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A Watertight Argument

Wallace J. Nichols MEM'92 taps into our emotional connection to the sea

Artful Alumni Connections

Hundreds of alumni met up in Miami Beach Dec. 3-5 at international art show Art Basel

Campaign Stop 2016

A conversation with CNN's Nia Malika-Henderson '96

Campaign Stop 2016

A site for scholarly commentary and debate for the 2016 election

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

Nobel Prize medal

Walk into the science lab of a newly minted Nobel laureate, and you’ll spot the expected and not-so-expected things: pipettes, flasks, syringes, centrifuges, filtration equipment, radioactive-safe refrigerators, disposable gloves, notebooks of data, the journals Nature and Science, books like Molecular Biology of the Gene and The Biology of Cancer, tubes of Elmer’s glue, and a couple of pet guppies in their tanks. 

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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.