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Blast from the past: Olympic champion and former Duke swimmer Nancy Hogshead-Makar is working to make sports safer

(05/24/24 2:03pm)

In honor of Duke’s Centennial, The Chronicle’s new Blast from the Past series highlights pivotal figures and events in Duke sports history. Next up, we take a look at the story and impact of former Blue Devil swimmer Nancy Hogshead-Makar: 



Chron15: Duke's icons, leaders and pioneers in 2023 and 2024

(05/23/24 3:46am)

Submitted by readers and divided among three categories — icons, leaders and pioneers — our selections are all individuals or groups defining what it means to be a member of the Duke community in 2023 and 2024. Click on any of the headers below to read more about the winners in each category. To read more about Chron15, click here.



Morris, Stone lead No. 6-seed Duke baseball to ACC tournament win against Virginia Tech

(05/22/24 3:07pm)

Last time Duke took the field in Charlotte for the ACC tournament, it did the improbable, winning four games in five days to cap off a 12-game win streak and secure the program’s first ACC title in 60 seasons. Although on a much smaller scale, the Blue Devils once again overcame the odds at Truist Field, this time bouncing back from a five-run deficit to take its first game of the 2024 conference tournament.







After 50 years of service, longtime Local 77 union leader Charles Gooch considers stepping down due to poor management

(05/21/24 5:22am)

In honor of Duke’s Centennial, The Chronicle is highlighting pivotal figures and events throughout the University’s history. To start off, we take a look at Charles Gooch, Local 77 union leader and Marketplace employee:




Column: Duke baseball is poised for a deep postseason run, now more than ever

(05/20/24 5:21pm)

On the surface, this iteration of Duke baseball looks eerily similar to last year’s. After all, the two teams finished with nearly identical conference records and rankings, and a grueling gauntlet of ACC opponents caused both to finish the regular season on a sour note.