The Chronicle's Amrith Ramkumar breaks down one of the biggest wins in program history for Duke. The Blue Devils trailed 14-0 and 35-28 but—thanks to a 24-32, 290 yard performance from quarterback Daniel Jones—came back to move to 2-2 on the year.
The Chronicle's Brian Mazur and Sam Turken preview the Blue Devils' fifth game of the year, with Duke coming in as favorites riding high off a 38-35 win at Notre Dame but without the support of senior running back Jela Duncan, who is out for the contest.
The Chronicle's Brian Mazur and Sam Turken break down Duke's third loss of the season and second home defeat. The Cavaliers forced six Blue Devil turnovers, as quarterback Daniel Jones threw for five interceptions in the game.
The Chronicle's Ben Feder and Hank Tucker preview Duke's chance to bounce back from two-straight road losses with a home contest against the No. 23 Hokies.
More than 100 students and employees gathered at the Chapel Nov. 14 to respond to Donald Trump’s election as president.
More here: http://www.dukechronicle.com/article/2016/11/students-gather-to-protest-trump-presidency-support-marginalized-groups
Video by Kenneth Campbell, editor-at-large for North Carolina Central University's Campus Echo. Campbell is also a Continuing Education intern at Duke's Center for Documentary Studies.
The Duke Student Government Senate convenes for its first meeting of the 2016-2017 school year.
At its final meeting of the year, the Duke Student Government Senate failed to secure sufficient support for a proposal that would have opened applications to serve on Board of Trustees committees to the student body. It also voted to uphold President Keizra Mecklai’s veto of a bill that would move $20,000 from the DSG surplus to the Chanticleer, Duke's yearbook.
01:26:55 - Discussion of opening Board of Trustees committee seats to the student body
03:58:10 - Election of Senate President pro tempore
The Duke Student Government Judiciary heard arguments from petitioners disputing President Keizra Mecklai's authority to veto funding for the Chanticleer, Duke's student yearbook. It also heard a case about funding for the new Peer Advocacy for Sexual Health center.
The Chanticleer case, Guarco and Lockhead v. Mecklai begins at 01:01:40.
The Chronicle's Jack Dolgin recaps the weekend in Duke athletics. The men's lacrosse team steamrolled No. 15 Marquette 16-1 Friday in its last regular-season home game, but the women's team suffered a 16-8 set-back at the hands of No. 3 North Carolina. Both the men's and women's tennis teams bowed out early in the ACC tournament, but the baseball team took two out of three on the road at Virginia Tech to win its third conference series in the past four weeks.
The Duke Student Government made changes to its funding of the Peer Advocacy for Sexual Health Center and approved changes to the annual budget allocations.
The Chronicle’s Jesús Hidalgo recaps the weekend in Duke sports. The men’s lacrosse team punched its ticket to the ACC tournament with a 14-8 win at Virginia, and both the men’s and women’s tennis teams rounded out their regular seasons in preparation for next week’s ACC tournaments in Cary, N.C. Duke women’s golf could not capture the ACC championship for the second straight year, but got top-10 finishes from Leona Maguire and Virginia Elena Carta. Sportswrap is your one-stop shop for everything that happened this weekend in Duke athletics.
The Duke Student Government gave final approval to its annual budget, funded the Peer Advocacy for Sexual Health Center and approved a resolution opposing the relocation of the Women's Center to East Campus during its Wednesday meeting.
Below are some meeting highlights and the corresponding times in the video at which they can be viewed:
Discussion of PASH Center—00:32:13
Opposes Women's Center relocation—02:18:16
Annual Budget Debate—02:34:05
The Chronicle's Jack Dolgin recaps the weekend in Duke sports. The men's basketball team announced Sunday that point guard Derryck Thornton will transfer after just one season with the Blue Devils, and the men's lacrosse team fell 8-6 at top-ranked Notre Dame. Duke baseball took a series from No. 21 Clemson for just the second time since 1998, and the women's tennis and women's lacrosse teams cruised to home wins against Boston College.
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