April letter from the Towerview editors
Goodbyes are overrated.
Duke basketball receives warm welcome back to campus after winning fifth national title
The 2015 national champions were greeted by thousands of fans for a celebration Tuesday afternoon at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
The banner is just a reminder
Monday's title win was the most obvious of many indicators that this year's Duke team was special.
The few, the proud, the Blue Devils
If there's one thing Duke has proved this season, it's that strength in numbers is overrated.
Quinn Cook finally hangs a banner for Duke basketball, but wants another
Standing atop the ladder preparing to cut down the nets after a earning a trip to the Final Four, Quinn Cook joked that he was afraid of heights.
KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES: Duke basketball downs Gonzaga to advance to Final Four
With a trip to the Final Four on the line, sophomore Matt Jones and freshman Tyus Jones combined for 31 points to send Duke to Indianapolis.
Quinn Cook calls 2013 Elite Eight loss his 'fuel'
Winslow letting his play do the talking during homecoming with Duke basketball
From the moment he got off the team plane, Justise Winslow has been the center of attention in his hometown.
Okafor looks to leave his mark on Elite Eight matchup against Gonzaga
After matching a season-low six points Friday against Utah, Jahlil Okafor will attempt to revert to ACC Player of the Year form Sunday against the Bulldogs.
Home Cookin': Winslow propels Duke basketball past Utah in return to Houston
Justise Winslow's homecoming could not have been sweeter, as he led the Blue Devils into the Elite Eight and a date with second-seeded Gonzaga Sunday.
Blue Devils live up to the hype
I tried to maintain a healthy level of skepticism. Thirty-three games later, this team has me convinced.
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Tyus Jones delivers again as Duke basketball beats North Carolina
Tyus Jones shook off back spasms and finished with 24 points as the Blue Devils swept their Tobacco Road rivals for the second time in three years.
Quinn Cook is Duke basketball's secret ingredient
At Duke, even the most breathtaking talents come and go year after year. In the age of one-and-dones, they just don't make players like Quinn Cook anymore.
Winslow helps Duke blaze past Boeheim, Syracuse for ninth straight win
Duke found its zone-buster Saturday night in forward Justise Winslow, but the freshman found his own way to poke holes in Syracuse's vaunted 2-3 zone.
February letter from the Towerview editors
We’ve been thinking a lot about change as we approach our graduation—especially the ones that exist outside of ourselves.
Where the lacrosse house once stood
For nine years, 610 N. Buchanan Blvd.—the former epicenter of the Duke lacrosse case—was an eyesore for some and a memorial for others.
Wins and losses
The death of legendary North Carolina head coach Dean Smith brought the legacies of the game's great coaches into perspective.
Letter from the Towerview editors
The February issue of Towerview Magazine will hit stands Thursday instead of tomorrow due to the inclement weather.
Unbelievable: A moment of silence
Columnist Daniel Carp takes a deeper look at what Dick Vitale's absence at this Wednesday's Duke-North Carolina clash means for longtime fans.
The short list: Replacing Rasheed Sulaimon
Columnist Daniel Carp scouts for a Blue Devil athlete to fill the open slot on the Duke basketball roster following the Jan. 29 dismissal of Rasheed Sulaimon.
Duke basketball shoots down No. 2 Virginia 69-63
Duke entered enemy territory outnumbered and literally shot its way out, as the Blue Devils handed the Cavaliers their first loss of the season Saturday.
LUCK OF THE IRISH: Notre Dame takes down Duke 77-73
In a game that was equal parts track meet and heavyweight prizefight, Duke landed a flurry of second-half punches that would have left almost any opponent on the ropes. But Notre Dame responded...