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March is here, and just one game remains in the regular season for Duke and North Carolina. When the historic rivals meet Saturday evening inside the Dean E. Smith Center in Chapel Hill, there is plenty on the line — here are five things to know before tipoff.
GREENSBORO, N.C.—On Friday night in Greensboro Coliseum, Duke played North Carolina. It was the third matchup of the year between the two rivals. In many ways, it was a strikingly familiar game. It was another low-scoring meeting, complete with hard fouls, strong screens and stifling blocks. Somehow, the two teams managed to score fewer combined points than they did the last time.
GREENSBORO, N.C.—It took less than a week for the Blue Devils to turn around and take revenge on the Tar Heels, proving that old adage — the third time really is a charm.
The Student-led Rare Cancer and Health Disparity Coalition partnered with North Carolina Central University to host a tabling event on Bryan Center Plaza Tuesday in honor of Rare Disease Day.
Duke will award honorary degrees to four recipients at the Class of 2023’s commencement ceremony in May, a list that includes individuals who have contributed meaningfully to the arts, environmental science and social justice.
It was a convincing win, maybe even his team’s best to date, and it came in stark contrast to an earlier loss to the same opponent. Every Duke starter scored in double digits, the defense excelled and no one player had to do too much.
Maddie Jenner is a graduate attacker for Duke. The Annapolis, Md., native has spent all five of her collegiate years with the Blue Devils, beating her sister Olivia Jenner’s single-season program draw control record in 2022 and setting the NCAA all-time draw control record in a Feb. 19 win against Gardner-Webb. The Chronicle spoke with Jenner about her time with the Blue Devils and the new milestone she reached.
Duke women's basketball begins its ACC tournament play Friday evening against North Carolina. The Blue Zone has three keys for the Blue Devils to redeem themselves against their rival:
Junior Isaiah Hamilton will be next year’s Duke Student Government president and junior Ashley Bae will be DSG executive vice president.
Paramore’s long anticipated album, “This Is Why”, released Feb. 10, was a welcomed and highly anticipated comeback for the band’s fan base of former (and current) angsty teens.
Love her or hate her, you’ve probably heard of author Colleen Hoover. Step into a Barnes and Noble and you’ll be greeted with an entire stand dedicated to her plethora of books. They’re among the most read books on Goodreads, and her novel “It Ends With Us” is currently being adapted into a movie. Yet, despite the adoration and cult-like following that Hoover has received, her name also brings about a chorus of groans. YouTube reviews, bluntly titled “i read the 5 most popular colleen hoover books so you never have to” and “i read 3 colleen hoover books and my life has been changed... for the WORST,” beg the question: what makes the work of Colleen Hoover so controversial?
Is there an alternative path for economic growth that doesn’t rely on a single tariff or the typical subsidization of infrastructure, education and industry? Durham’s SmART Program thinks that art can be that alternative, one that causes growth by spurring more tourism and commerce, and they are putting their theory to the test with an ambitious effort to transform Durham's urban landscape.
On Saturday, Duke finishes its regular season with a trip to Chapel Hill in a matchup against North Carolina. The Blue Zone is here with three keys to a Blue Devil win:
For the second-straight year, Duke failed to contend in a longtime staple of its spring slate.
Duke plays its first ACC tournament game Friday evening as a No. 2-seed following an immensely successful regular season. Before the Blue Devils tip off, the Blue Zone is here with a potential game-changer throughout the tournament:
Death has been all over the news recently. Causes? Earthquakes. Gun violence. Suicides. War. The list is innumerable. The spiritual is right again: “Death ain’t nothin’ but a robber.” Yet, facing the fact of our mortality, of our dying, can help us in our living.
Duke men's basketball closes out its regular season Saturday night in Chapel Hill. Ahead of round two of the rivalry matchup, the Blue Zone looks back at the first meeting and previews the upcoming game:
Duke Student Government senators held the first half of their town hall at their Wednesday meeting.
In August 2015, a high school softball star walked onto Duke’s campus to see what her potential future home would look like. The wooded area at the corner of Broad and Markham was just like the Field of Dreams.
Duke plays its archrival one more time to close out the 2022-23 regular season Saturday evening. Before the blockbuster matchup, the Blue Zone is here with a potential difference-maker for both the Blue Devils and Tar Heels: