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Midseason check-in: Breaking down No. 19 Duke football's season on the bye week

(10/07/23 5:20pm)

After a grueling loss to Notre Dame, the Blue Devils have time to rest during their bye this weekend. With almost the entirety of Duke's conference slate staring it down, The Chronicle's beat writers answer the most pressing questions about the season so far and the path forward.

Minding the margins

(10/09/23 4:00am)

When one beholds a neogothic architecture of a cathedral like Duke University Chapel, it is easy to notice the beautiful stained-glass windows, the high vaulted ceilings, the worn wooden pews, and even the elevated pulpit covered by a wooden canopy. But tucked in crevices and hidden along edges are less obvious sights — the green devil in one of the stained-glass windows, two wooden mice perched overhead, the video cameras used for livestreams and even water stains on the walls from past leaks in the windows. These items exist along the iconic building’s margins, and yet they matter because they contribute to its character and assist in its functioning.

Good news! Your MacBook Pro is saving the world

(10/06/23 5:57am)

Chances are, if you're reading these words on The Chronicle’s website, then you’re probably using an Apple device to do so. No need for statistics to back up that observation; a quick look around our campus tells the story. Apple loves college students so much that they offer an education pricing discount that drops a $2,499 laptop to just $2,299! Oh wow — a whole $200 discount! I'm not even going to apologize for being snarky about it: Most student discounts are at least in the double-digit range. In case that slam-dunk education-pricing deal isn’t enough to get you in those shiny glass doors of an Apple store, what if you could now feel good about buying a new laptop? No, not through your wallet, silly, but your conscience!

Rader's late penalty not enough to save No. 22 Duke women's soccer from road defeat at Pittsburgh

(10/06/23 8:39am)

An 11th-hour rally spurred by a penalty kick goal wasn’t enough to push No. 22 Duke past Pittsburgh’s well-oiled offense Thursday night. Two goals within five minutes of the second-half restart delivered the Panthers their first win against the Blue Devils in program history.