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I am offended by the crocodile tears in Vincent Price’s recent epistle. How many Black Lives Mattered when Duke phased out all those union jobs and farmed out the work to unorganized contractors whose workers have no job protection and few benefits? How many Black Lives Mattered in the decision to kill the Light Rail System which would have increased job and transportation-to-work possibilities for so many area workers?
Pain is a complex process that is difficult to endure and even more difficult to understand. Duke researchers have made a discovery about mice that they hope could help treat it in humans.
As we honor Juneteenth and the spirit of emancipatory power, we free ourselves by freeing our language to speak back openly to recent communications regarding the loss of Black lives.
Students received key details about housing plans for the upcoming academic year in a Wednesday email from Joe Gonzalez, assistant vice president of student affairs and dean for residential life.
Ahead of Friday’s Juneteenth commemoration, President Vincent Price has committed Duke to new plans to fight racism and inequality.
Duke will be test-optional for students applying to the first-year undergraduate class during the 2020-21 admissions cycle, Christoph Guttentag, dean of undergraduate admissions, wrote in a Wednesday announcement.
Black faculty and staff came together Tuesday to discuss Duke’s history with the Black community and share personal stories of living while Black, while President Vincent Price spoke about improving Duke’s work of promoting racial equity and justice.
Parker Martin, a master’s student in the Sanford School of Public Policy, has a copy of LIFE magazine hanging on the wall of his bedroom, depicting the Watts riots of 1965. Martin was looking at it recently, he said at a Tuesday morning panel discussion, when he turned to his grandmother. “I was like, ‘You know what, ain’t much changed since then,”” he said.
Duke was likely headed to its first NCAA tournament since 2016 prior to this past season's cancellation. But next year, the Blue Devils could be even better.
I wouldn’t exist without Black activism.
Students have mixed opinions about the early plan for a return to campus that President Vincent Price announced May 29.
Undergraduate students at Duke Kunshan University in China are contributing written and multimedia content to The Chronicle, usually published every other Friday.
With the MLB shortening its draft to only five rounds this year, many players who would've otherwise been guaranteed to get drafted didn't get to see their names called Wednesday or Thursday.
In the weeks since the death of George Floyd, many Duke clubs and social organizations have spoken out in solidarity with and support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Duke students may be apart physically, but they’re still connecting in the kitchen. For many, quarantine comes with extended free time, and some students have devoted it to recreating the dishes they miss most from Duke’s eateries. "Cooks in Quarantine" is a Facebook group where Duke students share what they’ve been up to in the kitchen. Many participants are preparing dishes inspired by their favorite Duke meals.
The Chronicle’s best wins bracket previously introduced some of Duke men’s basketball’s top moments throughout the years. This new series coincides with those moments, shedding light on some of Duke Athletics’ other highlights throughout the school’s storied history. We hope you enjoy this stroll down memory lane. Today's moment: Duke dominates all aspects of the women's tennis postseason in 2009.
The lawsuits between Zion Williamson and his former marketing agency Prime Sports have dominated the offseason headlines over the past few months. The Chronicle spoke to attorney and legal analyst Daniel Wallach, who's been following and reporting on the lawsuits closely, to break down everything that's been going on.
Duke professors emphasized the need for changes to policing in a Thursday morning media conference.
Duke University Jazz Program director and professor of the practice of music, John Brown, has been named Duke’s vice provost for the arts, Duke University Provost Sally Kornbluth announced today. Brown will be taking over the now full-time role from his predecessor, Scott Lindroth, who has held the position since 2007.
In his latest film, “The King of Staten Island,” director Judd Apatow collaborates with Pete Davidson to deliver a brutally honest portrayal of every burnout’s most dreaded question: “What are you going to do with your life?”