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I usually try to write about something meaningful and widely relevant that might apply to many of my peers on campus, but also something that I’m passionate about and feel qualified to discuss. And today I don’t want to write a hot take; I want to write about bread.
CHESTNUT HILL, MASS.—Boston College came out hot in Conte Forum Tuesday night, scoring the game’s first six points to get out to an early lead against No. 9 Duke. The Blue Devils would not fully recover, heading to the locker room trailing 24-21. Here are five observations from the opening half.
Duke University Honor Council is pleased to formally endorse Ibrahim Butt for Young Trustee. After hearing from all four candidates on February 3, Honor Council believes Butt best embodies honor, integrity, and moral courage, the values that define our Duke community.
With all the recent talk about decreasing attendance among Cameron Crazies at Duke men's basketball games, Krzyzewskiville may have run into an unfathomable problem—a shortage of tenters for the Tobacco Road rivalry.
“Well, I take Celebrex, which is an NSAID, which means it’s like Motrin or Aleve. It’s not, like, strong or anything. And I also take a muscle relaxer, but only a really small dose, and only at night,” I say, waiting for the unasked question behind their eyes to go away.
Coach K should apologize.
Seen posters for SHAPE around campus? The Sexual Harassment and Assault Prevention & Education Week is taking place this week until Sunday, Feb. 9.
The last time Duke and Boston College played, it was all Blue Devils.
Housing and Residence Life changed the price of living in 300 Swift apartments twice in January, and some students are frustrated with the raised costs.
Get to know editor-elect Matthew Griffin, a sophomore, and hear what he's excited about for next year running the 116th volume of The Chronicle.
Duke students of late have wrestled with the proper relationship between the University and our expected contributions after graduation. Steve Hassey sparked debate in 2018, writing that student donations may make more of an impact at other organizations than they can at Duke. In a 2019 column, Ethan Ahuna argued that students should “give because you care about Duke students, because you want the institution to do better, because you are proud of your alma mater.” Now that graduating seniors face increasing pressure from the University to make meaningful contributions, it’s worth reaffirming: you should absolutely donate your organs to Duke.
It’s 3 a.m. on a Saturday night at Duke, and I am happily tucked in bed after a long night of socializing. Bored and curious, I open up the gay dating app Grindr and scroll through eligible bachelors in my area. The page is filled with blank anonymous profiles, mostly college-aged and within 1,000 feet of me. Bios read “Discreet” and “DL” (down-low) or say “DM me for a face pic.” The few profiles with face pics belong to my friends.
Disappointed with rush? The numbers say you are not alone.
There is one question that all university students must have some programmed response to: what are you studying? It seems like a simple question about one’s current area of interest, but the question probes at something much deeper in our lives. It asks—why are you at university? What do you plan on doing in the future? What do you value in life? Where do you find meaning?
Before Duke's matchup with Boston College, the Blue Zone gives you three keys to the game:
Duke continues to roll through the light portion of its ACC schedule while the rest of the country continues to undergo chaos. The Blue Zone will be here every Monday at noon until March giving you the biggest takeaways from each poll:
Sophomore Matthew Griffin was elected as the editor-in-chief of The Chronicle’s 116th volume.
For students at Duke Kunshan University, their semester has been anything but typical.
Dear David Sotolongo, Class of ‘82,
As an expert reporter for The Chronicle, I was assigned to cover Groundhog Day and went to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania for the story.