We probably should have seen that one coming.
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We probably should have seen that one coming.
They say the devil is in the details. But in Durham, the Blue Devils are in the details – and the numbers:
Welcome to the final stretch, where the light of winter break can be seen at the end of the stress-filled tunnel. Here are some ways you can take care of yourself and make your way through these last few weeks of exams and essays:
The Chronicle sat down with Isaac Henrion from Isaac’s Bagels, a bagel shop a five-minute walk from the Duke Arts Annex, to talk about his entrepreneurship journey. This interview has been lightly edited for grammar and clarity.
Whether it be “The Terminator," "I, Robot” or “Ex Machina,” cinema has often warned that we should fear or — at the very least — be wary of artificial intelligence. The message, though, has admittedly become overdone and honestly quite outdated. Someday, as AI grows to a level more intelligent than us, no longer will computers work for us but rather humans as slaves of the computer; in the end, we may look back and say that our very creation was the genesis of our own demise.
Students gathered on Abele Quad Nov. 11, to take part in Old Duke 2023, an annual concert run by Duke University Union (DUU), where Icona Pop made their long-awaited return to Duke after four years.
While Duke men’s basketball has had some recent struggles in its early-season slate, some former Blue Devils are finding success in the NBA. The Blue Zone takes a look at some Duke alum succeeding on the game’s biggest stage:
Duke men's basketball is currently in a tough stretch, dropping to the No. 22 position in the AP poll after opening the season at No. 2. The Blue Zone is here to recap the rest of the poll:
Sportswrap is your one-stop shop for everything Duke athletics, where we’ll recap how each of Duke’s sports currently in competition performed over the last week and give a brief look ahead. Here’s our recap for the week of Nov. 27-Dec. 3:
When it is the first race of the season, breaking your own school record isn’t usually what you might expect. Unless you’re junior distance phenom Amina Maatoug.
The seemingly unending construction on the old Panda Express location on BC Plaza is finally coming to a close. Seven months after Panda Express closed its doors, the tunnel to Duke Kunshan University being built in its place is nearly finished.
Everyone is familiar with the story of David vs. Goliath: little David defeating a powerful Goliath by being quick-witted and sharp. In Cameron Indoor Stadium on Sunday afternoon, the Blue Devils played the role of David for the first three-and-a-half quarters against No. 1 South Carolina; however, as the game drew to its closing stages, it was clear that the Gamecocks, led by senior center Kamilla Cardoso and sophomore forward Chloe Kitts, were too much for Duke to handle.
Duke recently released its 2023 Annual Security Report, which details on-campus crime statistics for the past three years.
After each Duke men’s basketball game this season, check back here for the Player of the Game and more. The Blue Devils were defeated by Georgia Tech Saturday afternoon in a 68-72 loss, and the Blue Zone is here to break down the contest:
Editor's note: This article was published before Duke's bowl announcement was made official, mistakenly asserting that numerous Sunday reports were confirmation of its placement. Previous versions of this article, based on an Action Network report, a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, from the Big 12 and advertisements on the Gasparilla Bowl website, incorrectly reported that Duke would play in the Gasparilla Bowl against UCF. The Chronicle regrets the error.
Sports dynasties, especially at the collegiate level, are not all that uncommon. Connecticut women’s basketball. North Carolina field hockey. Alabama football. Iowa wrestling.
ATLANTA—Early December can be an odd, and oddly revealing, time in college basketball. As conference play begins and the results begin to leave a lasting mark in the standings, the relative freedom of the first month disappears rather suddenly.
Coming off of a victory in the ACC/SEC Challenge against Georgia, the Blue Devils welcome the South Carolina Gamecocks to Cameron Indoor Stadium Sunday afternoon, looking to upset the top-ranked team in the nation. At the halftime break, the Blue Devils trail the Gamecocks 35-29:
It has certainly been a hectic few days for Duke football — a set that will define the future of the program. There has been no shortage of fan reactions, and a wide variety of opinions regarding former head coach Mike Elko’s Monday departure to Texas A&M and quarterback Riley Leonard’s Wednesday entrance into the transfer portal.
Coming off a road victory against Georgia Thursday night, Duke returns to Cameron Indoor Stadium Sunday afternoon to take on what might be its most formidable opponent yet: No. 1 South Carolina. The Chronicle’s womens’ basketball beat writers are here with their predictions for the marquee matchup: