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Vincent Price breaks silence, grovels for forgiveness at top donor dinner: “We should’ve taken more”

(01/17/22 5:29am)

**Disclaimer: Duke was recently implicated in an anti-trust lawsuit, along with 14 top U.S. Universities and Notre Dame. For more info on the bust that you can trust, read The Chronicle’s coverage of the story. Because of the serious nature of these allegations, all names and pronouns have been neutered and spayed and theyed to preserve anonymity. In order to stay on daddy Duke’s good side, the dozens of freelance editors they had to hire to rein me in have left myriad notes throughout the article to prevent wrongthink. (Editor’s Note: Do NOT Google “How to Join a Union”).**





Duke’s on-campus gyms return to regular hours of operation as in-person classes begin

(01/17/22 3:06am)

With Duke’s constantly changing COVID-19 policies, the operating hours for on-campus gyms have been in flux. Fortunately for students who have had trouble squeezing their workout into limited hours, Duke has announced that Brodie and Wilson Gyms will soon return to normal hours.





Could Duke men's basketball's Paolo Banchero or Wendell Moore Jr. win the Wooden Award?

(01/16/22 9:29pm)

At the beginning of January, the Los Angeles Athletic Club released the annual midseason watch list for the John R. Wooden Award for college basketball’s most outstanding player. With Duke men's basketball tied for the second-most players on the list, the Blue Zone takes a look at the two star Blue Devils to make it and their chances of taking home the award at season's end:





Duke fencing season preview

(01/16/22 11:30am)

Nearly eight months have passed since Duke fans last saw the Blue Devils compete, but not much has changed with this squad, and they’re coming back even better. Last year’s Blue Devils did not disappoint on the strip, taking the ACC Championship by storm and collecting the titles in both the men’s and women’s divisions while garnering 11 individual medals at the tournament—a program record. One month later, the group headed to State College, Pa., prepared for the final bouts needed to take the national title. Though they didn’t finish with the victory, the group fared well. In the women’s division, Alexandra Gorman grasped sixth and Anneke Zegers took 10th in saber; Christina Ferrari finished fifth and Louise Tang clutched 10th in foil; and Sarah Lurye seized 12th in epée. In the men’s division, Stephen Kim clinched fifth and Ping Ping Kitsiriboon took 18th in saber; Finn Hossfeld tied for third and Brycen Rushing finished 12th in foil; and Jason Post took sixth in epée.