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Duke women's basketball 2021-22 player preview: Elizabeth Balogun

(10/26/21 9:32pm)

With the college basketball season just around the corner, the time has officially come to take a deeper look at the 2021-22 Duke women's basketball roster. The Blue Zone has you covered with player previews for each member of the team. Be sure to check out the previous previews: Jiselle Havas, Emma Schmidt, Lee Volker, Amaya Finklea-Guity, Onome Akinbode-James, Nyah Green, Miela Goodchild, Shayeann Day-Wilson, Imani Lewis, Lexi Gordon, Celeste Taylor and Vanessa de Jesus.

Duke men's basketball 2021-22 player preview: Wendell Moore Jr.

(10/25/21 3:48pm)

As November nears, it is becoming apparent that basketball season is on the horizon. That means that it is time for our player previews of every member of Duke men's basketball. Next up is junior captain Wendell Moore Jr. Read the previous previews here: Stanley Borden, Spencer Hubbard, Keenan Worthington, Michael Savarino, Bates Jones, Jaylen Blakes, Theo John, AJ Griffin, Joey Baker, Trevor Keels and Jeremy Roach.

X-Factor: Another big night from Mataeo Durant will be crucial for a rebound against Georgia Tech

(10/08/21 2:07pm)

After getting trounced 38-7 by North Carolina, the Blue Devils look to rebound this week against Georgia Tech, who is also coming off a tough 52-21 loss to Pittsburgh. It's the battle of the comebacks this Saturday at Wallace Wade, and the Blue Zone brings a player from both sides who will be key to each team's hopes for victory: 

Ban greeks, all extracurriculars

(09/01/04 4:00am)

In the Aug. 26 column “The Duke of New,” Christopher Scoville provides a handy five-step recipe for ensuring Duke’s “future glory” as a university by resolutely pursuing “intellectual dynamism” as its pre-eminent goal. Scoville provides his most interesting suggestion when he advises Duke to ban the greek system due to the fact that “it does little to add to the intellectual life on campus.”