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Jules Odendahl-James
The Blue Devils—led by third-place finishes from Celine Boutier and Leona Maguire—claimed their second consecutive Tar Heel Invitational title. Photo credit: Tim Crowie
The Blue Devils—led by third-place finishes from Celine Boutier and Leona Maguire—claimed their second consecutive Tar Heel Invitational title. Photo credit: Tim Cowie
Duke's Leona Maguire during the Annika Collegiate golf tournament Sept. 30, 2014 in Reunion, Florida. ©2014 Scott A. Miller
Duke's Lisa Maguire during the Annika Collegiate golf tournament Sept. 30, 2014 in Reunion, Florida. ©2014 Scott A. Miller
Freshmen Lisa and Leona Maguire passed up the opportunity to join the professional circuit for the chance to come to Duke, get an education and compete for the Blue Devils’ seventh national title.Jon Gardiner/Duke Photography
William O'Barr, a professor of cultural anthropology, English and sociology, will begin offering his popular "Advertising and Society" course on Consera after Oct. 27.
Robert Walker
Junior Jay Ruckelshaus, center, is bringing a national disability conference to Duke to discuss accessibility and support options.
Gary Wilson
Duke head coach Christine Engel seems to have  the Blue Devils on the right track to reclaim their spot among the nation's elite cross country programs.
Jennifer Miller, the founding director of Bioethics International and a fellow in the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University, is the first recipient of the George C. Lamb Jr. Fellowship.
Anne Pusey
The Duke club men’s volleyball team had a successful campaign last season, finishing third out of 48 teams at club nationals in Reno, Nev.
Sophomore Sandy Choi shot four-under-par on her final five holes to capture the individual title at the Cougar Classic at Yeamans Hall in Charleston, S.C.
Dr. Paul Hahn performs a scan on patient Larry Hester's left eye. Hester suffer from a degenerative eye disease which has caused total blindness in his left eye and is the state's first recipient of the implanted "bionic eye."
Rev. William Barber, pictured holding microphone, is president of the N.C. NCAA and has been a leader in protests against new voting regulations that some say are hurting minorities.