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Students staging a sit-in in the Allen Building will not negotiate with administrators until workers are included in discussions, according to a Duke Students and Workers in Solidarity statement released Monday night.
The Chronicle's Jack Dolgin recaps the weekend in Duke athletics. The men's lacrosse team played its third straight overtime game, falling 17-16 to Tobacco Road rival North Carolina while the women fell 14-12 to No. 4 Syracuse at the Carrier Dome. The women's tennis team continued its dominance in ACC play, defeating No. 12 Virginia 4-0 and besting Notre Dame 4-1. With the season in the books, men's basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski underwent total knee replacement surgery Sunday morning, and the women's basketball team lost two talented pieces from this year's roster when sophomore Azurá Stevens and freshman Angela Salvadores announced they would not return next season.
Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski underwent successful total knee replacement surgery Sunday, the team announced in a press release.
Students gathered Saturday evening to find out how administrators would respond to the ongoing Allen Building sit-in. Those orchestrating the sit-in revealed an "occupied" banner and other protestors reiterated their demands as they found out what administrators said to those in the Allen Building. A video of scenes from the Saturday gathering can be viewed below:
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, Trinity '84, will speak at this year's Class Day ceremony during graduation weekend, Nandita Singh, senior class president, announced in an email to seniors Friday afternoon.
Sophomore Azurá Stevens and freshman Angela Salvadores will not return to the Blue Devil program next season, Duke announced Friday.
Former Duke vice president and director of athletics Tom Butters—the man who hired head men's basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski as part of a 30-year career as a Duke administrator—died Thursday night. He was 77.
Bill Green, Duke's former vice president of university relations, died Monday at his family home in Durham. He was 91.
After struggling in their spring season opener, the Blue Devils have won back-to-back tournaments and will look to continue their momentum this week with the postseason rapidly approaching.
The Duke Student Government debated a resolution advocating for disciplinary action against Executive Vice President Tallman Trask for violating the Duke Community Standard at its meeting Wednesday. They also discussed budget surplus spending proposals and passed a measure condemning North Carolina's House Bill 2. Watch the full video of the meeting here:
Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski alluded to it at times throughout the season, but Brandon Ingram made it official Monday—the Blue Devil standout will not be returning for his sophomore campaign.
Duke may be out of the NCAA tournament, but some Blue Devils are still racking up accolades.
The Blue Devils are not a part of the postseason this year, but that did not preclude them from picking up postseason honors.
Duke head coach Megan Cooke Carcagno wanted to get her team some early-season experience against some of the nation's top teams.
The Chronicle's Jack Dolgin recaps a busy weekend in Duke athletics. The men's basketball team's season came to a close in the Sweet 16 with an 82-68 loss at the hands of top-seeded Oregon. The men's lacrosse team rebounded from an overtime loss with a dramatic 16-15 overtime win against No. 5 Syracuse, and the women's lacrosse team followed suit with an 11-8 win against No. 16 Virginia. The fencing and swimming teams finished up their seasons with multiple All-America honors, and the track team started its outdoor season over in Raleigh.
Powered by two underclassmen and a veteran making her final appearance in a Duke uniform, the Blue Devils turned in another top-10 performance at the NCAA championships.
Just when it looked as though the Blue Devils were going to be swept for the second straight weekend, Brian McAfee stepped in and carried Duke to a win.
Somebody call 911, Sean Kingston will be the performer at this year’s Old Duke concert.
The Chronicle's Brian Pollack and Sameer Pandhare break down Duke's Sweet 16 loss to the top-seeded Ducks in the West Regional semifinals in Anaheim, Calif. Dillon Brooks scored 22 points to go with five rebounds and six assists as Oregon's athleticism was too much for Duke to handle. Brandon Ingram led all scorers with 24 points, but the rest of his teammates could never really find a rhythm as the Blue Devils' season came to a close on the West Coast.
The Chronicle's Brian Pollack previews the Blue Devils' Sweet 16 matchup against top-seeded Oregon in the West Regional semifinals Thursday night in Anaheim, Calif. After a cross-country trek to get to the Golden State, Duke will have to contend with one of the most athletic teams it has seen all season. Dillon Brooks spearheads the offensive attack for the Ducks, and 6-foot-10 center Chris Boucher is both a shot-blocking threat and an adept 3-point shooter.