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Dan McCready, Trinity ‘05, is shaking hands with elected officials and taking selfies with supporters in between bites of a cheeseburger and potato chips. McCready, who is running for Congress to represent the 9th District of North Carolina, has never held elected office.
ATLANTA—When Duke felt like it was out of options, it turned to the most tempting of options: the triple-option.
Editor's note: Every year, the Duke Honor Council invites incoming first-year students to submit essays inspired by the Duke summer reading book. The following essay by Julian Stebbins-Sharpless was this year's runner-up.
Duke researchers have discovered that autism spectrum disorder could be detected and treated faster through innovations in machine learning.
President Donald Trump’s “dehumanizing” rhetoric about an immigrant “invasion” inspired the recent shooting in El Paso, Texas, that left 22 dead, a Duke professor and terrorism expert argues.
Duke had been bailed out by a higher power twice last Friday night with senior Hassan Pinto notching his first ever collegiate goal and then Furman conspiring to miss a wide-open game-tying goal late in the game.
Hurricane Dorian, now a “catastrophic” Category 5 storm, is the strongest storm ever in the northwestern Bahamas with wind speeds of 185 miles per hour, the National Hurricane Center said Sunday at 5 p.m.
In the highly anticipated Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game between Duke and Alabama, it was the latter that pulled out the win this College Football Saturday in Atlanta. The Blue Zone gives three key takeaways and stats and looks forward for the Blue Devils:
This summer, like many summers in recent memory, was hot. July 2019 was the hottest month in recorded history. Greenland’s ice sheet lost 11 billion tons of ice in one day. Smoke from Amazon fires blotted out the sun in cities thousands of kilometers away. The ominous prognosis that we have only 12 years to prevent irreversible, catastrophic climate change, seems grim.
Back-to-school season has always been one of my favorite times of the year. I eagerly anticipate the return of routine and happy reunions with friends. And while I long for roots that I can put down longer than a few months at a time, I don’t mind packing and moving when it means the beginning of a bright new school year.
Santa Clara may bear the name of jolly old Saint Nick himself, but it was Duke that left the game feeling merry, scoring the game-winning goal deep in the first overtime period.
ATLANTA—Under the bright lights, in a large sea of crimson—the Atlanta Falcons’ signature red seats didn’t help—Duke could have drowned in the powerful tide that is Alabama football.
ATLANTA—Duke’s underdog status didn’t faze David Cutcliffe’s squad, as its defense tried its best to thwart Alabama’s explosive offense, holding it to two touchdowns in two quarters, heading to the locker room with the Crimson Tide up 14-3. The Blue Devils ended the half with only three points on the scoreboard though, as they could not move the ball downfield effectively. Here are some quick notes and observations with the Blue Devils looking to continue to keep the score as close as possible.
ATLANTA — A miracle was necessary for 34.5-point underdog Duke to overcome a loaded Alabama team that returned the Heisman Trophy runner-up in quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and the most talented wide receiver in all of college football in Jerry Jeudy.
Duke's Heatwave Concert was Friday, Aug. 30, and the performers brought the heat. Duke Small Town Record's FLONERS opened for rapper Rico Nasty, who headlined the Heatwave Concert, wrapping up Dukes's First Big Week. Here are photographers Aaron Zhao and Jackson Muraika's best shots from the performance.
As the southeastern United States braces for Hurricane Dorian's impact, North Carolina is preparing as well.
Pigs flew and Satan went ice skating Friday night.
“This weekend was perfect for me and was helpful to not only my decision to commit, but my mental health. I feel like here I can actually (and now already do) have a community of gay people which I've never had before, and without this weekend, I don't think that would've been possible.”
Dear newest Blue Devils,
Editor's note: Every year, the Duke Honor Council invites incoming first-year students to submit essays inspired by the Duke summer reading book. The following essay by Quinn Smith was this year's second runner-up.