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2022 season: 10-3, 5-3 in the ACC (2nd in Atlantic Division)
Sometimes, all it takes is one to break the ice.
Well, ready or not, here we are again at the start of a new academic year. Graduation may seem a long way away — and it is if you consider all that you will learn and all the friendships you will make between now and then — but I have been working on college campuses for long enough to tell you that your time at Duke will also be short.
Duke’s mistakes did not go unpunished.
Editor's note: The Chronicle's cross country preview was added after its Sept. 1 publication.
After voting in favor of an NLRB-recognized union, the Duke Graduate Students Union will now begin work toward a collective bargaining agreement with the University. Here is a rundown of the union’s top issues that might be included in a contract.
The Blue Devils will have plenty to work with this season as they have an influx of talented returning and incoming players. From graduate students returning from injury to four incoming freshmen, the growing team has the Blue Devils “continuing to focus on team culture, which is in a good spot” and “working hard to get ready to get started,” according to head coach Jolene Nagel.
While last year’s season did not end the sweetest way for the Blue Devils, success does not come in one year but through consistent improvements. This season represents another opportunity for Duke to demonstrate its growth into a formidable ACC field hockey opponent.
On Friday night, Koskinen Stadium is coming back to life. Ringing in its season with a match against Jacksonville, Duke will be back in action and ambitious as ever.
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As interns who spent their summers at the NC General Assembly, we witnessed the unsettling amount of power wielded by state legislators who proved to be unpredictable and irrational. By offering a synopsis of this legislative session, we hope Duke students will recognize how the decisions being made in that building are directly impacting their lives and others around the state — especially with municipal elections on the horizon.
Duke doctoral students voted overwhelmingly in favor of an officially recognized union, with 1,000 ballots in favor of unionization and 131 against.
This time last year, Duke was teetering perilously close to laughing-stock status after a pair of seasons with one combined win in the ACC headlined by some very, very bad losses tanked the Blue Devils’ reputation near irreparability. In one particularly bad drubbing at Virginia in October 2021, our Micah Hurewitz likened Duke’s loss to getting hit by a nuclear warhead.
Faculty from the department of religious studies released a statement last Tuesday in support of the Duke Graduate Students Union, recognizing the “right of Duke graduate students to form an employer-recognized union.”
Simone Mashaal is taking pictures with her family in the East Campus backyard.
Duke men’s basketball is adding an exciting new class of signees and transfers for head coach Jon Scheyer’s second season at the helm, and the Blue Zone is here to analyze film on each of the incoming Blue Devils. We have already looked at Jared McCain, Neal Begovich, Sean Stewart and Caleb Foster. Next up is TJ Power:
The first game of the season brings a swirl of emotions. With a mixture of excitement and nerves, some teams let the jitters get the best of them. Not Duke.