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For the first time in 740 days, Duke took the field with fans lining the stadium. And while the weekend may not have had a storybook opening, the Blue Devils closed the weekend on a high note.
Sorry kids -- that fine dining you have come to expect from WU is on its way OUT. Who cares if Duke dining is ranked number one? Everything is scrapped. Vegetarian? Better buck up! Vegan? Yeah, you are screwed. Carnivores, you aren’t immune either. Eat up now because next year Duke’s premier, highly touted dining program is being completely revamped. But fear not. We are sure the new one-entree-only approach is far superior to the current array of global, mouthwatering offerings that tempt palettes and lure kids into being well fed and social. We are very sorry we cannot share why we are making these changes - you just have to trust us that this is the right decision for all of you. Bon appetite you filthy animals! You may all eat cake, but only one kind, vanilla.
After each Duke men's basketball game this season, check back here for the Player of the Game and more. Today, the Blue Zone breaks down the Blue Devils’ big 88-70 win to knot up the regular season series against Florida State.
In a department-wide meeting Friday, Trinity sophomore Jonathan Levitan was elected to serve as sports editor of The Chronicle’s 118th volume.
Loaded with talent and ranked ninth in the nation, the Blue Devils are no stranger to exceptional individual performances.
2021 was another ho-hum year for head coach Dan Brooks and company, as Gina Kim was the ACC individual medalist, Duke won the ACC team title and the program reached the NCAA semifinals out in Arizona. But heading into this campaign, things are different for the Blue Devils. Longtime stalwarts Kim and Jaravee Boonchant have turned pro, leaving juniors Erica Shepherd and Megan Furtney as the most experienced members of the program. Losing Kim and Boonchant—the former of whom announced her decision to move on to the LPGA just last month—will surely bring about challenges in the early portion of the season. But the early returns this semester have still been promising, despite some iffy weather in January.
Are you ready? Are you ready to watch a Duke game in Cameron Indoor Stadium without Mike Krzyzewski prowling the sidelines?
Coming off a thrilling 76-74 win against Wake Forest, Duke engaged in a back-and-forth first 20 minutes against Florida State Saturday. The Seminoles got off to a hot start from the field, but Duke got it going at the end of the half to take a 52-41 lead into the break. Here are five observations from the action so far.
With former Duke basketball standouts in the NBA continuing to impress, the Blue Zone keeps you up to date heading into the All-Star break:
The rowdy fans and the notorious signs early in the morning are coming back to Cameron Indoor Stadium.
March is almost upon us, and so is March Madness. And while there remains plenty of basketball to be played between Saturday’s bracket preview and Selection Sunday, fans received a sneak peek of where the Blue Devils might land in the field of 64.
Fresh off a nerve-racking last-second win against Wake Forest, the Blue Devils welcome Florida State into town for a rematch as Duke aims to rebound from a poor showing in its penultimate home game of the season. The Blue Zone has the three keys to the game for the Blue Devils:
Before Duke hosts Florida State Saturday, the Blue Zone brings you back a few weeks to the first time the two teams played and previews the upcoming rematch:
Activist Rushan Abbas spoke to the Duke community about the genocide of Uyghur Muslims in China and the subsequent international silence on Tuesday.
Duke returns this Saturday at Cameron Indoor Stadium to host Florida State for the second time following its heartbreaking overtime loss to the Seminoles in January. Here are five things to know before this weekend’s crucial ACC clash.
The Academic Council heard updates from Strategy Team 2030 working groups during their February meeting. Provost Sally Kornbluth presented the outcomes of two of the working groups’ discussions to the Council.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.—The optimism was unbridled after Duke upset No. 9 Iowa more than three months ago. Sure, the Hawkeyes were coming off of a COVID pause, but their stars had still combined for 43 points and didn’t look too out-of-place. The Cameron Crazies were as fervent as they’d been in two years.
From performing the Charlie Brown theme song at a nursing home to helping middle schoolers make DNA structures out of clay, Duke is home to many different student service groups in a variety of categories.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.—Duke needed a win today. It badly needed a win.
Duke knocked off Wake Forest Tuesday, but the last few days have sure been a whirlwind for the program.