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After the departure of former head coach Mike Elko Monday morning, there has already been rearranging in the program as players and staffers depart, while the new coach — who has yet to be determined — will likely bring in different personnel. Follow along here for rolling updates on these moves:
Duke moved up to No. 7 in the AP poll after an undefeated week. The Blue Zone is here to recap the action across the country:
Duke men’s basketball faces its first game of the ACC/SEC Challenge Wednesday against Arkansas. Ahead of the game, the Blue Zone takes a look at three areas that may help the Blue Devils come out on top:
In just two years, former Duke head coach Mike Elko changed the program from one that consistently sat at the bottom of its conference into a team capable of a top-10 win and the school’s first-ever visit from ESPN College GameDay.
For those who frequent online fandoms and communities, the name Scott Pilgrim is almost guaranteed to ring a bell. After nearly two decades of publicity, the "Scott Pilgrim" series still enjoys widespread fame and major pop culture influence. As a quick disclaimer, there will be spoilers for the series in this article!
I’ve always had eclectic music tastes. I have only one Spotify playlist, which I’ve stuffed full with everything from death metal to smooth jazz to klezmer music to rap to something I recently discovered called thrash grass. My top four songs are probably “One Piece at a Time,” “California Uber Alles,” “Amos Moses” and “Godzilla.” And right now, my four favorite musicians/bands are Johnny Cash, The Dead Kennedys, The Native Howl and Slipknot (all of whom you should check out, by the way).
Celebrating its 10-year anniversary at its location on Main Street, the Museum of Durham History (MoDH) has opened a new exhibit focusing on some famous Durhamites and the stories of everyday children and teachers.
The North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) is currently hosting an exhibit on surrealism in contemporary artwork. Running from Aug. 12, 2023 to Jan. 28, 2024, “The Surrealist Impulse” attempts to display the continued influence of a century-old cultural movement on artists of our time.
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. 20-26:
From the outside looking in, a 93-45 victory seems pretty good.
When students first arrive at Duke, they are bombarded with a plethora of acronyms and academic codes. During class registration letters like CZ, NS and ALP are assigned to various courses on DukeHub. Some students jump into their four-year plan early and decide to knock out some of these requirements. Some of us — myself included — wait until this becomes an unavoidable reality.
For many coming to Duke from abroad, expectations about what it is like to study and live in Durham may be less clear-cut than those for more well-known cities across the nation. The Chronicle spoke to international students about their impressions of Durham and Duke before they arrived on campus and if their views have changed since.
Just like four years ago, for myself and fellow seniors, it is again the time to be incessantly asked what we are to do after graduation. This is, of course, an incredibly annoying question until you have arrived at a satisfying answer. This time, however, the response is not so clear cut: No longer is it as simple as offering the name of a college and receiving a judgment proportional to your questioner’s opinion of the institution. While we broadly could do any number of things next, it tends to boil down to one of two options: entering an applicable industry or continuing to go to school.
The Elko Era, as soon as it began, is over.
Following a two-game losing streak, the Blue Devils were eager to get back in the win column with a dominant showing against N.C. Central, and dominant they were. They played with a sense of urgency and purpose, en route to a 93-45 win at Cameron Indoor Stadium Sunday afternoon.
After each Duke men's basketball game this season, check back here for the Player of the Game and more. The Blue Devils emerged victorious against Southern Indiana to complete the Blue Devil Challenge, and the Blue Zone analyzes the contest:
In its regular-season finale, Duke football earned a 30-19 victory against Pittsburgh. The Blue Zone is here to break down the Blue Devils’ win on Senior Day with three key takeaways, stats and a look ahead: