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Duke women's lacrosse's offensive struggles continue against North Carolina

(04/21/19 5:01pm)

After posting its lowest scoring output of the season against Notre Dame, Duke looked to turn things around against rival North Carolina and finally win against a top-10 team. The Tar Heels and their premier defense, featuring one of the top goalies in the nation in Taylor Moreno, had other ideas.


Duke women’s golf comes up short of third consecutive ACC championship title

(04/21/19 1:32pm)

Coming off two straight ACC championship titles the past two seasons, Duke came into Greensboro, N.C., Thursday hoping to add to its collection of 21 conference title trophies. But after a dominating performance from an in-state opponent and a tournament schedule change, the Blue Devils left the Sedgefield Country Club empty-handed. 



Questioning the merits of merit

(04/20/19 6:26pm)

As current students begin rallying for LDOC and staking out the perfect study spot in Perkins for finals season, starry-eyed Blue Devil Days attendees are flooding campus once again. While some prospective students are primarily evaluating the university based on the rigor of classes, the quality of the food in the Brodhead Center and general campus atmosphere, others are facing a far more daunting, deterministic metric: financial aid.






Full Frame 2019: 'Where We Belong' director discusses impact of divorce on children

(04/19/19 4:04am)

For its North American premiere, “Where We Belong” screened at Full Frame Documentary Film Festival earlier this month. The film gave viewers a raw look into the lived experiences of young children affected by their parents’ marital troubles. It features interviews with five children on their experiences, paired with ethereal close-ups of their faces, engulfed by intense lighting and music that evokes their specific, complicated and often hard-to-express internal struggles. The documentary gives voice to those who are usually voiceless, largely through their wonderfully genuine and surprisingly mature insights. The Chronicle spoke with Swiss director Jacqueline Zünd via email about her intentions behind the film and what she learned from the children she interviewed.