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14 for 14

December 22, 2014

Favorite memories from an amazing year for Duke alumni

Flu Activity Peaks Between Now and February

December 22, 2014

Vaccine is still best chance for prevention even though one active flu strain has mutated

Topics for this story: Employee Wellness, Faculty, Staff

150 Years of Advertising Legend

December 18, 2014

Rubenstein Library creates online portal to mark J. Walter Thompson anniversary

Topics for this story: Humanities & Social Sciences, Research

What Does It Feel Like to Be Tortured?

December 18, 2014

Ariel Dorfman on five books that come closest to conveying the horror

Topics for this story: Faculty, Humanities & Social Sciences

Welcome to Politics 4K

The Conversation
December 18, 2014
Topics for this story: Arts, Faculty, Politics & Public Policy

When Doctors Take Part in Torture

December 18, 2014

Philip Rosoff on a serious breach of ethics eroding the public's faith in medicine

Meet the Holiday Cookie Contest Winners

December 18, 2014

Professor wins best overall in Working@Duke’s first holiday cookie contest

The Couple that Dresses the Chapel for Christmas

December 17, 2014

The Fergusons' decorations bring 'life and love and light' to the chapel 

Is Pop Culture Making Us 'Meh' About Torture?

Dame Magazine
December 16, 2014

Robin Kirk says despite what TV may portray, torture makes us less safe

Topics for this story: Opinion

Divinity School Professorship

December 16, 2014

William McCutchen and Irene Lilly McCutchen, both '62, give $1.5 million to Duke's Center for Reconciliation