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TALLAHASSEE, Fla.— Sparks flew in the first half of No. 16 Duke’s matchup with No. 4 Florida State. In a back-and-forth affair at Doak Campbell Stadium that saw the Blue Devils give up a season-high 17 points in a half, they head into the locker room ahead 20-17:
Duke travels to Florida State looking to stay undefeated in ACC play. Before the primetime kickoff in Durham, the Blue Zone has some can’t-miss prop bets:
No. 16 Duke suits up in Tallahassee, Fla., Saturday evening to take on No. 4 Florida State in its biggest ACC clash of the season, with both teams looking to stay undefeated in the conference. The Chronicle's beat writers are here to offer their predictions before the 7:30 p.m. kickoff:
As the beginning of basketball season is near, the Blue Zone provides a detailed preview of each player on Duke men's basketball's 2023-24 roster. We've already looked at Stanley Borden, Spencer Hubbard, Neal Begovich, Jaden Schutt, Christian Reeves, Jaylen Blakes, TJ Power, Ryan Young, Sean Stewart and Caleb Foster. Next up is freshman guard Jared McCain:
It truly cannot be explained, but has to be experienced.
The six-o’clock shadow was encroaching on Koskinen Stadium, reflecting the dampened mood of the Blue Devil faithful. North Carolina had a 1-0 lead on Duke with the minutes winding down, as if the chance of a tie or victory was fading into oblivion. However, there was one player on the field determined to be the bright light in the impending darkness — sophomore phenom Kat Rader.
Cameron Indoor Stadium is back. And for once, not much has changed.
I begin with how Dr. Thema Bryant, president of the American Psychological Association, ended her public conversation with me at the 2023 William Preston Few Lecture earlier this month in Duke Chapel. Her final message to the audience that evening was: “You are worthy. You are worthy of care. You are worthy of respect. You are worthy of safety. You are worthy of joy.”
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—First he was week-to-week. Then day-to-day. Now, he's mere minutes from starting in Duke's biggest game in recent memory.
Another No. 1 for Blue Devil head coach Jon Scheyer.
Year two may just be starting, but Duke locked in head coach Jon Scheyer for six more.
Duke Student Government released a statement Friday addressing the violence in Israel and Palestine as part of the ongoing Israel-Hamas war.
The 16th-ranked Blue Devils will hit the road to Tallahassee, Fla., to take on the fourth-ranked Seminoles in a marquee matchup. The Blue Zone brings you three keys to a Duke victory:
Duke put away Virginia Tech 1-0 Thursday night to snap a record-tying six-game winless streak. The Blue Devils knight in shining armor? A freshman who came off the bench.
Still adjusting to being back in class after fall break and looking for an excuse to get just a little bit off campus? Take advantage of the fall weather and check out some of the outdoor public art Durham has to offer ... or browse the gallery above from the comfort of your dorm room.
Editor’s note: A student speaking at the event was concerned about facing harassment if quoted and attributed in this piece, in light of recent events regarding harassment and student safety at other college campuses.
It is July, a month once filled with those perfect, seemingly endless midsummer days. But today the sky is an orange haze. Within seconds of stepping outside, the smoky air burns your throat, and the fine particles clog your lungs. No, I am not pitching a post-apocalyptic Netflix show, although reading the headlines — wildfires in Hawaii, massive rains flooding the NYC transportation network leading to physical altercations for room on overcrowded subways, temperatures over 110 degrees Fahrenheit in Arizona — makes it sound like we are living in one. I am describing scenes from daily life in the Northeast this summer as smoke from the Canadian wildfires made the outside air unbreathable. This is our new reality, and it only gets worse from here. The good news is that we all have the power to change the script, so let’s pitch a new ending. I am claiming the right to clean air. I am claiming the right to government policy addressing climate change. I am claiming the right to a future, and you should too.
With the college basketball season right around the corner, it's time for the Blue Zone to take a look at the 2023-24 Duke women's basketball roster. We previously looked at Emma Koabel, Oluchi Okananwa, Delaney Thomas, Jordan Wood, Camilla Emsbo, Kennedy Brown, Jadyn Donovan, Ashlon Jackson and Taina Mair. Next up is junior guard Reigan Richardson:
Duke is poised to enter the 2023-24 swim and dive season as an aquatic powerhouse. After finishing in 21st place at the 2023 NCAA Championships last year, the women’s team opens this season ranked No. 15. While the men’s program lacks a similar rank — having graduated several of its top point contributors last year — it boasts a talented younger class that will be looking to make a splash this winter.
In light of the Israel-Gaza war, I wanted to digress from my typical discussion of Duke-specific social issues to focus on how we can take care of ourselves in light of the constant barrage of headlines keeping our minds on edge.