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Aside from his lyrical genius and ability to craft beautiful beats, rapper Kanye West has always been notorious for his unfiltered and often controversial speech. Most times, even I, admittedly, have been able to laugh at many of his comments, namely those surrounding Kim Kardashian’s now-ex boyfriend Pete Davidson, or “Skete.” This time, however, following his recent outburst of antisemitic remarks on social media and cable television, there is no doubt that Ye has crossed the line.
The Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture announced Stacia Solomon as its interim director in a Tuesday email sent from Dawna Jones, former MLWC director and assistant vice president for identity centers and community development, to MLWC constituents.
The Blue Devils are set to host USC Upstate Friday at 6:30 p.m. for their second match of the season. Ahead of the contest, the Blue Zone provides you with our cant-miss prop bets:
Monday morning was a record-breaking occasion in Cameron Indoor Stadium, as Duke surpassed its single-game foul record in its season-opening win against North Carolina A&T. But in the first half Thursday evening against Charleston Southern, Duke almost found a much better meaning of record-breaking.
Though this year’s Blue Devils may have failed to match last year’s accomplishment of securing a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament, the selection committee has smiled upon Duke once again.
After notching their sixth win against Boston College on the road, the Blue Devils return to Wallace Wade Stadium ready to continue their winning slate—taking on Virginia Tech this time. Before the Saturday afternoon matchup, the Blue Zone takes a look at a player from each sideline that may lead their squad to victory:
Duke is coming off of a 38-31 victory against Boston College, and is looking to win three straight ACC games for the first time since 2015. Here are five things to know as Duke takes on Virginia Tech this Saturday.
Duke is rolling out new guidelines for on-campus social events involving alcohol, a part of QuadEx’s new initiative called Fun @ Duke. Here’s how the University’s new rules stack up against those of peer institutions.
Robert Bliwise, editor emeritus of Duke Magazine, led a faculty panel discussion Monday for his recently published book “The Pivot: One Pandemic, One University,” which chronicles Duke’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic from the perspective of students, faculty, staff and administrators.
Duke is rolling out new policies aimed at increasing on-campus social gatherings, including funding alcohol for student group events. Students can also reserve campus and residential spaces for social events, including those with alcohol.
After a ruthless campaign season, Election Day has come and gone. Some races, including key North Carolina elections, have already been called, while others are still too close to call.
Duke Student Government senators heard a presentation on a new initiative in collaboration with the Student Organization Finance Committee and Student Affairs at their Wednesday meeting.
Duke men's basketball returns to Cameron Indoor Stadium Friday night to take on USC Upstate. The Blue Zone brings you three keys for the Blue Devils to move to 2-0:
Several Duke alumni and former professors and employees were on the ballot this midterm election. They’ve seen a mixed bag of results as elections come to a close across the nation.
Following a 38-31 win against Boston College, the Blue Devils are now above .500 in conference and three games above .500 overall. This largely unexpected success in head coach Mike Elko’s first season has led the Blue Devils to clinch bowl eligibility for the first time since 2018. Now, the Blue Devils will look to “get greedy in November,” and this mission gets underway with a Saturday matchup at home against Virginia Tech. The Hokies are coming off of a 28-27 loss to Georgia Tech at home. Let’s examine what the Hokies bring to the table.
It has been a historic season for the Blue Devils, and four of their stars just made history of their own.
Duke returns home Saturday to take on Virginia Tech. The Blue Zone is here to break down film from the Hokies prior to the 12 p.m. matchup:
Republicans Richard Dietz and Trey Allen were elected to the two vacant NC Supreme Court seats against Democrats Lucy Inman and Sam J. Ervin IV, according to unofficial Election Day results.
The NBA season is in full swing, and former Blue Devils have been leading their professional teams. The Blue Zone takes a look at their performances over the last week:
Are you in the mood for an exciting visual experience that blends mediums and themes? If so, then you will love “She Kills Monsters,” the most recent mainstage production from the Department of Theater Studies, coming to Rubenstein Arts Center this Thursday at 8:00 p.m.