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Duke is in prime position to take home its first conference title in program history.

Duke rowing 2021 season preview

Although they’ll have to go through perennial powerhouse Virginia, the Blue Devils appear to have a mix of experience and newcomers that’ll make them contenders to finally take home the conference crown.


Asian, Asian American students say rise in anti-Asian violence underscores deeper issues

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, discrimination and violence against Asians and Asian Americans in the United States have increased, fueled by rhetoric like “Chinese virus” or “Wuhan virus” that taps into centuries-long tropes of Asians as disease carriers and invaders. Some students shared concerns about the safety of parents and family at home, and many reflected on the ways that stereotypes about Asians have affected their experiences as Blue Devils.


A response to Sunrise Durham

The Duke Chronicle published a letter to the editor from the Sunrise Movement Durham and signed in solidarity by three Duke professors that called on the Center for the History of Political Economy to cancel a scheduled talk by Bjorn Lomborg. As the Director of the Center and the person who invited Dr. Lomborg to speak, I feel compelled to reply.

Students got more information Friday on Duke's plan to test for coronavirus.

Students, faculty find new ways to manage pandemic stress and improve mental health

From physical activity to time with family, students and faculty have found new ways to relieve the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic. Mounting stress and increasingly low motivation have affected Duke community members’ mental health this past year. However, some faculty members and undergraduates said these conditions have slightly improved in the spring.