership

Brodhead: A Shared Fate Between Academics, Athletics, Medicine and Location

In annual address to faculty, president discusses university's connection with medicine, sports and Durham

Faculty

Dellinger, Leuchtenburg on Franklin

To mark the centenary of John Hope Franklin's birth, Walter Dellinger and William Leuchtenburg reflect upon the course that the three of them taught at Duke Law.

Engineering

Blake Wilson on Engineering for the Hearing Impaired

Cochlear implant pioneer Blake Wilson delivers the Pratt School's 75th anniversary lecture