Photos: Duke after dark

<p>The spotlight on top of Rubenstein Library brightens Abele Quad.</p>

The spotlight on top of Rubenstein Library brightens Abele Quad.

Everyone loves a bright day on the quad or a photo of the chapel glowing in the sun—but one underrated aspect of Duke's campus is the view at night. The landscape takes on a new life as lights illuminate the chapel and trees. Often students wandering the campus at night are the only ones who get to appreciate the calmness, so we wanted to explore Duke's beautiful gothic architecture after dark. 

Students head over to Perkins, ready for a long night of studying.

The Blue Devil atop von der Hayden Pavilion shines in the darkness.


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Lights brighten the arches to each side of the Duke chapel.

The Chapel towers above Page Auditorium and the Brodhead Center.

Street lamps illuminate leaves in the dark.


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