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Central Campus apartments burn for training exercise

The Durham Fire Department is setting ablaze several Central Campus apartments for training exercises through a partnership with the University after Duke undergraduates stopped living in them last semester. Video and editing by Bre Bradham Narration by Jake Satisky


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What Halloween movies to watch this year: Recess Roundup

Recess' Nina Wilder and Sydny Long talk about the holiday's best movies—and if you haven't already listened to Monster Mash this season, get on it. Hosted by Nina Wilder and Sydny Long Video by Bella Bann Edited by Bre Bradham


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Football falters, basketball season tips off: Sportswrap

Football will look to keep a hold of the Victory Bell as it faces North Carolina this weekend after a dredging by Virginia, and men's and women's basketball seasons are getting started. Hosted by Derek Saul Video by Bella Bann Editing by Bre Bradham


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Junior Jade Williams talks about the four "J"s

This year's Duke Women's Basketball team has four players whose names start with "J." Junior forward Jade Williams breaks down the nickname system that helps everyone keep it straight. Video by Derek Saul Editing by Bre Bradham


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'It's such a special place to be': Wanisha Smith on being back at Duke

After leading the Blue Devils to a Final Four appearance and serving a senior captain during her time as a player, new Assistant Coach Wanisha Smith is back in Durham. Read more about The Chronicle's coverage of preseason media day here: https://www.dukechronicle.com/article/2019/10/duke-womens-basketball-media-day-highlights Video by Derek Saul Editing by Bre Bradham


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Sophomore Guard Miela Goodchild on being back at Duke

After making the starting lineup as a freshman, guard Miela Goodchild is back in Durham for her second season. At preseason media day, she talked about what she misses most about Australia and adjusting to being a sophomore.


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'Totally back in player mode': Guard Kyra Lambert talks about being back on the court

Duke Women's Basketball's graduate guard Kyra Lambert developed a coach-like presence on the bench last year after a torn ACL sidelined her for the season. At preseason media day, she talked about being back on the court. Read The Chronicle's full coverage of media day here: https://www.dukechronicle.com/article/2019/10/duke-womens-basketball-media-day-highlights Video by Derek Saul Editing by Bre Bradham


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Sights and sounds of the NC State Fair

For 10 days, the state fairgrounds in Raleigh are packed with rides, food vendors, animals, games and a 155-foot tall ferris wheel. Take a look inside this year's state fair. Video by: Tessa Delgo and Erin Blanding Editing by Bre Bradham


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Duke Campus Farm hosts Fall Contra Dance

Students and community members twirled around the Duke Campus Farm's outdoor pavilion, dancing to a fiddle and piano, as part of the Fall Contra Dance. Video and Editing by Bre Bradham


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Trask to retire, Sen. Grassley questions Duke: Campus Countdown

After an eventful week on campus that included the announcement that Executive Vice President Tallman Trask is set to retire in 2020, The Chronicle takes a look back at the week's news. Written and Hosted by Mason Berger and Stefanie Pousoulides Edited by Grace Qi


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Electric scooters roll onto Duke's campus: Part 2

Can't decide whether to take a Bird or Spin scooter to class? The Chronicle tested out both to see which was fastest. Hosted by Ben Leonard Videography by Tessa Delgo and Jackson Muraika Edited by Bre Bradham


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Trustee wins Nobel Prize, Admissions scandal parents jailed: Campus Countdown

Two parents—one an alum—were sentenced to a month in jail each this past week for paying to get their daughter's test scores boosted in hopes she would get into Duke, and William Kaelin, current Board of Trustees member and a two-time alum, was awarded the Nobel Prize. Catch up with all this week's biggest headlines and learn what to keep an eye on for the week ahead with The Chronicle's Campus Countdown. Written and hosted by Mason Berger and Stefanie Pousoulides Video and Editing by Grace Qi


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Electric scooters roll onto Duke's campus: Part 1

Have you tried riding one of the new electric scooters that popped up on Duke's campus this year? Managing Editor Nathan Luzum tried one out for the first time and brought us along for the ride.  This is part one of a two-part series by The Chronicle about the electric scooters. Part two compares the speed of the two types of scooters on campus.  Hosted by Nathan Luzum Videography by Tessa Delgo and Jackson Muraika Edited by Bre Bradham


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Emmy's recap, Fall TV expectations: Recess Roundup

Were you surprised that VEEP got snubbed by the Emmy's for its final season? Mad that BoJack Horseman is ending? Our Recess writers and editors break down the latest arts and culture news in this week's Recess Roundup. Host: Jack Rubenstein Panelists: Ellenor Brown, Stephen Atkinson, Sydny Long Video: Bella Bann, Bre Bradham Editing: Bre Bradham


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A look inside Duke's new alumni and visitors center

Duke is opening the Karsh Alumni and Visitors Center at the corner of Duke University Road and Chapel Drive this semester. Take a look inside before the grand opening, and check out the new "front door" to campus. Hosted by Maria Morrison, health and science news department head Video by Isabelle Bann, staff videographer Edited by Bre Bradham, video editor