Front seat stories

Our world is one of front seat stories and of shared motivation, not the binary of front seat and back seat, each person shielded blindly from the other by social and physical barriers.

Third time is the charm

Life at Duke revolves around cycles.

Failures to question

It is my firm belief that we, as a collective student community, have the capacity and power to create widespread institutional change.

Thank you, Grandpa

From their final resting place, you can see the waves of the English Channel softly break onto the shores.

A moment to pause

I wasn’t able to figure out why I was feeling so somber this weekend. It was not the fact that I was single on Valentine’s Day—this fact hasn’t changed since I was born—nor that Duke necessarily...

DSG, you missed the point

Over the past couple weeks, Duke Student Government has been debating reforms to the structure of the Senate in the hope of creating a body that can better represent student interests and be more...

Perpetual silence

This past Friday night doesn’t seem real anymore, one of those hyper-real dreams that you wake up from and question, “Did it really happen that way?”

The privilege of exams

We think we are exceptional. And it is true.

Opening up

Scheduling my first Counseling and Psychological Services appointment earlier this fall was possibly the most terrifying thing I have had to do since stepping on this campus over two years ago.

Financial aid

If I didn’t say that I was on financial aid, you wouldn’t know it.

Leading by example

Next to interdisciplinary, leadership may be Duke’s favorite word.

Remembering 9/11

“Teacher, can you explain to me why America killed Osama Bin Laden and Muammar Gaddafi?”

Busy is the new black

“I’m so busy this week. We should definitely get together some time though.”

Offense taken

In her May 21 column, Maggie Hammerle fervently expresses her criticisms of the “You Don’t Say?” campaign and strongly cautions against “hypersensitivity to words and phrases.”

Seniors' last stand

After three straight Elite Eight appearances, Duke's senior class has one final chance to reach the promised land.

2014 NCAA tournament preview: Dayton

A closer look at the Dayton Flyers and their prospects for the 2014 NCAA tournament

2014 NCAA tournament preview: Eastern Kentucky

A closer look at the Eastern Kentucky Colonels and their prospects for the 2014 NCAA tournament

2014 NCAA tournament preview: Connecticut

A closer look at the Connecticut Huskies and their prospects for the 2014 NCAA tournament

2014 NCAA tournament preview: Cincinnati

A closer look at the Cincinnati Bearcats and their prospects for the 2014 NCAA tournament

2014 NCAA tournament preview: BYU

A closer look at the Brigham Young Cougars and their prospects for the 2014 NCAA tournament

Duke women's basketball faces Notre Dame in ACC play with top spot in conference on the line

This time they'll meet as conference opponents

Duke women's basketball blows out Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh made its first trip to Cameron Indoor Stadium as a member of the ACC, but the result was the same as the team's last trip to Durham in 2011

Duke basketball falls to Clemson 72-59

Going the final 6:28 without a field goal, the Blue Devils dropped their second straight ACC road contest

Total team effort earns Duke basketball its first ACC win

Although they do not lack star power, the Blue Devils' greatest success this season has come when its supporting cast has stepped up

Duke women's basketball overcomes rough start to blow out Albany

Fresh off a disappointing loss against No. 1 Connecticut Tuesday night, Duke defeated an unranked Albany squad 80-51 Thursday but had to work through a first-half scare

Jay Sullivan

Trinity 2016

hope, for the win