Tom Szigethy, Associate Dean/Director of the Duke Student Wellness Center, talks about how to help students avoid the dangers of drinking at college. Read his op-ed from the Atlanta Journal.

I've seen the video below before, but one of my beloved UG students just sent it to me and I wanted to share it.


Your presence is requested at the Final Honors Ceremony, honoring the accomplishments graduating seniors of African descent & their allies.
Saturday, May 12, 2012
6:00 pm
Page Auditorium, West Campus
Duke University

The event is free and open to the public.

Event Sponsors

This Thursday, April 19th, join students, faculty, and administrators in reading the names of genocide victims on the Plaza and Chapel steps.

The Muslim Student Association and the Jewish Student Union invite you to help us transform the Day of the Shoah (Holocaust Reme...mbrance Day) into an annual event for campus awareness, education, and engagement. This year, we are seizing the opportunity to not only call attention to humanity's greatest failures, but also to foster a critical sense of community and mutual respect among students, organizations, and institutions on campus.

Join us in reading the names of 20th and 21st century genocide victims between 8am and 8pm.

Please join me in congratulating the Greek Awards recipients and the Greek Community Standards Gold Chapters! Thumbnail

The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life is pleased to announce the addition of our 41st chapter: PI ALPHA PHI

Pi Alpha Phi was founded in 1929 at the University of California, Berkeley. They are the first Asian American Interest Fraternity. Six visionary men created an organization based on the bonds of friendship, mutual experience, academic excellence, and Asian Awareness.  Today, the founding principles of the Fraternity are not only valued, but instilled through educational, service, and leadership opportunities. Pi Alpha Phi is proud of its role in developing tomorrow’s leaders.

For more information about the organization visit:

Congratulations to the founding fathers at Duke!

The Center for Multicultural Affairs is now accepting submissions for our RACE SPEAKS PSA campaign. Submissions should be approximately 500 words and share a story about the role that race has played in an aspect of their life. The primary goal of this PSA campaign is to provide digital stories that illuminate the role that race plays in everyday life. Submissions can be sent to  Sean Novak at All are welcome to submit stories. 


Take a look at this fancy new map showing all of the ePrint locations on campus as well as the current status of each printer.