• Thu Jun 26
    • Duke in Tuscany students play central role in rare discovery of Etruscan tomb
    • The discovery of an ancient, untouched Etruscan tomb recently touched off a frenetic sprint as archaeologists rushed to document their find before any number of factors -- rain, soft soil, looters lurking in twilight -- could spoil matters. A Duke research team – including eight students...

    • Mon Jun 16
    • DC Office Showcases Art By Pedro Lasch for Washington Community
    • Duke in Washington hosted a private preview reception for the diplomatic and arts community featuring "Abstract Nationalism & National Abstraction: Anthems for Four Voices," The Phillips Collection Project by Duke artist and faculty member Pedro Lasch...

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