It’s time to crack open the Merriam-Webster Dictionary and brush up on some new words. For the 60 young competitors at this year’s Duke University Regional Spelling Bee, dictionaries, lists Read More
Do you know a Duke undergraduate student or Duke employee who volunteers in the Durham community? Nominate them for a 2018 Duke service award. Nomination Form: Download the PDF Nomination Read More
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The goal: Pack 100,000 meals. The ingredients: Soup mix, beans and rice. Duke University, Durham Technical Community College, United Way of the Greater Triangle and local Rotary Clubs will bring Read More
Geraud Staton’s entrepreneurism began at 13 years old, when he started selling 5-cent Blow Pop candies for $1 to his school classmates. The money Staton earned selling candy went toward Read More
2018 will mark the Duke Office of Durham & Regional Affairs’ 10-year anniversary as a partner for economic and community development in both Durham and the Triangle.
Greg Duncan has watched his Durham nonprofit, the Center for Child & Family Health, grow from 33 employees to 84 in just nine years. His mental health organization expanded in Read More
Replacing furnaces, tearing out moldy walls of homes and rebuilding livelihoods – the work continues in central and eastern North Carolina counties hardest hit by Hurricane Matthew in October 2016.
Learn about Durham’s economic revolution and its shift from tobacco and textiles to technology and medicine. Study gentrification and the dynamics of neighborhood change. Attend the Durham Farmers Market and Read More
Five thousand words down, 3,000 to go. After school, Triangle Day School fifth grader Jason Sorin heads home, eats a snack, finishes his homework and then settles into a big, Read More
Colorful plastic eggs speckled the lawn of Duke East Campus Saturday, shining in morning sun. Children of Duke employees and neighbors close to campus waited for the signal, clutching pastel Read More