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Ninety-nine years after college basketball's two Tobacco Road programs first met, the greatest rivalry in the sport will be renewed Wednesday night at 9 at Cameron Indoor Stadium, and The Chronicle is here for all the coverage you need about this year's matchup and the rivalry's history.
Feb. 13, 2019 marked the 50th anniversary of the Allen Building Takeover, when dozens of black student activists took over Duke's administrative building and demanded better treatment in 1969. Below is all The Chronicle's coverage of the half-century anniversary.
Another game against Virginia, another win for Duke—that was the storyline of the weekend as the Blue Devils completed the season sweep of the now-No. 4 Cavaliers in Charlottesville. Host Mitchell Gladstone and men's basketball beat writer and Vol. 113 sports editor Hank Tucker, fresh off their trip to Virginia, join co-host Derek Saul to share their thoughts on another thrilling battle and the biggest storylines to come from yet another road win.
Derek Saul was unanimously elected to serve as sports editor for The Chronicle’s 115th edition in a department-wide meeting.
Submitted by readers and divided among three categories—pioneers, leaders and icons—our selections are all individuals or groups defining what it means to be a member of the Duke community in 2019. To read more about Chron15, click here.
People’s State of the University is a campus activist group that rose to prominence after its student members stormed the stage at an alumni address by President Vincent Price in April 2018 and issued a series of demands. They connected their protest to the 1968 Silent Vigil, which followed the death of Martin Luther King Jr.
He had more than a million followers on Instagram before he ever stepped on campus as a student, he was the second-ranked basketball recruit in the 2018 high school class, and somehow, Zion Williamson has easily exceeded the hype.
As a freshman on the Duke women’s tennis team, Maria Mateas arrived on campus with a desire to improve her tennis prowess. But the fact that she is even in college is unique. She is currently ranked WTA No. 299 and topped out her junior ranking at 26 almost three years ago. She is also the ninth highest ranked women’s tennis player with ties to college and the only one current enrolled.
In an event billed as the “Battle of the Blues,” the most exciting color for Duke on Saturday came in the form of an orange Gatorade shower for head coach Dan Colella after the Blue Devils picked up another Tobacco Road rivalry win for the third year in a row.
Like Tre Jones, we're back for another episode of Cameron Chronicles as hosts Mitchell Gladstone and Derek Saul team up with Durham native and Blue Zone contributor Shane Smith to discuss the Blue Devils' two recent blowout wins and pick their studs and duds of the season.
Well, well, well, wouldn't you know—it's time for another episode of Cameron Chronicles with our hosts Mitchell Gladstone and Derek Saul back in Durham. They're joined by Sports Managing Editor Winston Lindqwister, another one of our men's basketball beat writers to talk all the craziness of the last few days surrounding the Blue Devils.
After putting together a career performance against then-No. 13 Florida State, Cam Reddish will not take to the floor to start against Syracuse, citing feeling under the weather.
After a thrilling nonconference victory at Madison Square Garden and a restful few weeks during the holiday season, Duke will return to action Saturday night when it opens ACC play with Clemson.
As 2018 draws to a close, The Chronicle looks back on the stories that shaped life at the University during the last twelve months. Ranging from record-setting performances to faculty addressing the topic of harassment, these are stories that defined 2018.
Live coverage of the winter storm's effects on campus will be posted here by Chronicle staff.
After last week's one-on-one with ESPN's own and Duke alumnus Jay Bilas in Maui, the Cameron Chronicles are back in Durham for another exciting episode. Hosts Derek Saul and Mitchell Gladstone return to the studio and break down the Blue Devils' first loss of the season to Gonzaga and the way Duke responded Tuesday in a blowout of Indiana.
Duke announced Monday night that an undergraduate was admitted to the hospital with a confirmed case of bacterial meningitis.
After kicking off the season last week, the Cameron Chronicles, our Duke men's basketball podcast returns for a second episode. Hosts Derek Saul and Mitchell Gladstone are joined by former Sports Editor Hank Tucker to break down the Blue Devils' dominant opening week, which included a 34-point blowout of then-No. 2 Kentucky in the Champions Classic and Duke's ensuing rise to the top of the AP poll.
As election results roll in through the night, stay tuned to The Chronicle's live blog, where staff will be posting up-to-date results, analysis and scenes from campus. From the most-watched national races to alumni running for local office, The Chronicle's Ben Leonard will be pulling together everything you need to know about the midterm election results. The blog will begin at 5:00 p.m. and end at 2:00 a.m.
As you count down the final hours without college basketball, Cameron Chronicles returns for a second season. Our Duke men's basketball podcast, hosted by Derek Saul and Mitchell Gladstone, will release a new episode every couple of weeks with insight from our writers as well as exclusive interviews with college hoops analysts and former Blue Devil players.