Partial funding may hold back Duke swimming and diving
Even though the Duke men and women broke 17 school records at the ACC Championships last week, the teams’ seventh-place finishes could have been affected by scholarship funding disparities.
Duke men's swimming looks to break records at ACC Championships
Even though the rest of the team has completed its ACC Championship meet, the men’s swim team is heading over to Greensboro, N.C. Wednesday for the ACC Championships.
Duke swimming and diving sets 13 program records at ACC Championships
As the Duke women swimming and diving teams and the men’s diving team closed the ACC Championships.
Mason Plumlee and Duke basketball rebound from an ugly first half to sneak past North Carolina 73-68
After first half struggles, Mason Plumlee showed North Carolina ( why he’s a National Player of the Year candidate Wednesday night when the Blue Devils snuck past their biggest rivals.
Duke Olympian divers Abby Johnson and Nick McCrory thrive in the college waters
Johnston and McCrory both won this weekend for Duke.
Duke swimming and diving goes to Tennessee and UNC for the weekend
Both meets began Thursday and will continue through Saturday.
Duke basketball lineup still a work in progress
The Blue Devils still have to figure out their rotation as the season moves forward.
Thomas Petes, 'monk of science' and Duke geneticist, studies cancer through yeast
Petes explores the mechanisms of cancer cells by examining a less menacing subject—yeast.
Duke swimming finds individual success in the season's first home meet
In a steamy and packed Taishoff Aquatic Pavilion, the Blue Devils held their first home competition.
Duke swimming hosts four-way matchup
Duke is coming off a strong season opener at the All-North Carolina Invitational Oct. 5 and 6.
Duke swimming earns second against N.C. foes
It’s all about the process, Duke head coach Dan Colella said.
Duke swimming starts against North Carolina opponents
In the Blue Devils’ opening meet of the season, they hope to ‘pop some swims.’
The Chimp, the Dog, and the Hare
Professor Brian Hare unravels the minds of man's closest relatives and closest friends
Duke basketball helps children fighting cancer
Senior Duke basketball player Ryan Kelly spent his summer interning at The Monday Life.
Top-ranked medical crew aids Duke athletes
Both on and off the field, Duke’s sports medicine department keeps a watchful eye on Blue Devil athletes.
Bill raises debate on invasive chimpanzee laboratory research
A bill proposed to protect laboratory apes and lower costs faces mixed support in the scientific community, even as major research organizations have deemed chimpanzee research largely unnecessary.
Komen for the Cure funds Duke cancer research
Susan G. Komen for the Cure has mobilized a global network of activism and fundraising to fight breast cancer.
NC accelerates heart attack care
Duke University’s success in improving heart attack treatment in North Carolina will be emulated in other parts of the country.
Engineers make Bull City homes green
Two engineering students are getting hands-on with energy efficiency.
Treating depression may curb drug abuse in teens
Although treating adolescents for depression may prevent future drug abuse, it has no effect on future alcohol-related disorders.
Exercise could hurt heart health
Between 8 to 10 percent of individuals have adverse responses, or a worsening in an aspect of their health, to exercise.
Q & A with James Hildebrand
Hildebrand, supervisor of the Duke Allergy Lab, received the Presidential Award, one of the highest awards given to Duke faculty and staff.
Wenger balances classes with MLS duty
Junior Andrew Wenger juggles more than just soccer balls—he balances a professional soccer career with the Montreal Impact with his classes at Duke.
Harraka starts company to fund his racing
Senior Paulie Harraka has long dreamed of being a full-time NASCAR driver.
Duke doctor furthers optic care for athletes
An eye care visionary has set his sights on establishing the first national center for sports vision.