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NEW YORK—Duke head coach Kara Lawson prides herself on a slow-moving, defensive-centric gameplan. A trip into the Lions’ den sparked the opposite: a fast-paced, end-to-end battle. In the end, the Blue Devils barely escaped with a 66-62 victory thanks to a clutch two-point jumper from sophomore guard Ashlon Jackson with 17.1 seconds left.
A bright neon red sign hung outside my elementary school guidance counselor’s office. In delicate letterings, it laid out the steps one ought to take if their feelings had been hurt. The first steps outlined various combinations of having open conversations with the other person and being honest about your feelings.
No. 9 Duke men's basketball looks to reload following a devastating loss to now-No. 3 Arizona. As the team travels to Chicago for the Champions Classic and a matchup against No. 18 Michigan State, the Blue Zone brings some can’t-miss prop bets:
No. 2 Duke hits the road for the first time this season, heading to Chicago for the 13th annual Champions Classic. The Blue Devils will take on the 18th-ranked Spartans in a heavyweight battle, and The Chronicle's beat writers are here with their predictions on whether Duke will leave the Windy City with a win:
Rows of empty Shabbat tables were assembled on the Bryan Center Plaza Monday, representing over 230 people kidnapped in the Oct. 7 Hamas-led attacks in Israel.
Yaolin Liu, the new chancellor of Duke Kunshan University, is busy familiarizing himself with the DKU community and campus as quickly as possible after his inauguration on Sept. 1.
From the infectious club classic “Yeah!” to the nostalgic single “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love,” Usher’s relevance in pop culture and our childhoods is timeless, in contrast to some public opinion. The news of his upcoming performance at the Super Bowl Halftime Show was announced across the social media accounts of the NFL, Roc Nation, Apple Music and his own Sept. 24 and followed up by a flurry of comments.
“Transcendence + Immanence,” an exhibition by Chinese artist and critic DaoZi, is on display in the Duke Chapel from Oct. 20 - Nov. 26.
After a disastrous opening weekend in which Duke only won two of 30 matches against Rutgers, Cal Poly and Stanford, the Blue Devils bounced back in a major way during their triple-header in Morgantown, W. Va., Sunday. Despite falling to West Virginia 40-6, Duke earned its first two wins of the season through a 19-16 defeat of Cleveland State and 24-17 victory against Kent State.
Following a heartbreaking 78-73 loss Friday to then-No. 12 Arizona at Cameron Indoor Stadium, the ninth-ranked Blue Devils travel Tuesday to Chicago where they will face No. 18 Michigan State in the annual Champions Classic contested between historic basketball blue bloods. Both teams enter the matchup with an early season loss — Michigan State’s came to James Madison in its season opener. The Blue Devils should expect a fierce veteran squad as they hope to earn their first ranked win of the season.
They say the devil is in the details. But in Durham, the Blue Devils are in the details—and numbers:
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. 6-12:
After an eventful opening week of college basketball, Duke drops on No. 9 in the AP poll. The Blue Zone is here to recap the rest of the new poll:
After falling to No. 1 North Carolina in the ACC Championship game, the Blue Devils went into the NCAA tournament looking for a deep run. With wins over American and Syracuse, Duke field hockey is set to compete in the Final Four. The Blue Zone takes a look at a few players that will be key for the Blue Devils:
Duke researchers are studying the brain by giving psychedelics to larval zebrafish.
No. 9 Duke men’s basketball is set to take on No. 18 Michigan State Tuesday night in a back-to-back top-25 matchup for the Blue Devils. Before tipoff in Chicago, the Blue Zone is here with three keys to a Duke victory:
Some project directors and first-years expressed concerns with Duke’s required gender violence training after orientation week, noting that multiple students walked out crying and that attempts at comedy felt insensitive.
Want to add an interesting class to your schedule during the drop/add period? Look no further. Here’s The Chronicle’s guide to the five most interesting classes being offered next spring.
Following backlash about unsafe and inaccessible infrastructure around campus, Duke University Parking and Transportation introduced a new fleet of all-electric buses equipped with spikes on the front and sides to more easily kill the cyclists on Campus Drive.
For the first time, first-year students did not receive a physical DukeCard when they arrived on campus.