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Film room: Analyzing Duke men's basketball guard Tyrese Proctor

(09/02/22 1:52pm)

A new era of Duke men's basketball is on the horizon, and with it comes an almost entirely new roster. In this series, the Blue Zone analyzes film on each of the Blue Devils' new signees and transfers for the 2022-23 season. We previously looked at Kale Catchings, Ryan Young, Jaden Schutt, Mark Mitchell, Dariq Whitehead, Dereck Lively II, Christian Reeves and Kyle Filipowski. Next, let’s take a look at Tyrese Proctor:





DSG unveils new first-year election plans, confirms university and Senate committee members in first meeting

(09/01/22 3:09am)

On Wednesday, Duke Student Government leaders gave introductory speeches and unveiled plans for first-year election reforms at the first Senate meeting of the year. Senators also nominated and confirmed members to the University’s presidential, provost and senate committees.




Scheyer, Lawson discuss own values, ethics, give advice to students

(09/01/22 1:55am)

Tuesday, Duke men’s basketball head coach Jon Scheyer and women’s basketball head coach Kara Lawson gave advice to students about being steadfast in their values in Page Auditorium. The event was hosted by the Delta Gamma Foundation, as part of the Delta Gamma Lectureship in Values and Ethics, and Duke’s New Student and Family Programs. 













SLG response to Duke admin

(08/31/22 2:23am)

On August 30th, leaders of the SLG community learned that our recruiting and interest processes would be prohibited for the year. Some SLGs did not even receive this news from administration directly, but through screenshots from others. We are therefore extremely disappointed by the lack of transparency and communication from administration regarding our processes. This decision came long after repeated approval and encouragement from HRL to plan a safe and fun recruitment this fall. SOFC and DSG also have made it clear that they were not informed of the status of recruitment and are now scrambling to help SLGs find solutions to allow our organizations to continue to exist. We are saddened to have to cancel our upcoming open house, scheduled for Sunday, especially since we had already gained approval for the event through Duke’s Event Services. We want to emphasize that this information should have been communicated to us months ago. Instead, we were caught completely by surprise, having already put time and care into planning our recruitment processes and aligning them with administration rules.