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Take of the week: Duke men's basketball has what it takes to win ACC regular-season title

(12/11/22 6:26pm)

Duke has continued to show its growth over the month of December. Against beating a strong Iowa team in the Jimmy V Classic, Blue Devil fans got a glimpse of what this Duke team can become, a squad that is among the nation’s best on the defensive end with the talent to keep up with anyone on offense. After routing Maryland Eastern Shore with their first ever all-freshman starting five, the Blue Devils have a much-needed period of rest and practice. Then, Duke will turn its sights to ACC play, and by the end of the season, the Blue Devils will be the regular-season ACC champions.











Arts & Sciences Council discusses proposal to amend foreign language requirement for students with disabilities

(12/09/22 7:46am)

The Arts & Sciences Council heard a proposal to alter the foreign language requirement for students with disabilities that prevent them from taking language classes on Thursday. It also heard from the Trinity College Office of Technology Services regarding Duke’s shift to Canvas from Sakai.





Separate the art from the artist — a reflection of the ‘cancel culture’

(12/09/22 5:00am)

The question of whether it is possible to dissociate the artist from their work has been debated for a long time. Some people have become famous and have succeeded in their artistic work after positive reviews of their behavior. On the other hand, other well-known actors, musicians, artists or athletes have had their careers hampered by controversies.



The more you know: A look back on Michelle Cooper's career with Duke women's soccer

(12/09/22 6:27pm)

Sophomore Michelle Cooper announced that she would be forgoing her last two years of eligibility—the first Blue Devil soccer star to do so—to pursue her professional career. Yet, throughout her time at Duke, the Clarkston, Mich., native flourished and left her mark on the program—making her a top candidate for the USWNT.  


DSG Senate approves K-Ville tenting policies, hears updates from Mary Pat McMahon on QuadEx, campus space

(12/08/22 7:02am)

Duke Student Government senators heard from Mary Pat McMahon, vice provost and vice president of student affairs, about QuadEx, programs and spaces designed to build community on campus at their Wednesday meeting. They also approved updates to Krzyzewskiville tenting policies.