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Duke in the NBA: Kyrie Irving makes franchise history honoring Kobe Bryant

(02/03/20 8:54am)

The tragedy that happened in Calabasas, California, last Sunday left the basketball world shaken as the NBA family mourns the deaths of Kobe Bryant, Gianna Bryant and the other seven victims in the helicopter crash. The Blue Zone gives you a recap of some big news from former Blue Devils in this emotional week:


‘Stag at Sharkey’s’ celebrates the beauty of the human form

(02/01/20 6:49pm)

Anyone who knows me knows that I bear what some might describe as an alarming allegiance to Cleveland, Ohio, the city I call home. In fact, I once (somewhat jokingly) described Cleveland as the cultural capital of the world. While that assertion is questionable at best, I truly do believe it whenever I go to the Cleveland Museum of Art.



Cameron Chronicles Season 3, Episode 6: 'Shut Up!'

(02/01/20 6:23pm)

In what was supposed to be a relatively uneventful week with one game against Pittsburgh, Mike Krzyzewski sparked a big discussion after confronting the Cameron Crazies over a chant directed at former Blue Devil Jeff Capel. While the college basketball world talked about that incident, Duke has quietly reached the midway point of conference play as we turn into February. Hosts Derek Saul and Shane Smith are back with another episode of the Cameron Chronicles to get you caught up on everything to do with Duke basketball.





Dean Sue addresses big questions in charting a path forward for Duke residential life

(01/31/20 11:35am)

Sue Wasiolek, or “Dean Sue,” will be shifting from her role as dean of students to the senior adviser of  Mary Pat McMahon, vice provost/vice president for student affairs, and Gary Bennett, vice provost for undergraduate education starting for the 2020-21 academic year. She will be tasked with thinking more critically about the housing experience at Duke, such as through implementing the recommendations from the 2018-2019 Board of Trustees residential task force. Dean Sue sat down with editor-in-chief Jake Satisky to talk about questions she’s considering as she prepares to assume her upcoming role after Commencement. This interview has been edited for length and clarity.


Letter: Eat your own lunch before you eat somebody else's

(01/31/20 6:04am)

Most days, I find myself in the basement of the Bryan Center eating a sausage McGriddle from Mcdonald’s while trying to rush to class. I don’t dream about the school paper but I read it from time to time. One day, as I chewed on my delicious $3.29 sandwich, I was astounded to find an article in the Duke Chronicle disparaging the financial sector and those that express interest or pursue careers in it.


Duke men's basketball set for a Saturday night date with Syracuse and its vaunted zone

(01/31/20 4:59pm)

After an emotional victory Tuesday night that featured the Blue Devils holding off a late Pittsburgh comeback and a brief tiff between head coach Mike Krzyzewski and the Cameron Crazies, Duke will head up to New York to play Syracuse at the vaunted Carrier Dome looking for its third straight victory Saturday night ay 8 p.m.


The English major is dominated by white authors

(01/31/20 5:00am)

I love being an English major to the point that I paid for a shirt that says “I put the lit in literature.” But the constant focus on white male authorship makes me want to drop the major for good. “Literature and the Pursuit of Happiness” was going to be my favorite class this semester; it fulfilled a core requirement for the English major, and I was taking it with my best friend. And happiness seemed like such a broad topic—what new, emotionally tumultuous, deeply introspective novels would we be studying that would ultimately bring us to a wide and profound meaning of what it means to be happy? Then I read the syllabus. We wouldn’t be reading works from any authors of color until mid-April—the last two weeks of class. What we were focusing on were Locke’s Two Treatises of Government, Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and The Great Gatsby. I’ve read all of these pieces a minimum of three times, and so has every other English major. I dropped the class.