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Students Organize Relief Effort for Nepal in Aftermath of Earthquake

April 27, 2015Four undergraduate students from Nepal have organized a relief effort on campus, promising that all funds would directly go to groups working on the ground in the country. [More]

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Free Outdoor Movie On Tap for Duke Appreciation

Events for annual staff and faculty celebration in May include Durham Bulls games and more

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The Monty Hall Problem

The Monty Hall problem is a strange result arising from a very simple situation. In this video, Duke' Bryce Gessell explains why it seems so counterintuitive and why the solution isn't counterintuitive at all.

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Celebrating 15 Years of Metamaterials

Sir John Pendry and Pratt School's David Smith discuss metamaterials breakthroughs such as invisibility cloaks and miniaturized flat antennas.

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The Origin of International Studies at Duke

Craufurd Goodwin outlines his involvement in starting the Center for International Studies at Duke in the 1960's.

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Mitt Romney on Politics and Foreign Affairs

The former Republican presidential nominee talks with Duke Professor Peter Feaver at the Ambassador Dave and Kay Phillips Family International Lecture

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