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Duke School of Medicine professor describes mandatory equity training as "Maoist political propaganda," refuses to attend

(05/25/22 4:02am)

A Duke professor disputed with department members about mandatory training with the Office for Institutional Equity, calling the modules “left-wing Maoist political propaganda workshops,” according to an email chain among Duke School of Medicine Molecular Genetics and Microbiology department members obtained by The Chronicle. 

Worksheet with 'disturbing racial offense' created by Duke students in 2010 distributed in Michigan biology class

(05/24/22 11:45pm)

A Michigan teacher distributed a worksheet on May 11 that compared former President Barack Obama to non-human primates. It “appears the document was created in 2010 by two Duke students” in an evolutionary anthropology independent study course, Duke spokesperson Michael Schoenfeld wrote in an email to The Chronicle. 

‘The worst-kept secret in the history of Duke’: Blue Devil mascots reveal identities, reflect on time at Duke

(05/24/22 1:13am)

It’s a familiar game day scene: Duke and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill men’s basketball teams are facing off inside Cameron Indoor Stadium for the season culmination of a decades-old rivalry. The roar of the Cameron crowd is near-deafening, only encouraged by the antics of the Blue Devil mascot. As the Devil dances to “Everytime We Touch” with the audience, pumping its fists up and down, it’s easy to forget the person inside the costume bringing the Blue Devil to life.

BSA Buffalo Shooting Statement

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The Black Student Alliance is outraged and devastated by the racist terrorist attack that was perpetrated by Payton Gendron in Buffalo, New York on Saturday, May 14th. We stand in solidarity with the families and the victims: Aaron Salter, Ruth Whitfield, Pearly Young, Katherine Massey, Deacon Heyward Patterson, Celestine Chaney, Roberta A. Drury, Margus D. Morrison, Andre Mackneil and Geraldine Talley. These individuals were mothers, fathers, grandparents, community members and so much more. Their deaths have not only impacted their loved ones but have certainly left the Buffalo community and Black communities across the country in a state of grievance. This is not a one-off event, but a pattern and history of gruesome violence and hatred against Black bodies. This continued assault on our bodies, our being and our identities is simply exhausting. 

‘It’s all about the people’: Trinity College Dean Valerie Ashby reflects on her time at Duke

(05/23/22 6:34am)

Valerie Ashby, dean of Duke's Trinity College of Arts and Sciences and the daughter of two high school teachers, was seemingly destined to be an educator. Now, after a seven-year tenure at Duke, Ashby has a wealth of memories, accomplishments and advice under her belt. 

Duke men's golf concludes season with 8th-place finish at NCAA Regional

(05/20/22 3:38am)

Duke teed off Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for the three-round NCAA Columbus Regional and finished with a final score of 867 (+15), putting the Blue Devils in eighth place. This result for head coach Jamie Green's squad, unfortunately for Duke, doesn't grant the team a visit to Scottsdale, Ariz., for the NCAA Championship, as the Blue Devils would have needed to finish in the top five to advance. This means that Duke’s spring season has officially come to an end after it battled the difficult Scarlet Course at Ohio State.