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Duke has been a guest at my house for over a year, using my study as an office during the day. I upgraded my home network to support its video conferencing habit. That’s fine. We all needed to figure out how to get things done during the pandemic. Duke recently spoke about the situation, but we didn’t have a conversation. It made me wonder if they would be overstaying their welcome and whether I have a say, in my own home, about their visit.
In search of that crucial series win and a chance to impress in order to reach the postseason, Duke found itself looking down the barrel of a gun taking the field against No. 12 Louisville.
The match was a nail-biter from the get-go, but it didn't come out in Duke's favor.
Kelly Chen threw her racket on the ground after match point, but it wasn’t out of frustration.
In the penultimate week of the NBA regular season former Blue Devils faced some good and some bad. The Blue Zone takes a look here:
Perhaps the most important thing I learned during my PhD was how to fail. Prior to the doctoral stage, academics is largely based on defined problems with known solutions. All of our previous training supports the sense that failure is unacceptable and should be avoided at all costs. But failure is an intrinsic and critical component of scientific research. Thus, to succeed in research, one must learn to fail with grace.
The current chair of Duke’s Board of Trustees reflected on his tenure during Thursday’s Academic Council meeting, the final of the 2020-21 academic year.
Two Duke professors have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, which announced this year’s cohort of new members last Monday. They will join the ranks of 2,461 of the country’s leading researchers.
The road to the College Cup is long and winding, but sometimes, if you can weave through traffic just right, you can set your cruise control and just ride for a few miles.
The Duke Graduate Students Union held a rally Sunday morning to bring attention to a series of demands presented to the University.
A Fuqua professor is joining the Biden administration as the chief economist of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
After all was said and done, four Blue Devils were taken in the 2021 NFL Draft and three more were signed as undrafted free agents. Now, the Blue Zone takes a look at where they ended up and what the future could hold.
Sportswrap is your one-stop shop for everything Duke athletics, where we’ll recap how each of Duke’s sports currently in competition performed over the last week and give a brief look ahead. Here’s our recap for the week of April 27-May 3.
The Blue Zone has you covered with some prop bets for the Blue Devils' series against Louisville:
With the combination of a decorated graduating class taking part in its final home meet and the fact that the ACC and NCAA tournaments are fast approaching, a sense of urgency is brewing for the Blue Devils.
CHAPEL HILL—Expectations have been high for the star-studded Blue Devils all season long. And while the season has been a fairly successful one, it’s becoming evident that Duke is still trying to find its full potential.
Masks will no longer be required for students, employees or visitors outdoors on campus, except in crowded areas or “gatherings where social distancing is not possible,” according to a Monday morning email from Provost Sally Kornbluth and Vice President for Administration Kyle Cavanaugh.
If you’ve seen infographics about sexual misconduct at Duke on your Instagram feed, you’ve likely seen the work of the Sexual Harassment and Assault Prevention and Education (SHAPE) Initiative. However, the group’s social media presence is part of a larger goal.
I haven’t watched a lot of movies this year. Actually, there are only three I can remember: “Miss Americana” (a documentary), “Godmothered” (a random Christmas movie) and “Up” (an animated movie from 2009). Should this make me unqualified to write a review of the Oscars, the biggest award show of the year for cinema? Well, yes. It doesn’t help that I didn’t even watch the award show myself, but that’s besides the point. Why? Because nobody watched the Oscars this year.
“This is not normal,” said senior Meghana Sai Iragavarapu as she began her speech at the 2021 Commencement ceremony.