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After careful consideration, DukeAfrica is pleased to endorse Isaiah Hamilton as our next DSG president. After interviewing all three candidates, Isaiah's passion for creating more community on campus has stuck out most to us. In this current political climate (particularly as we await news regarding Affirmative Action), Isaiah stresses that Duke as a community cannot afford to be complacent in making sure that all black students' needs and concerns are heard and addressed. Isaiah is also most aware of needs concerning African students on campus such as making the Mary Lou more of a space for all of the Black diaspora. He is passionate about making our current curriculum more inclusive (hopefully including languages across Africa to fulfill the Foreign Language requirement) and hiring more professors of color.
National Basketball Association commissioner Adam Silver will be the commencement speaker for the Class of 2023, President Vincent Price announced in a video Tuesday evening at the Duke-N.C. State men’s basketball game.
Cameron Indoor Stadium is a notoriously tough trip for visiting teams. This season, it was nothing more than a fool’s errand.
Playing at home in Cameron Indoor Stadium for one last time in the 2022-23 season, Duke kept pace with visiting N.C. State early Tuesday evening before gaining slight separation late in the first half. Heading to the locker room, the Blue Devils have earned a slim 33-29 advantage.
The bells rang out across Duke’s campus at 5 p.m., chiming as if in celebration of Blue Devil senior Celeste Taylor.
Following an emphatic victory against Virginia Tech, Duke men’s basketball looks to close out its home slate against N.C. State and remain undefeated in Cameron Indoor Stadium this season. The Blue Zone has three keys for the Blue Devils to achieve victory in their penultimate regular-season contest:
After five long months, we’ve finally made it to the most important time in the college basketball season: postseason awards.
As Duke goes through administrative, policy and social changes, the platforms of the Duke Student Government presidential and executive vice presidential candidates reflect many of the same concerns at the forefront of students’ minds.
“Our offense, we have to take a step in the right direction here.”
On Dec. 21, 2021, the 16th-ranked Blue Devils routed Charleston Southern 78-35 to finish an impressive nonconference slate 9-1, the lone loss a single-digit defeat to future national champion South Carolina. One year after the COVID-19 pandemic cut head coach Kara Lawson’s first season short, a new era of Duke women’s basketball looked to be on the horizon.
Durham and other North Carolina cities are known for being unwalkable. But just how bad are they?
Instead of hosting individual celebrations for students in the Asian/American & Pacific Islander, Latinx and Native American communities, the Center for Multicultural Affairs will be hosting a single Multicultural Graduation Ceremony, according to an Instagram post from the CMA.
I’ll admit that the title of this piece is directly inspired by Susan Glasser’s current column for the New Yorker. Every Friday, Glasser relays a summary of the most soap opera-esque political happenings of the past 7 days in Washington. In her well-oiled, snappy tone, she often leaves the reader with an almost tangible sense of fear regarding our country’s ever weakening grip on sanity, morality, and/or democracy. Some would argue that a healthy amount of fear about the current state of political affairs is well warranted, and mind you I do not completely disagree. However, if given the chance, I will not hesitate to frolic to my heart’s content underneath the cherry blossom trees that frame Washington’s National Mall – all the while sipping on an objectively overpriced iced coffee and doing my best to embody Scandal’s Olivia Pope.
The ACC is the most loaded conference in Division I women’s basketball. ESPN’s newest Bracketology projection had the conference sending nine teams to the NCAA tournament, and there are currently four squads ranked in the AP Top 25. Given the talent and depth of the conference this year, No. 13 Duke will have a difficult path in its search for its first conference tournament title since 2013. The Blue Devils may very well face nationally ranked teams in all three of their ACC tournament games.
Duke’s star power at the plate was on full display this weekend, with a 10-3 win Sunday against Baylor to sweep the three-game series, and decisive wins of 20-1 Friday and 22-3 Saturday. While they did get off to a slower start Sunday than in the previous two games, once the Blue Devils turned it into overdrive, they did not let up. The eighth inning saw big hits from Andrew Fischer, Jay Beshears, Alex Stone and MJ Metz that busted the game open for the Blue Devils, who tallied six runs to extend their lead from 4-3 to the final 10-3. With that, they sent the Bears back to Waco, Texas, with three more in the loss column.
Duke has its final home game against N.C. State Tuesday night. The Blue Zone looks back on the two teams' previous matchup and previews the upcoming game:
This week is Celebrating Our Bodies Week, a Duke version of NEDA’s National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. Hosted by our local chapter of the international nonprofit Body Banter, this week will feature an assortment of events focused on educating students about disordered eating and eating disorders, as well as promoting student-led body image activism.
The Blue Devils endured another split week, opening with a win and ending with a loss. A new AP Poll came out Monday, and the Blue Zone breaks down the changes:
They say the devil is in the details. But in Durham, the Blue Devils are in the details — and numbers:
Duke Engineering Student Government enthusiastically endorses Chase Barclay for Duke Student Government president. The ESG Executive Board is confident that Chase’s goals will best serve engineering students in the coming year, through his background in Academic Affairs, ideas for funding reforms, and elevating the voice of Pratt in institutional conversations.