Wendell Carter is pleased with the Blue Devils' dominance on the boards against the Paladins.
Duke's freshman forward was grateful to his teammates after leading the Blue Devils with 24 points Monday night.
A look inside the Nasher Museum of Art's sketching series with the Nasher's Jessica Ruhle and Wendy Hower.
Duke's freshman point guard discusses how Coach K is teaching him to run the show in Durham.
Blue Devil freshman Marvin Bagley III talks his team's offensive abilities and the potential they have to develop this season.
The Blue Devil senior talks about his team's 97-68 victory and Coach K's potential 1,000th win at Duke
Two first-year students tried Pumpkin Spice Lattes from three restaurants around campus. See which one they liked the best.
We asked students to estimate how many tuition payments it took to put on Wednesday evening's Price Palooza event.
We asked students at Price Palooza what advice they had for Duke's new president.
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More than 100 students and employees gathered at the Chapel Nov. 14 to respond to Donald Trump’s election as president.
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Video by Kenneth Campbell, editor-at-large for North Carolina Central University's Campus Echo. Campbell is also a Continuing Education intern at Duke's Center for Documentary Studies.
The Chronicle's Ben Feder and Hank Tucker preview Duke's chance to bounce back from two-straight road losses with a home contest against the No. 23 Hokies.
The Chronicle's Brian Mazur and Sam Turken break down Duke's third loss of the season and second home defeat. The Cavaliers forced six Blue Devil turnovers, as quarterback Daniel Jones threw for five interceptions in the game.
The Chronicle's Brian Mazur and Sam Turken preview the Blue Devils' fifth game of the year, with Duke coming in as favorites riding high off a 38-35 win at Notre Dame but without the support of senior running back Jela Duncan, who is out for the contest.
The Chronicle's Amrith Ramkumar breaks down one of the biggest wins in program history for Duke. The Blue Devils trailed 14-0 and 35-28 but—thanks to a 24-32, 290 yard performance from quarterback Daniel Jones—came back to move to 2-2 on the year.
The Chronicle's Amrith Ramkumar and Sameer Pandhare discuss the Blue Devils' upcoming matchup against Notre Dame, which is favored by 20 points heading in. Duke will look to stop dual-threat Fighting Irish quarterback DeShone Kizer and expose a relatively weak Notre Dame defense so far this year.
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