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Currently professor of the practice in the department of theater studies at Duke, Neal Bell has an accomplished career as a playwright that includes an Obie award in 1992 for sustained achievement in playwriting and the Edgar Award for the best mystery play of 2005. In anticipation of Duke Players’ staged reading of his new play “The Report From Planet X” this Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. in Brody Theater, Recess talked to Neal Bell about his career and his latest project.
A team of three Duke students from the Fuqua School of Business placed fifth in the Adobe Analytics Challenge in San Jose Monday.
At a panel discussion Wednesday, four Duke student-athletes explored the unique experience of living as a black athlete in a predominantly white team and college.
If you’ve ever had a conversation about sexual assault at Duke, you might have heard of the Duke University Student Experiences Survey, which assesses campus climate surrounding sexual misconduct and sexual assault. But there’s a separate survey, standardized across universities, that Duke currently does not participate in.
The 2019 Durham Municipal Election is today.
Mike Krzyzewski may be 72 years old, but when it comes to recruiting, he's still as spry as ever.
The Chronicle's Recess section has some fun Duke-specific costume ideas for Halloween. Whether you have a furry dog suit or a bunch of bricks laying around, we've got you covered.
The Brodhead Center feeds thousands of students every day. Sazón alone makes 700 to 800 arépa bowls and 100 to 200 quesadillas daily. Where does all of the food come from?
At Wednesday’s Duke Student Government meeting, staff from the Duke Center for Multicultural Affairs discussed the experiences of racial minority and low-income students at Duke.
Walking through the door of the Duke Cancer Center, visitors are greeted by a reception desk and a graceful crescendo of eighth notes swelling from the Steinway piano one floor below.
The wealth of talent produced by Duke men's basketball has already started to display its richness in the NBA. Even though Zion Williamson still sits out with an injury, the rest of the former Blue Devils impressed. The Blue Zone takes you through some of the more notable performances:
In the one-and-done era, it can be tricky to keep track of everyone on Duke men's basketball's roster. Thankfully, the Blue Zone has compiled everything worth knowing about each player on the 2019-20 roster, from projected stat lines to NBA comparisons.
Defense leads to offense.
The 2019-20 Blue Devils’ season will get underway Tuesday against No. 3 Kansas in the Champions Classic and The Chronicle will have you covered for the 115th season of Duke basketball. Our Winston Lindqwister, Conner McLeod, Michael Model and Derek Saul break down their predictions for the upcoming campaign. How do you think Duke will fare?