Samantha Schafrank

The Blue Devils will need another strong performance from sophomore Myles Jones to repeat as national champions.
Duke celebrated goals 15 more times Saturday, bringing their NCAA tournament total to 54 in three games.
Junior Kyle Keenan made a big impact Saturday, tallying a career-high five points and connecting on all four shots, filling in for injured senior Josh Dionne.
Junior Kyle Turri stepped up in relief in the fourth quarter Saturday, stalling Denver's comeback bid and keeping Duke on track to complete its title defense Monday.
It took a while for him to get going, but senior Jordan Wolf closed the first half on a personal 3-0 run to give Duke an 8-4 lead.
Students around campus enjoyed the Super Bowl Sunday.
Elizabeth Williams controlled the inside, scoring 13 points and adding seven rebounds and six blocks as the Blue Devils topped Virginia.
Coming off back-to-back 27-point games, redshirt sophomore Rodney Hood will lead Duke into a matchup with Clemson.
Jabari Parker struggled for the second straight game, but Rodney Hood's hot shooting was enough to propel Duke to its first conference win.
The Board of Trustees recently rejected the plan for the West Union remodel, prompting a redesign, said Executive Vice President Tallman Trask.
Brown University professor Tricia Rose spoke about “inclusive racism” at Duke Thursday as the Reggie Day keynote speaker.
Even though invention-filled work rooms—like the one seen here—may make it seem like the Smart Home caters to engineering students, the live-in research lab welcomes people from varied backgrounds.
Senior middle blocker Christiana Gray leads the team with 265 kills so far this season, and will lead the Blue Devil attack this weekend.
Kelsey Williams recorded 59 assists in Duke’s loss to Maryland.
Sophomore Jeme Obeime leads Duke in kills as the team heads to Boston College and Maryland this weekend.
Although the Blue Devils could not beat North Carolina, Christiana Gray (11) helped lead the team to a comeback victory against N.C. State.
Despite rain, around 10,000 people came to Durham Saturday for the 28th-annual N.C. Pride parade and festival.  The parade ran down Main Street, and the festival took place on the East Campus lawn.
Ali McCurdy amassed a career-high 37 digs against Florida State, a tally that ranks second in Duke history.
Jeremy Carl of the Hoover Institute speaks about achieving green energy with a limited budget at a symposium Monday.
Senior middle blocker Christiana Gray will assist the Blue Devils in winning this weekend against N.C. State and North Carolina.
Sophomore Jacob Zionce, DSG vice president of residential life, discussed the Residential Group Assessment Committee Wednesdau.
Charles Fishman, center, speaks about the turbulent future of water across the globe.