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Features Archive

Duke Football Finds Its New ‘Captain’

August 3, 2015

Keith Lawrence nominated by peers for special game day experience

Topics for this story: Athletics, Staff

Duke Librarian Enters Scrabble Championship

July 30, 2015

Research and Instructional Services staff member among 350 worldwide competitors

Topics for this story: Odds & Ends, Staff

Duke Tabs Young First Softball Coach

July 30, 2015
Topics for this story: Students

Duke Names First Softball Coach

July 29, 2015

Marissa Young to be the first head softball coach at Duke University

Topics for this story: Athletics

Let’s Remember Benefits of N.C. Renewables

the Charlotte Observer
July 29, 2015

Bill Schlesinger on the many benefits of North Carolina's renewable energy portfolio

Topics for this story: Environment & Sustainability, Opinion

Make Japan the World’s Peacekeeper

the (Toronto) Globe and Mail
July 29, 2015

Simon Partner: Anniversary of Japan’s WWII defeat good time to reimagine country’s role

Topics for this story: Global, Opinion

The Banjo: From Africa to the Appalachians

July 28, 2015

Duke research leads to website tracing the history of a multifaceted instrument

Ancient Rome and Confederate Monuments

the News & Observer
July 27, 2015

Mary Boatwright: The Romans understood that negative lessons were also significant

Topics for this story: Opinion

Senior Lands One of 330 WalMart Summer Internships

Nexstar Broadcasting
July 27, 2015

Abby Snyder discovers problem-solving, outdoors at corp. headquarters in Ark.

Topics for this story: Students

Foster Safer Communities at “National Night Out”

July 27, 2015

Enjoy free food and receive safety tips during the annual crime prevention event on Aug. 4