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President Richard Brodhead to Step Down in 2017

Brodhead will take a year’s sabbatical before returning to teaching and writing

Meet the Patels

An alumna filmmaker goes on a documentary journey to explore what it means to love

Chad Dickerson: From the Duke Coffeehouse to Etsy

A pragmatist with an outlier spirit, the Etsy CEO crafts a career celebrating creativity

A Niche Network

More than 450 alumnae returned to Duke Feb. 18-20 for the fifth Women's Weekend

Alumni Voices

They were saved Wednesday only because Dylann Roof kicked the door so violently it got stuck. It was still stuck Sunday. The trail of bullet holes on the floors and walls tell another story.

Duke Magazine

Duke lacrosse team

On January 10, 2016, John Danowski stood on the sideline of a soggy lacrosse field in Bradenton, Florida, where most of the day before hard rains had pelted the surrounding palm trees. He watched his U.S. Lacrosse National team warm up, while at the other end of the field its opponent, 2015 NCAA champion University of Denver Pioneers, did the same. Denver had won the title in a Final Four that, for the first time in the past nine years, had not included Danowski’s Blue Devils.

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Blue Devils in the Spotlight

JD'14

The law grad will clerk for Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts in the 2016-2017 term.

‘00

The former Google executive is using app technology to make smarter undergarments.

'01

Caberwal founded Bond, a company that helps users send handwritten notes in seconds using a robot.

'96

Henderson ‘96 leaves the Washington Post to join CNN as a senior political reporter on its digital politics team.