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Letter: With a free Barbados, free Palestine

(12/02/21 5:56am)

And there we have it! As we celebrate one day of The Barbados Republic, I challenge the Zionist movement to reconsider the violence of borders. Border violence, especially militancy backed up by the US, reminds us that colonialism is still amongst us and within every powerful room. Violence is not the only way to lobby and organize for any struggling people; there is always another option. Resistance is colonial vengeance, and we certainly can differentiate them by looking at the roots.

No. 1 Duke men’s basketball falters against Ohio State and roaring crowd in first true road test since 2020

(12/01/21 3:17pm)

COLUMBUS, OHIO—The Blue Devils had played close games this season—they powered past Kentucky by eight in their season opener and they squeaked past Gonzaga by three just days ago. But neither of those were true road games—this one was. And boy, did it feel like one.

Midnight breakfast to meditation: The Chronicle’s guide to reading period relaxation

(12/01/21 7:13am)

The end of the semester is almost here, and with exam season rapidly approaching, many students may find themselves yearning for fun activities to decompress and recharge before the finals grind commences. Here is The Chronicle’s guide of all things relaxation during the upcoming reading period.

One individual shot Friday at Southpoint Mall still hospitalized, police short-staffed during shooting

(12/01/21 7:05am)

Following the shooting at the Streets of Southpoint Mall on Black Friday that injured three people, Durham City Councilmember Mark-Anthony Middleton told The News & Observer that police pay and staffing shortages will be among the top priorities as the city council continues to fight gun violence. 

On the record: Catching up with Small Town Records' newest artists

(12/03/21 1:00pm)

Since its founding, Duke’s student-run record label, Small Town Records (STR), has given student-artists an opportunity to explore and develop their musical passions while balancing their academics. The label consistently seeks new talent of every genre, giving students the experience of making music in a professional setting.