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Chron15: Duke's icons, leaders and pioneers in 2020 and 2021

(06/07/21 1:42am)

Submitted by readers and divided among three categories—icons, leaders and pioneers—our selections are all individuals or groups defining what it means to be a member of the Duke community in 2020 and 2021. Click on any of the photos below to read more about the winners in each category. To read more about Chron15, click here.


Cameron Chronicles Season 4, Episode 8: 'End of an Era'

(06/06/21 1:58am)

Wednesday brought some shocking news for followers of Duke men's basketball, and the realm of sports in general. Mike Krzyzewski, heading into his 42nd season at the helm of the Blue Devils, announced that the upcoming 2021-22 campaign will be his last, with associate head coach and former Duke captain Jon Scheyer set to take over as Coach K's successor. 



Finding neurodiversity acceptance in ‘Finding Nemo’

(06/07/21 4:00am)

Most fans of online quizzes are familiar with the Pooh Pathology Test: each character of the classic Disney franchise embodies a different psychiatric diagnosis, and users can answer a series of questions to see which character they relate to the most. I was never a huge fan of the Hundred Acre crew, but I was still fascinated by the use of children’s cartoon characters to describe mental health conditions. Recently, I realized that this trend was not exclusive to Pooh and his friends — it could also be attributed to the characters in my favorite Pixar movie: “Finding Nemo.”


Eight video games to help you make the most of your free time this summer

(06/07/21 4:00am)

As much as we would love to spend every day outside and enjoy the summer sun, there will be days where the heat packs too hard of a punch and staying indoors is the more appealing option. This list includes a variety of genres and platforms from free app store picks to full-priced console games, all geared toward making your free time engaging and worth the investment.




A love letter to the Beatles, who built my love for music

(06/07/21 4:00am)

When I was little, I watched the “Yellow Submarine” animated film on VCR until it practically fell apart. No, seriously – the VCR player would completely reject the movie. This is not to say that it is a good movie, certainly not by any stretch of the imagination. It is a drug-induced, hippy dream/nightmare lasting for a seemingly plotless ninety minutes. Regardless, it was foundational for my childhood. After every viewing, I would run around singing “Hey, Bulldog” and “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” for hours. I devoured every song in that movie like it was the last time I would ever hear it. 



Meet the Cary-based hosts of 'The Whole Food Plant Based Cooking Show'

(06/07/21 4:00am)

Imagine white sauce lasagna, except instead of noodles with beef, butter, and cheese, picture a luscious casserole made from zucchini and mushrooms with a crusty oat and cashew topping. Now picture meatloaf coated with a date-sweetened tomato sauce. Instead of ground beef, it’s crafted with hardy buckwheat, quinoa, mushrooms, and beans.