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This year marked the first of the new orientation experience for all first-year students. A part of the QuadEx living/learning initiative that the Class of 2026 and beyond will take part in, Experiential Orientation provided a redesigned O-week for students.
North Carolinian advocacy group leaders gathered in a virtual town hall to discuss the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case Moore v. Harper, a North Carolina gerrymandering case, on Thursday evening.
Non-Greek selective living groups held their joint open house on Sunday as a non-recruitment event in accordance with Duke’s new policies—but some SLG leaders are still confused on what next steps look like for their organizations, while others plan to work with Duke to remain recognized.
With the NFL season fast approaching and 53-man rosters confirmed, former Blue Devils are gearing up for their Week One games. The Blue Zone takes a look at their prospects this year:
In addition to placing DKU students on East Campus and creating new beds in existing dorms, Duke Housing and Residence Life will address the current housing shortage by implementing the new TentEx program, according to a statement released today by the HRL office.
Anyone who has spent the day at the beach knows the ebb and flow of the tide. It’s high in the morning, low by night when it drains from the shore, and will rise again by the next morning.
Sportswrap is your one-stop shop for everything Duke athletics, where we’ll recap how each of Duke’s sports currently in competition performed over the last week and give a brief look ahead. With the fall season in full swing, here’s our recap for the week of Aug. 29-Sept. 4.
They say the devil is in the details. But in Durham, the Blue Devils are in the details—and numbers.
The Blue Devils started their season with a 30-0 shutout win against Temple, and the Blue Zone is here to break down their performance with three key takeaways and stats, plus a look ahead:
Friday night was a night of firsts across the board. The first game, the first win and so much more.
If there exists such a thing as a perfect start, the Blue Devils likely achieved it Friday.
Duke came out strong in its first game under new head coach Mike Elko, leaping out to a 10-0 lead after the first quarter and striking a few more times in the second frame. With 30 minutes to play at Wallace Wade Stadium, the Blue Devils are in control against the Owls with a 24-0 lead.
There is an unsung virtue that is on life support in Duke Hospital, and we have to decide whether to pull the plug on it or not. We may think its best days are over and it’s no longer needed in the land of Blue Devils; it’s a virtue that I’m sure every Duke student did not emphasize to get accepted into Duke. And do you know what that virtue is? Humility.
As Duke opens its 2022 season with an at-home matchup against the Temple Owls, the Blue Zone brings you our can't-miss prop bets for the game:
After Tuesday’s announcement that non-Greek selective living groups could no longer host recruitment events this year, SLGs will still be allowed to hold their open house slated for Sunday as a non-recruitment event, according to a Friday email sent to SLG leaders obtained by The Chronicle.
Before every game this season, our football beat writers predict whether the Blue Devils will pick up a win in their weekly matchup and keep track of their records throughout the year. In Duke and new head coach Mike Elko's season debut, the Blue Devils host Temple at Wallace Wade Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Friday, with the home side as a nine-point favorite.
In 2019, the Blue Devils had a very good defense and good shot-creation, but poor finishing. In 2020, the Blue Devils had an excellent defense, but struggled with both shot-creation and finishing. In 2021, the Blue Devils had an excellent defense, excellent shot-creation and good finishing.
It was a tough year for the Blue Devils in 2021. After a 16th-place showing at the 2020 NCAA Championships for the men’s team and a fourth-place finish for the recently-departed Michaela Reinhart at the ACC Championships the same year, Duke looked to be on the up. The addition of Nick Dahl last season promised to fortify the Blue Devils’ top seven on the men’s side and the growth of then-sophomore Charlotte Tomkinson gave the women’s team an extra asset in its leading pack. Head coach Angela Reckart was entering her first season at the helm after leaving her post at Penn State as well. Long story short, there was some turnover for Duke, but the energy and expectations were high.
As nationwide inflation soars, students are feeling the impact on Duke Dining.
With another year comes another set of college rankings.