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Before February's matchup, we looked back at the top moments between head coach Mike Krzyzewski and North Carolina at the Dean Dome. With likely the final chapter of the rivalry set to unfold Saturday, The Blue Zone counts down the top five all-time moments of the Krzyzewski era against Duke’s neighbors.
Hindsight is always 20-20, but we honestly should have seen this all coming.
Big goals require little improvements every day, and that was reflected by No. 20 Duke's play at the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate held in Hilton Head, S.C. Over the three-day event at the par-71 Long Cove Club, Duke was able to improve on its score each round, moving up to 10th place by the end of the event.
The Chronicle has a special print edition on specific distribution racks today to commemorate Coach K’s final home game. This keepsake issue is free to anyone on campus (quantities are limited; only one per person please). If you need a paid copy mailed to you, you can fill out the form here.
GREENSBORO, N.C.—Nearly two months ago, the Blue Devils headed down to Coral Gables, Fla., where a strong fourth quarter from Miela Goodchild staved off a Hurricane upset. Duke sat 38th in the NET rankings at the time, while Miami was outside the top-55.
After every Duke men's basketball game, the Blue Zone brings one player, one word and one stat. With Duke's blowout of Pittsburgh in the rearview, here's our breakdown:
GREENSBORO, N.C.—The Duke women’s basketball Instagram account posted a video Tuesday where Shayeann Day-Wilson confidently said “0-0. New season.”
With Duke set to close out the regular season Saturday at home against rival North Carolina, the Blue Zone previews a player from both sides who can be a difference-maker for his team:
The name on the sign in front of Krzyzewskiville will be the same next year, but the man himself won’t be inside Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Duke Student Government senators reviewed election procedures and conducted a reading of its statutes and by-laws at their weekly Wednesday meeting.
Vice President Kamala Harris stopped by Durham to speak to a crowd at Durham Technical Community College on Wednesday. During her 12-minute address, Harris pledged solidarity to Ukraine and spoke on the Biden-Harris administration’s plans to create higher paying jobs for Americans.
Duke University Dance Council is thrilled to formally endorse Drew Flanagan for Duke Student Government president.
duARTS is thrilled to announce its endorsement of Drew Flanagan for Duke Student Government president.
On the surface, No. 7 Duke’s 19-9 win against East Carolina might appear like yet another inconsequential nonconference blowout, the sixth straight in what has been a dominant start to the season for the Blue Devils.
Duke continued its momentum from its dominant performance against Louisville.
GREENSBORO, N.C.—The atmosphere at Greensboro Coliseum was anything but dull as the Blue Devils and Panthers battled in a tightly-contested battle in the first round of the ACC tournament.
While we were impressed with a recent letter writer’s attempt to turn accusations against Smithfield’s N.C. hog farms into evidence, the facts don’t support her unfounded charges. In citing a study of the health of southeastern North Carolinians who live near hog farms, for example, she failed to mention it was funded by an avowed opponent of the state’s pork industry. More importantly, the study’s authors admit they didn’t establish a causal link between health and living near farms. (Read the Conclusion on the eighth page.) In fact, they didn’t look at the health data for communities directly next to hog farms, only data from Zip codes in the region.
PITTSBURGH—Although relations between Duke and Pittsburgh are very friendly, indicated clearly by the Panthers honoring Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski before the game and the fact that Pittsburgh head coach Jeff Capel was a player and coach for Krzyzewski, the Blue Devils came out swinging Tuesday night.
Duke Engineering Student Government is excited to endorse Lana Gesinsky for Duke Student Government president. Both candidates have expertise in DSG and a love for Duke, with a passion for serving our student body. After meeting with both candidates and discussing issues pertaining to the Pratt student body, the ESG executive board agrees that Lana’s vision for enhancing the engineering community and reforming student life makes her the ideal candidate for DSG president.
In accordance with the Community Editorial Board’s effort to reflect the interests of the Duke student body, we formally endorse Lana Gesinsky for DSG president. After meeting with Drew and Lana on Monday, we were thoroughly impressed with both candidates’ thoughtful campaigns and genuine desire to improve Duke student life. That said, Lana’s three-year tenure in the DSG Senate displays an impressive track record in campus life projects such as Blue Devil Buddies and creating more outdoor seating for dining; we value this experience as our future DSG leader.