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Last year, Duke rolled into Chapel Hill and handed North Carolina its first Tobacco Road rivalry loss since 2015. After the game, Blue Devil captain Caitlin Cosme declared, “There's a new era, and it's a Duke era. And I never want to go back.”
The Durham City Council voted unanimously last month to suspend ties with one of Durham’s sister cities, Kostroma, Russia.
Over her three decades in the field of education, Dr. Yakut Gazi’s work has carried her across the globe, in places ranging from Turkey to Texas. Her next home? Durham, North Carolina.
The rivalry is back.
When I turned twenty, I cried twice, first because I was scared of the size of the number, and second, because my brother’s friend died of an overdose that night. Every time another year is added on to my age, I feel more disconnected from myself. I still don’t understand how I could already be fourteen, let alone seventeen, let alone twenty.
As the semester kicks off and classes get underway, it’s important to know where to look for help and self-care on campus. The Chronicle has compiled a list of available resources on Duke’s campus.
Fresh off a convincing home win against Temple, Duke next travels to Northwestern for head coach Mike Elko’s first away game. As Saturday’s contest edges near, the Blue Zone takes a look at the Wildcats:
To say the second year of medical school is an adjustment from the first is an understatement. From books to wards, from flexible days to regimented routine, the transformation is stark.
There was a new energy Friday night inside Wallace Wade Stadium, especially in the northeast corner of the stands. Duke's student-engagement efforts paid off in a big way, as the student section made its presence felt in a way not seen in years.
Dear Lonely Friend,
With an abundance of acronyms from DSG to DSGJ to SOFC, it can be confusing to understand all that the University’s student government and its branches do. This guide breaks it all down for you.
President Joseph Biden announced last month that the federal government would cancel up to $20,000 in federal student loan debt for those who qualify. But while the forgiven debt is exempt from federal tax, North Carolina’s Department of Revenue has clarified that the forgiven debt is still “considered taxable income” by the state.
More than 100 students, staff and supporters gathered in front of the Duke Chapel Monday as the Duke Graduate Student Union called for increased stipends.
Before the Blue Devils opened their season Friday to a warm and sunny atmosphere and a crowd of more than 20,000 fans at Wallace Wade Stadium, there were no definitive expectations for what to look for in the team. Duke underwent considerable changes after a dry spell in its past few seasons. It won no conference games in 2021 and just one in 2020. Across the two seasons, the Blue Devils tallied just five wins. They were simply struggling to stay afloat as a challenger to any of the opponents they faced.
“Let’s get lunch.” It’s a classic Duke student saying, along with “how are you?” And “good, how are you?” And while sometimes “lunch” is replaced by “dinner,” it’s seldom breakfast. Why? Because, especially after freshman year, almost no one eats breakfast at WU, if at all. Why? Because it’s so goddamn expensive—besides, who even eats breakfast, anyway? And when you start to think about scheduling breakfast dates, waking up earlier, balancing your virtual food point budget, and whether Mobile Order will even be working, it’s easier to just skip it than to play the breakfast game.
Recently I wrote a piece on the changes made to the Bryan Center, explaining how they would hurt various centers and their connections to students on campus. Well, students have now become acclimated to campus and returned to the various spaces in the Bryan Center they call home. Many people of color on campus recognized and explained that these changes would ultimately cause disruption amongst the spaces meant for marginalized groups. Despite this, upper level Duke administration, who seldom ever visit these spaces, decided to disrupt the lives of students and staff anyway. Now, I have to see a space that I was able to call home stripped away from the students who will come after me.
McCabe Millon, the No. 1 overall recruit in the Class of 2023, announced that he has decommitted from Duke via social media Monday. The five-star attackman will instead join Virginia.
The Blue Devils continue to build their future as yet another top-25 recruit is on board for 2023.
With the weather a breezy 74 degrees Fahrenheit and the sun still shining as kickoff commenced Sunday evening, the Blue Devils marched into TCU's Garvey-Rosenthal Stadium ready to set their momentous season back on an upward trend. With a TCU-record 3,648 fans in attendance and plenty more Horned Frog faithful clad in purple standing around the gates of the field, the pressure was on.