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The words “F*** Rona” were found written at the top of a mural in the Levine Science Research Center last Thursday, an act of vandalism that Toddi Steelman, Stanback dean of the Nicholas School of the Environment, said appears to target the Asian community at Duke.
At the end of every academic year, the Chronicle invites graduating staff to write a senior column examining their time at 301 Flowers.
Commencement might be postponed, but some seniors got the chance to take graduation photos before saying goodbye to campus—and some who couldn't get to campus mocked something up anyway. The Chronicle asked for submissions and put this gallery together to help capture the spirit of graduation.
In the end, senior year may be remembered for the last two months. Still, before the pandemic—before Zoom classes and empty quads and a postponed commencement—the year saw student activism, construction and basketball games for the ages.
The end of the Class of 2020's time at Duke has been anything but typical. With this year's graduation coverage, however, The Chronicle is celebrating their accomplishment in much the same way we always have.
Junior year saw the renaming of an infamous building, an array of controversies and a star-studded basketball season.
Sophomore year witnessed new aspects of campus life—from the welcoming of a new University president to the softball team playing its inaugural season—and a number of high-profile guests visiting campus.
The Class of 2020's first year at Duke featured participation in local and national elections, the announcement of a new University president and an ACC tournament championship for the men’s basketball team.
The wealth gap series is a collection of articles examining how wealth disparities impact students on campus. Released over four days, the articles cover topics from spending habits to resources for low-income students.
To bring some lighthearted news in heavy times, The Chronicle wants to hear about you!
Upon initial news of the changes to Duke class structure, student responses were overwhelmingly distraught.
Even as a vicious pandemic sweeps across the world, the LDOC concert will go on.
Who among us seasoned Duke students doesn’t look fondly back upon their New Devil Days experience? Well, some of us weren’t actually there. But! For the rest of us, few Duke memories are as sweet as that weekend, so filled with anxious smiles shyly budding with the spring blossoms, names exchanged with all the hopeful reticence of new lovers, roommates carefully selected with the rich subtlety and depth of whatever internalized biases you happened to hold.
The Duke Sententious Government Senate passed a resolution condemning the coronavirus at its weekly Zoom meeting.
Just what has men's basketball head coach Mike Kringle been up to during this pandemic?
Just a few weeks ago, Duke let us know that we wouldn’t be allowed to enter our dorms and retrieve our stuff, opting instead to make an aspirational promise: to ship us our “essential items.” To add insult to injury, they decided to consider negative three things “essential items.” So in addition to not being able to finish out our time at Duke this year, all of our underwear is trapped on campus.
No March Madness, no problem.
The best of the best, the most well-connected of the well-connected and the richest of the richest are already locks for the Duke Class of 2024, and most have already booked their tickets to Durham in the fall.
After reports of debauchery, Duke has cracked down on the Board of Trustees.
In a time when diversity in Greek life is coming under fire, one fraternity has taken a stand.