Trustees Address University Efforts on Equity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism
The Duke University Board of Trustees endorsed the university’s efforts to advance diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racism in a wide-ranging series of sessions and conversations at its quarterly meeting Friday and Saturday.
Next Justice Could Bring ‘A Sea Change In The Law,’ Says Legal Expert
Gun rights, Roe v. Wade and the Affordable Care Act likely affected, says law professor Joseph Blocher
Study Finds No Partisan Relocating of Polling Places in NC
County elections officials did not appear to change polling place locations to suppress voters of the opposite party
How Racial Identity and Polarization Could Influence the Election
Duke faculty discuss protests, racism and politics during media briefing
Rachel Myrick: How Political Polarization Is Changing American Foreign Policy
From Oxford University, then-Rhodes Scholar Rachel Myrick gained an entirely new perspective on U.S.
New Drug Candidate Found for Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease
Targeting RNA with small molecules could pave the way for new antivirals