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Live blog: Duke during the coronavirus pandemic

(03/17/20 2:19am)

In light of the coronavirus pandemic spreading across the United States and the world, Duke decided March 10 to suspend in-person classes and extend undergraduate Spring Break for a week. Since then, there has been a cascade of cancellations, information, policies, policy changes and reactions. To try and keep track of them all, The Chronicle has put together this live blog that compiles all of our coverage on Duke's response to the coronavirus, from news to sports to opinion. 


Results from Super Tuesday at Duke, North Carolina and beyond

(03/04/20 12:25am)

Super Tuesday is here. Voters in 14 states—including North Carolina—headed to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots for their preferred primary candidate. As an ever-narrowing field of candidates careens closer to convention day, The Chronicle will be providing the latest updates from North Carolina and around the country.











The Chronicle's Duke men's basketball 2019-20 season preview

(11/01/19 4:00am)

It seems like just yesterday when Zion Williamson and company were flying through the rafters of Cameron Indoor Stadium. However, the seasons have changed, and it's almost that time for the 115th season of Blue Devil basketball. Duke is once again in the conversation for a national championship and ranked No. 4 to start the year.



Have questions about Coach K's tenure at Duke? The Chronicle wants to hear them

(10/30/19 4:00am)

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.