Duke, Oklahoma Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The Duke City Marathon is set for November 17, and the city has been receiving a flood of questions about the pandemic. To combat the situation, organizers have introduced the new race with a randomized start time of 15 minutes, staggered to avoid congestion at the race's beginning. In addition, volunteers at the "motivation stations" will be gloved and masked. Additionally, the race follows the state's current health and safety guidelines, and will not ask for proof of vaccination or a COVID-19 test at the event.

The Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity is a hub of LGBQT+ culture on the Duke campus. The center hosts events on campus, provides educational resources, and maintains the OUTDuke list of Duke faculty and staff. The LGBTQ+ network is a group of alumni, faculty, and friends of the university dedicated to serving the Duke community. As the University's first Black student graduated in 1870, the campus has been increasingly inclusive of LGBQT+ students.