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A love letter to East Campus

(05/30/24 11:33pm)

Duke’s East Campus is polarizing for students. On one hand, the second campus provides a safe haven for anxious first-years learning the quirks of Duke. On the other hand, critics bemoan East’s distance from West Campus, the constant need to use the C1 and Marketplace’s less-than-luxurious cuisine. Personally, I am firmly in the positive camp, an East Campus fan. As the remaining days of my freshmen year dwindled, I often found myself commiserating with my friends about how much we would miss living on East Campus next semester. Inspired by my love for East Campus, and in order to express my gratitude for it, I want to give a tribute to East Campus while also providing a bit of guidance for incoming first-years on how to make the most of their experience on East.







Sportswrap: Softball advances to first Women's College World Series, baseball wins ACC tournament

(05/28/24 7:27pm)

Sportswrap is your one-stop shop for everything Duke athletics, where we’ll recap how each of Duke’s sports currently in competition performed over the last week and give a brief look ahead. Here’s our recap for the end of May and Memorial Day weekend:


Holding Duke accountable: A call for divestment from Israeli apartheid 76 years into the ongoing Nakba

(05/28/24 12:00pm)

May 15, 2024, marked the 76th anniversary of the 1948 Nakba and the Palestinian people's ongoing catastrophe amid occupation, apartheid and genocide. Between 1947 and 1949, 750,000 Palestinians were forcibly expelled from their homes and lands in a displacement known as the Nakba, or "catastrophe" in Arabic. Every year on May 15, Palestinians commemorate Nakba Day around the world in remembrance of the ethnic cleansing of Palestine and the near-total destruction of Palestinian society.



DukeEngage participants express concerns over pre-departure program, preparation for location-specific trips

(05/27/24 5:05am)

DukeEngage, a summer civic engagement program that offers students an immersion opportunity in cities around the U.S. and 10 countries around the world, is a cornerstone of the University’s study abroad offerings. 







Duke track and field earns 8 bids to NCAA Outdoor Championships after difficult East Regional

(05/26/24 8:16pm)

Wednesday through Saturday, Duke track and field raced through the NCAA East Regional in Lexington, Ky., with 26 women and 13 men competing for coveted spots at the National Championships in June. Where four qualifiers for the men — all from the field — marks their highest in recent years, the women’s four represents a steep decline from last year’s ten.