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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.—This time around, the thousands of fans clad in white and frantically screaming at the court weren’t there for the Blue Devils’ sake. The residents of the most notorious stadium in college basketball got a taste of their own medicine Wednesday night in front of a raucous 20,344-person crowd (the largest ever) inside Bud Walton Arena. And man, was it bitter.
Duke Student Government senators passed a resolution in support of a proposed Native American and Indigenous Studies (NAIS) program and the establishment of a Native American and Indigenous Center for Culture at its Wednesday meeting.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.—In the inaugural ACC/SEC Challenge, No. 7 Duke and Arkansas are locked in a rough-and-tumble matchup at Bud Walton Arena. With 20 minutes behind them and 20 to go in yet another marquee early-season test for the reigning ACC tournament champions, the Blue Devils trail the Razorbacks 33-32:
First, Duke lost its coach. Now, it has lost its quarterback.
In its first road test of the year, Duke men’s basketball travels to Fayetteville, Ark., Wednesday night to take on Arkansas. Before tipoff, the Blue Zone has you covered with some can’t-miss prop bets:
For the second straight year, Duke football is going bowling. After starting 4-0, the Blue Devils cooled off, but were still talented enough to become bowl eligible at 7-5, and they now await their bowl placement Sunday. Duke is out of consideration for the Orange Bowl, but it is eligible for a host of other games, as likely the fifth or sixth best ACC team according to the bowl committee.
Duke is adding a familiar face to bolster the coaching staff.
With former head coach Mike Elko’s sudden departure, Duke’s seat is now vacant. Athletic director Nina King confirmed Monday that the search for a new head coach is underway. The Chronicle’s beat writers are here to offer some potential candidates for the job — both inside and outside the program:
I unclip my hair from the roller and fasten gold hoops into my ears. My hair bounces in blow-dried waves on my shoulders, my loose waves cascading to the edges of “DUKE” emblazoned on my navy blue sweatshirt. My sloppy gait has turned into a confident cadence, and I grow sharply aware of my surroundings.
The seventh-ranked Blue Devils stare down their first real road battle of the season Wednesday in Fayetteville, Ark., against the talented but hurting Razorbacks. The Chronicle’s beat writers are here to predict how Duke will fare in its first installment of the ACC/SEC Challenge, and whether it can emerge with a win at a hostile Bud Walton Arena:
Economist Arthur Laffer spoke to a full lecture hall on the economic incentives of lowering taxes on the rich in an event hosted by the Ciceronian Society and sponsored by the Young America's Foundation.
After finishing its regular season with a victory against Pittsburgh to finish the season 7-5, the Blue Devils received even more praise Tuesday afternoon with the release of All-ACC teams.
No. 7 Duke men’s basketball will travel to Fayetteville, Ark., tomorrow to take on Arkansas before its first ACC game of the season Saturday against Georgia Tech. Ahead of the matchup with the Razorbacks, the Blue Zone brings you a key player from each side:
With former head coach Mike Elko’s time at Duke officially over, let’s walk back through what happened while he was here — a very eventful 716 days full of triumphs, heartbreak and plenty of milestones.
After former Duke head coach Mike Elko announced his departure to Texas A&M, much of the Blue Devil faithful initially demonstrated praise for Elko’s success in turning around the program and reinvigorating the passionate fanbase. However, when footage emerged of Elko arriving in College Station, Texas, early Monday morning, players were critical of the way he left.
Welcome back to the eleventh episode of the Blue Devil Blitz, a Duke football podcast hosted by The Chronicle.
With reading period and finals around the corner, here are some spots you can hunker down for that last stretch.
A federal lawsuit filed in eastern North Carolina is challenging the state’s new state Senate legislative map, alleging that it “unlawfully deprives Black voters of the opportunity to elect candidates of their choice.”
On Sunday, Nov. 12, the Rubenstein Arts Center (the Ruby) held a showing of the award-winning Israeli hybrid documentary, fiction-docu film “Savoy.” Written and directed by Zohar Wagner, “Savoy'' was presented at the Ruby as part of their Israeli-docu series.
In his two seasons in Durham, Mike Elko turned Duke into a team worth keeping an eye on.