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The quest for good noodles in Durham can lead you down various paths, including Juju on 9th Street and Dashi downtown. Both are highly acclaimed, but for something unique, head to the Brightleaf District for a hybrid bakery and noodle shop. Rose’s Noodles, Dumplings & Sweets was born in 2017, the result of Justin and Katie Meddis’ dream of opening a restaurant where they could fuse their skills in the kitchen together to produce a welcoming concept for people of all backgrounds. Worry not: they manage to execute the idea impeccably.
One small step for man, one giant inflatable moon balloon for Durham. From Oct. 31 to Nov. 3, Luke Jerram’s “Museum of the Moon” exhibition will illuminate CCB Plaza as part of Bull Moon Rising, a community event celebrating the intersection of history, science and art. The event is part of Durham 150, the 150th anniversary of the city’s incorporation, as well as the statewide Lift Off NC: Apollo + Beyond campaign, aimed at exposing newer generations to the space-based programs fifty years after Apollo 11.
Hookup culture dominates the social scene of American college campuses today, including Duke. Although most people reading this are probably familiar with the term, it is defined as a culture “that accepts and encourages casual sex encounters, including one-night stands and other related activity, without necessarily including emotional bonding or long-term commitment.”
I tend to discover music in one of two ways: either from the usual cycle of new releases and album reviews, or from a chance trip down the rabbit hole of Spotify’s related-artists feature. The second option seems to make up more and more of my listening habits these days, and it’s remarkably fruitful — by the end of a feverish two-hour span I may have compiled an entire playlist dedicated to a single subgenre, and the endless doors opened by each artist within that subgenre mean it might be weeks, or months, before that particular phase is through. And even then, I still feel as if I’ve barely scratched the surface of all the music that’s out there.
Heading into Week 8, another Blue Devil has found himself on an NFL roster, yet for the most part, former Duke football stars had forgettable performances last week. The Blue Zone gives you a rundown of how your favorite former Blue Devils played as we near the midway point of the NFL season:
The stereotypes and “aesthetic” associated with leftist activists—especially liberal men—are annoying, low-hanging fruit, but are not entirely out of touch with reality: Cucks. Snowflakes. Betas. The list goes on.
Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski is at the pinnacle of his profession. The winningest Division I men's basketball coach of all time arrived at Duke in 1980, beginning the Blue Devils' transformation from a lackluster program into a perennial title contender. During that period, Coach K managed to nab three Naismith Coach of the Year Awards, five national championships and 15 ACC tournament championships.
It’s been more than 1,400 days since the platform of the Victory Bell has been painted anything but Duke blue.
From an unamused cow to a 155-foot-tall ferris wheel, the state fair has a bit of everything. For 10 days only, there's funnel cakes and stuffed animal prizes bigger than the children who so desperately want to win them.
This Wednesday, former Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni will be visiting Duke, hosted by the Grand American Strategy program. Prior to Livni’s arrival, The Chronicle published a column accusing Livni of committing war crimes. These claims are a gross misconstruction of the truth. To the contrary, Livni is an upstanding peacemaker and a model for all of us at Duke.
Thought regenerating tissue was just for salamanders? It turns out that humans can regenerate certain tissues faster than others too.
$1.6 billion. That’s how much The Duke Endowment has given to Duke University since 1924, making it the University’s largest donor.
After a disappointing 48-14 road loss against Virginia, the Blue Devils are set to face off with their rival North Carolina, looking to maintain possession of the coveted Victory Bell for the fourth straight season.
Despite blustery winds and a cold drizzle, more than 20 volunteers showed up at the Duke Campus Farm’s community work day on Sunday to help its student crew seed parsley plants, harvest tomatoes and thin beets.
At an October panel, it was revealed that the July 2020 smoking ban—previously only set to apply to combustible forms of tobacco—may also include restrictions on electronic cigarettes.
Duke head coach Joanne P. McCallie’s parents could never afford to buy their daughter braces when she was young. At age 54, now an established leader at a top basketball program, McCallie sprang for Invisalign, a rather expensive form of transparent braces.
They say the devil is in the details. But in Durham, the Blue Devils are in the details—and numbers.
In case your parents aren’t as prompt in informing you of the happenings of the Duke Parents Facebook page as my mom is, this weekend is Family Weekend. It promises to be a full two to three days of awkward introductions, waiting in lines, and neglecting your homework. Exciting, no?
Though this edition of the Tobacco Road rivalry isn't taking place on the hardwood, whenever the Blue Devils and Tar Heels meet, it just means a little more.