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Coming off of a week of rest after a blowout win against Miami, the Blue Devils—with the exception of Vernon Carey Jr.—came out looking rusty in Cameron Indoor Stadium Tuesday night. However, No. 9 Duke heated up as the half progressed, heading to the locker room leading Pittsburgh 45-34. Here are five observations from the opening period.
Are you a Duke student interested in sharing your thoughts on the Duke basketball experience? You've come to the right place.
University-funded travel to China is being curtailed in light of the ongoing spread of the novel coronavirus, Provost Sally Kornbluth and Chancellor for Health Affairs A. Eugene Washington wrote in an email to the Duke community Tuesday evening.
Resident assistants were once told that one half of an independent house would be renamed after a donor, while the other would keep the name. Now, that’s just one option being considered.
Looking for a new place to call your second home next year?
January typically marks the time of year when people leave their house bundled up from head to toe and scurry indoors as quickly as possible, but not for a significant portion of Duke students known as tenters. After gathering a group of friends and pitching a tent upon their arrival from winter break in Krzyzewskiville, tenters must follow rigid guidelines in order to secure one of the sought-after spots in Cameron Indoor Stadium for the Duke-North Carolina men’s basketball game.
Duke men's basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski talks about the importance of student journalism as The Chronicle and The Daily Tar Heel face off in a rivalry fundraising challenge leading up to the Duke-North Carolina game.
Duke and North Carolina are set to play the latest reprise of their storied rivalry in less than two weeks. It's a matchup that pits two of men's college basketball's perennial blue bloods—separated by only a 10-mile stretch of Tobacco Road—against each other.
Most days, I find myself in West Union nibbling on a salmon and kale poké bowl while dreaming of the next controversial topic to whine self-righteously about in my esteemed Chronicle opinion column. One drab and monotonous day, as I choked down another piece of unseasoned fish, Duke did my work for me—President Price announced that a small group of “impact investors” had passed the proverbial “GO” and would receive $100,000 in Monopoly money to boost their chances at being the next Goldman Sachs executive to cause a financial crisis.
The Chronicle will publish endorsement letters for the 2020 Young Trustee elections from Monday, Feb. 3 to Monday, Feb. 10. We will not accept any endorsement submissions past Sunday, Feb. 9 at 8 p.m.
Duke had a mostly uneventful week, with a dominating win over Miami representing the team's only game action of the past seven days. The Blue Zone will be here every Monday at noon until March giving you the biggest takeaways from each poll:
Duke’s history is rife with student protests that echo one another, spanning from civil rights sit-ins to anti-ICE flyers.
It's that time of year, folks. It's Young Trustee election season. Campus will soon be flooded with changed profile pictures, promotional videos and tri-fold display boards at Marketplace. But who's actually running?
It’ll be a homecoming Tuesday evening for longtime Duke assistant and current Pittsburgh head coach Jeff Capel.
In the spirit of Monday Monday’s most recent column about rush, which reported that the CAPS system crashed due to first-years attempting to schedule appointments with a psychologist, I’ve realized a fundamental truth: we, Duke students, do not need rush; we, Duke students, need therapy.
Young Trustee finalist Maryam Asenuga, a senior, is committed to social justice and to building a more inclusive Duke.
Young Trustee finalist Tim Skapek, a senior, hopes to bring the lessons he has learned as a walk-on football kicker to the Board of Trustees.
Young Trustee finalist Ibrahim Butt, a senior, seeks to empower marginalized voices, a mission that he has sustained from his high school involvement in the United Kingdom to his years at Duke.
Young Trustee finalist Leah Abrams, a senior, plans to use her nuanced understanding of the issues at Duke and Durham to be a voice for equity.
Last week, Duke throttled Miami at home to break a two-game losing streak. After a full week of rest and adjustment, the Blue Devils will be back on the court to host Pittsburgh Tuesday. The Blue Zone breaks down a key player from each team: