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Maryland rallies with big second half to defeat Duke men's lacrosse in NCAA quarterfinals

(05/18/24 9:25pm)

For Duke’s senior and super-senior class of Brennan O’Neill, Dyson Williams, Kenny Brower and Jake Naso, Saturday’s NCAA quarterfinal offered the opportunity to avenge last year’s postseason heartbreak and take another shot at the Final Four. Except this time, it had the condition that the college careers of 25 players — two of whom sit in the NCAA all-time top five in goals — would end with a loss.





7 Duke students among those arrested at UNC encampment

(05/18/24 6:59pm)

Editor’s note: The Chronicle is an independent student news organization. We disaffiliated from Duke in 1993, in large part because our independent status allows us to hold the University accountable. That includes the administration, faculty and staff, but it also includes the student body and ourselves.






Revisiting Duke’s student movements demanding divestment from Israel

(05/16/24 5:01am)

In recent months, pro-Palestinian demonstrations on college campuses across the country have demanded universities disclose and cut off dealings tied to Israel, but institutions including Duke have not answered the call.


Here are the results from NC’s 2024 primary runoff elections

(05/15/24 4:49am)

The results for North Carolina’s runoff elections races are in. Voters took to the polls to cast their ballot in the remaining primary races to determine which Republican candidates will proceed to the November general elections.


'The most wonderful time in women’s soccer': NC Courage and the NWSL are making the women’s game boom

(05/15/24 12:39am)

In the peak of her career, Carla Overbeck, assistant coach of the Duke women’s soccer team, was working two jobs. She balanced the assistant coaching gig for the Blue Devils with her position as a starter on the U.S. Women’s National Team. Most of the year, Overbeck trained by herself. In 1995, when the U.S. women got third place in the World Cup, there was not a professional women’s soccer league in America. In 1996, when they won Gold at the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, there was not a professional women’s soccer league in America. In 1999, when Overbeck captained her team to a World Cup final victory, there was not a professional women’s soccer league in America.





Sportswrap: Softball and women's track crowned ACC champions, men's lacrosse advances in NCAA tournament

(05/13/24 6:03pm)

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 May 5-11:


Pro-Palestinian graduates stage walk-out during Commencement, host alternative ceremony and advocate for divestment from Israel

(05/12/24 10:57pm)

Early Sunday, graduating students filed into Wallace Wade as scheduled for Duke’s Class of 2024 Commencement Ceremony. Attendees cheered on the graduates, many of whom did not have a traditional high school graduation due to the COVID-19 pandemic.