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Duke Week: Could Duke Men's and Women's Soccer Win Their NCAA Tournaments?

(11/23/21 5:41am)

It’s a bad week to be a turkey, but a good one to be a Duke soccer player. Duke’s men’s and women’s soccer teams both won flashy victories in this Sunday in the second round of the NCAA tournament. How good are these teams, and could they win the championship? Blue Zone Editor Sasha Richie takes a look at our soccer teams’ wins and the road ahead.




DukeWeek: Low turnout for Durham primary, major mayoral candidate suspends campaign

(10/12/21 3:03am)

Durham voted in its municipal primary last week. But only 10% of Durhamites voted, and a major mayoral candidate dropped out afterwards. Chronicle Editor-in-Chief Leah Boyd breaks down the primary results and shares how you can vote in Durham’s upcoming general election.




DukeWeek: Star Duke professor Dan Ariely faces allegations of research fraud

(08/24/21 2:32am)

Welcome to DukeWeek, The Chronicle's weekly rundown of Duke and Durham news. In the first episode, Editor-in-Chief Leah Boyd talks about research allegations concerning star Duke professor Dan Ariely. Dean of Students John Blackshear breaks down how COVID-19 will affect life at Duke this semester. DukeWeek co-host Matthew Griffin shares what he saw at first-year move-in.



Durham IFC supports stay-in-place rules, promises accountability after virus surge admin attributes to frats

(03/16/21 5:59am)

The Durham Interfraternity Council—the governing body for nine fraternities that recently disaffiliated from the University— expressed support on Monday for Duke’s “stay-in-place” order and announced a new hotline and judicial board to address fraternity violations of Duke’s COVID-19 guidelines.