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Stanley Cup hype: Have we normalized commodity fetishism?

(02/18/24 2:00pm)

On TikTok, the hashtag “#StanleyCup” has 7.3 billion views. Simultaneously, on the news, people poured into Target for a limited version of the Stanley Cup, even though they’ve likely hoarded four or five Stanley Cups already. What is so unique about the Stanley Cup? While some claim it is a source of emotional support, others see it as a millennial aesthetic. By routinely releasing limited versions with different colors, Stanley Cups possess a quality that is desirable among Gen Z girls. 

5 observations from No. 9 Duke men's basketball's first half against Florida State

(02/17/24 7:55pm)

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—On the back of a three-game winning run at home, No. 9 Duke made the trip down to Tallahassee Saturday afternoon looking for its first away win since a loss at North Carolina. Heading into the halftime locker room, the Blue Devils lead Florida State 44-34:

Duke men's basketball sophomore guard Tyrese Proctor out against Florida State with a concussion

(02/17/24 6:35pm)

Sophomore point guard Tyrese Proctor did not travel with the Duke men’s basketball team to Tallahassee, Fla., for its Saturday game against Florida State due to a concussion. Proctor suffered a collision to his head in the team’s Monday game against Wake Forest, and played sparingly in the second half of that game.

I can't get no satisfaction at the Grammys

(02/19/24 3:21am)

It’s rare for people to focus on the positive and leave it at that — the 66th Annual Grammy Awards were no exception. With sublime performances from Miley Cyrus and Billie Eilish, a dominating sweep by women in every major award category and powerful comebacks from veteran artists Billy Joel and Joni Mitchell, some people have claimed that this ceremony eclipses any in recent memory. 

Academic Council hears from administrators on settling financial aid lawsuit, investigation into data fraud allegations

(02/16/24 6:37am)

Academic Council heard from Duke administration about the University’s decision to settle a financial aid antitrust lawsuit and to not confirm or fact-check the results of an investigation into allegations of data fraud against Professor of Business Administration Dan Ariely at its Thursday meeting.