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Five observations from Duke men's basketball's first half against Wake Forest

(01/13/22 12:52am)

Duke made the short bus ride to Winston-Salem, N.C., for a 7 p.m. showdown against Wake Forest. The Blue Devils got out to an eight-point lead at one point, but the Demon Deacons came roaring back to whittle Duke’s lead down to 35-29 at the half. Here’s five of our observations from the opening 20 minutes.

Duke 2022: What’s in and what’s out

(01/12/22 5:00am)

It is no secret that Duke is often given a bad rep for being too rigorous, not caring about its students, and so on and so forth. But, if anyone knows how to harp on this school the best—it's Duke students. A trend that was circulating on Instagram as of late was people posting their “ins” and “outs” for the new year—ins being things that they hope to keep or things that they hope happen during 2022 and outs being things that they want to leave behind in 2021. So, in the spirit of the new year and the start of a new semester, I have curated a much-needed list of ins and outs specific to Duke for 2022. 

Two Duke students publish Space Medicine, the first student-created Coursera course to date

(01/12/22 1:28am)

After tremendous success as a house course and online learning experience, Space Medicine has become the first student-created, officially published Coursera course to date, with over one thousand learners already registered to blast off.

East Durham’s Rofhiwa Book Café offers access to Black literature, coffee, community

(01/11/22 12:40am)

Situated at the corner of Angier and South Driver Street in East Durham, customers at the Rofhiwa Book Café have a view of passersby from all four directions, though most seem too engrossed in their books to notice. Plants sit near the café’s sun-drenched windows, and the artwork on the walls complements the bookshelves lined with literature by Black authors.