Sophie Turner
Duke kicks off John Hope Franklin Centennial celebration

The centennial celebration commemorating the life of historian John Hope Franklin kicked off Wednesday night.

Duke women in STEM battle the gap

With a recent study showing that popular stereotypes—rather than lack of ability— may be responsible for the gender gap in certain fields, Duke women note that females in STEM fields face a variety...

Selective living groups become more competitive

Selective living groups saw significant increases in the number of applicants this recruitment season, but the number of bids extended remained limited.


Head coach Mike Krzyzewski earned his 1,000th career victory Sunday against St. John's.
COACH K 1K: Duke beats St. John's to secure Krzyzewski's 1,000th win

A 13-1 run brought No. 5 Duke back from a double-digit hole against St. John's Sunday, earning head coach Mike Krzyzewski the 1,000th win of his career.

Duke track and field to compete in Armory Collegiate Invitational on national TV

The Blue Devils’ season will kick into high gear this weekend as the team takes on its first of three elite midseason meets.

Brey has Fighting Irish in elite form heading into top-10 clash with Duke

With Wednesday’s top-10 clash between Duke and Notre Dame quickly approaching, the game’s most important matchup may come on the sideline rather than on the court.


Reclaim failure

Business suits and interview folios descend upon campus as the most recent interview season begins—this one largely for summer consulting and finance positions.

To love and to be loved

Though I’m genuinely grateful for my education shaping me into a thoughtful individual, I find myself asking a crucial question—has my ability to critique shrouded my ability to love?


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Music Review: Girls in Peacetime Just Want to Dance

"When I used to listen to records in the ‘80s as a teenager, they were singing to you and telling you stuff about life you didn’t know. It was in the lyrics and it was in the feeling.”

Movie Review: Inherent Vice

Sex, lies and videotape; sex, drugs and rock and roll: these are the overlapping triumvirates governing Paul Thomas Anderson's film.

Actress and activist Laverne Cox to visit Duke

By focusing on a person's anatomy, the humanity of an individual and the uniqueness of his or her story is often lost.


Duke's prevalent yet secretive marijuana culture allows its favorite drug dealer to analyze the University's diverse culture.
The Dank Diaries

Inside the world of Duke's favorite drug dealer

Laying the foundation

How three sisters sparked a century's worth of women's activism at Duke


Why the Second City is first for Duke basketball