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'Loyal, hardworking and honest': Friends and family remember Kenna Tasissa for compassion, inquisitive mind

(02/15/21 3:54am)

Whether Kenna Tasissa was interacting with students through her student-teaching position at Charles E. Jordan High School, helping classmates in a study group or watching movies with friends, she brought her inquisitive mind, compassion for others and profound empathy. 

Small Town Records to continue making music this spring

(02/01/21 5:00am)

For years, Duke’s very own label and recording studio Small Town Records has been empowering young artists and giving students interested in the music industry the invaluable experience of creating music. Despite the immense challenges posed by the pandemic and the lack of in-person concerts, Small Town Records’s artists, producers and personnel have continued to do what they love and have a variety of projects slated for the spring semester.

ChronSports' Top 10 of 2020 — No. 8: Duke men's basketball joins the battle for social justice

(12/24/20 8:00am)

As 2020 comes to a close, The Chronicle's sports department takes a look back at the biggest stories of the year in Duke athletics. Each day, we will review a major game, event or storyline that helped shape the course of the year for the Blue Devils. Check out the rest of the top 10 here.

Q&A: Mark Anthony Neal reflects on August K-Ville protest, Duke’s role in promoting racial justice

(09/21/20 5:46am)

Nolan Smith, Duke men’s basketball’s director of operations, organized a Black Lives Matter protest at Krzyzewskiville Aug. 27. There, Mark Anthony Neal, James B. Duke distinguished professor of African and African American Studies, was joined by men’s basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski, women’s basketball head coach Kara Lawson and several student-athletes to address a gathered crowd. 

Former Duke athletes react to recent Black Lives Matter protests

(09/01/20 5:01am)

In light of the recent Black Lives Matter protests, Duke Athletics hosted a peaceful protest in K-Ville to share stories and support for the topic. Several heartfelt speeches were given by Blue Devil athletes and coaches. Duke athletics alumni and students alike have shown their support to this cause through social media, attending peaceful protests and giving touching speeches. 


Nolan Smith organizes Black Lives Matter protest in K-Ville, Coach K addresses crowd

(08/27/20 8:14pm)

For the first time since the Duke vs. North Carolina game this past March, Krzyzewskiville was filled with passionate spectators. However, the passion of these spectators was nothing like the loud, irreverent Crazies we’re used to seeing on that grass. Instead, the hot August wind carried an angry and somber energy.