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Macro-movement in biopics: The fast past, present, and future of the flourishing genre

(10/17/22 4:00am)

Four years ago, classic rock fans rejoiced in the debut of “Bohemian Rhapsody,” the blockbuster film rendering the breakthrough, achievement and dominance of rockstar Freddie Mercury and 70s juggernaut Queen. “Rhapsody” championed the box office and awards alike, garnering adoration from critics and fans, domestic and worldwide. It became the highest grossing biographical picture of all time, finishing in box office just a hairsbreadth from the billion dollar threshold. “Rhapsody” shattered and reset the biopic market, opening eyes to the earning potential of this genre.







'Get it done': Devastating loss to North Carolina shows Duke football is beyond taking moral victories

(10/16/22 1:29pm)

The Blue Devils have three losses, each by a single possession. They are knocking on the door of their fifth win, which would give them as many as in the previous two seasons combined. The strides the team has made since even last year are undeniable, and contending at all in these key games seems like a victory in and of itself. 




No. 3 Duke men's soccer proves its merit in imperfect defeat of Notre Dame

(10/15/22 3:49pm)

Leading into the 2008 financial crisis, banks engaged in increasingly risky behavior justified by the fact that they were too big to fail. We know now that that logic led to one of the most disastrous collapses of any entity in history, and, ridiculous as it may seem, many sports teams have risen and fallen in the same way, too loaded with talent to see systemic flaws. Then, when they face some pressure and things don’t completely click, they collapse, because they were never equipped to confront their own failings. 



No. 3 Duke men's soccer bests Notre Dame in regular-season rematch of 2021 ACC Championship

(10/15/22 4:16am)

Hummingbirds are some of the planet’s most unique animals: green and pink feathers, wings that flutter 50 times per second, long, toothpick-like beaks. Outside of their biology, most people know and love the birds for their regular forays into suburban backyards and the resulting pit stops at nectar-stocked bird feeders.


Passing on

(10/17/22 4:00am)

When we hear the phrase “passing on,” we may think of someone’s death. This is certainly one meaning of the phrase, but there is another way of thinking of it. It has to do with life, learning, and legacy. That is, even if someone has “passed on” as in death, they may have also “passed on” something to those who are left behind. 



Duke loves watching bad bitch monkeys

(10/17/22 4:00am)

Naturalistic observation is awesome. Every day, you go out in the wild, pen and notebook in hand, discreetly writing down everything you see and hear. Occasionally, you take notes from audio or video recordings or rely on the work of your colleagues to stay up to date. And over the course of several weeks or months, you review your material, extract trends, and try to impart some meaning to all the information you’ve collected. 






Center for Muslim Life adapts to new space on West Campus as Duke's Muslim community grows

(10/14/22 1:25am)

This is part four in a series profiling the identity centers at Duke, highlighting the work they do and their roles on campus. Part three, which focuses on the Women's Center at Duke, can be found here. Check back for more articles in coming weeks.