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It dawned on me recently that very soon, my Duke ID will not grant me access into The Chronicle office anymore. Instead of the scanner light flashing green, it will flicker to red, a gentle reminder that my time at The Chronicle, and in college, is over.
After years of pioneering work in aerospace engineering, Alec Gallimore, the current Robert J. Vlasic dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan, will begin his new role as Duke’s next provost and chief academic officer on July 1.
With Duke in the offseason, some former Blue Devils are kicking off their 2023 campaigns in the MLS. The Blue Zone takes a look at some alumni who have started the season off strong:
The world is falling apart.
Jonathan Lee is a Trinity Senior studying mathematics and computer science from New Mexico. He was randomly selected by Mr. Beast from Duke University to go on an impromptu trip to Paris in a TikTok that has since blown up.
As QuadEx approaches the end of its inaugural year, the new residential system has been met with mixed reviews from both first-years and upperclassmen. While some believe QuadEx is a step in the right direction, others are frustrated at being caught in the transition.
On senior weekend, the Blue Devils showed just how mature their game is.
There is no place like home. In a preview of the ACC championships in early May, which the Blue Devils will co-host with North Carolina, No. 14 Duke rowing rode an extremely strong first day to claim the Lake Wheeler Invitational’s Pocock Cup for the third time in four years.
The food at Indian restaurants in America revolves around 2 subregions of Indian cuisine. I’ve always been confused about where the familiarly aromatic flavors of my north Indian mother’s cooking went — perhaps they were lost in translation. I could never find the countless rice dishes I used to eat at my south Indian friends’ houses — the nutty notes of the coconut, the subtle sourness of the curd rice, the trifecta of sweet, sour and spicy in puliyogare – at most, the kind of Indian culinary representation we get in America is reduced to a few south Indian and Mughlai dishes.
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 week of April 17-23.
With just under four minutes to play, senior attacker Caroline DeBellis brought the ball up behind the goal, moving to her right around the crease. Cutting directly toward her from the top of the eight-meter arc was sophomore attacker Carly Bernstein. DeBellis dumped it off and Bernstein followed through, breaking the 11-11 tie and putting Duke up — for good.
CARY, N.C.—All streaks must come to an end, and Sunday was that day for Duke.
With its latest act, Duke did everything it could to raise the anxiety levels but finished off each of its outings with an emphatic mic drop.
With Duke in the offseason, some former Blue Devils have been competing in the NWSL. The Blue Zone takes a look at some alumni who have started their 2023 campaigns off strong:
When it’s spring at Duke and the weekend rolls around, it’s clear what’s going on: It must be time for a track meet.
In my junior fall semester, I joined The Chronicle on the recommendation of a friend. I don’t aspire to go into journalism and never thought my writing was special. Still, I’m opinionated when it comes to music, cartoons, and video games, so I attended my first Recess meeting on a whim. The end result was a retrospective article reviewing Black Eyed Peas’s album “The E.N.D.'' I then wrote more music reviews and eventually became a music beat writer for the Recess section. I’ve, without a doubt, enjoyed my time writing for the Duke Chronicle. Despite this, after I graduate, I’ll probably never write another music review again.
When I was 9, the Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup.
So there I was, sitting in my dorm room in the basement of Craven, asking myself how in the world was I going to stay sane as a sophomore at Zoom (née Duke) University in the fall of 2020. I was still on what seemed like a hundred listservs from the activities fair held a lifetime ago. Foolishly, I thought that an additional “extracurricular” would hold back the inevitable loneliness and isolation that was in store for us all.
They say the first thing you learn at Duke is just how stupid you are.
During lockdown, I played a lot of Minecraft.