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'All about the people on the team': Provost Sally Kornbluth reflects on nearly three decades at Duke, transition to MIT presidency

(12/22/22 10:09pm)

It was a mild afternoon in early December, and Provost Sally Kornbluth was dressed in many shades of her favorite color: light blue scarf, dark blue sweater and her signature turquoise-rimmed glasses.

Though NC governor maintains veto power, activists and physicians remain wary of future of abortion access

(12/22/22 5:20pm)

Ahead of the midterm elections, student groups and physicians were preparing for the possibility of an abortion ban in North Carolina. But after Republicans fell just one House seat short of a supermajority, Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper held onto his veto power over bills that pass the General Assembly. After all the votes were counted, Gov. Cooper still holds veto power over Republican backed bills from the legislative branch.

Letter: John Burness' legacy of education

(12/22/22 6:16pm)

It’s rare for a journalist to admire a public-relations person. You always suspect they’re just there to lie to you. A student journalist, racked by the insecurity of the novice, can (and maybe should) be especially wary. So it’s a testament to how special John Burness was that he won the respect of The Chronicle’s student staff year after year. As a former editor of the paper, a professional journalist, and a member of the Duke and Durham communities, I deeply mourn his death on Dec. 19.

Duke women's basketball hands Virginia first loss in successful ACC opener

(12/22/22 3:38am)

After a 10-day break from gameplay, Duke continued its winning ways. In their first ACC contest Wednesday, the Blue Devils handed Virginia its first loss of the season 70-56. Vanessa de Jesus led all scorers with 15 points. Celeste Taylor scored 13 points with eight rebounds, and Kennedy Brown recorded 12 points with a season-high four assists.