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Students demanded action from administrators Friday regarding the incident involving Executive Vice President Tallman Trask and contract employee Shelvia Underwood.
Friday's protest featured approximately 50 students and workers.
Students have initiated an Allen Building sit-in until their demands are met.
Senior goalkeeper Kelsey Duryea and the Blue Devil defense will face one of the top offensive attacks in the nation Sunday when Duke takes on No. 4 Syracuse at the Carrier Dome.
Duke Student Government rejected a resolution that recommended the University take action against Executive Vice President Tallman Trask for violating the Duke Community Standard.
Freshman Ellyse Hamlin and the Blue Devils will face their third straight top-20 opponent Friday.
Senior Beatrice Capra will take on North Carolina for the last time in the regular season Tuesday afternoon, and will likely have to face off against the No. 1 singles player in the nation in the Tar Heels’ Hayley Carter.
Cary, N.C., native Kaitlyn McCarthy will get her first taste of the Tobacco Road rivalry when the freshman squares off against the No. 4 Tar Heels Tuesday afternoon.
Three Blue Devils finished in the top 15 last weekend at the NCAA championships, helping Duke finish in the top 10 for the sixth time in the last seven seasons.
Beatrice Capra and No. 10 Duke kicked off a grueling stretch with a 6-1 win at No. 14 Wake Forest Saturday afternoon.
The Blue Devils used a balance offensive attack and strong play between the pipes from Kelsey Duryea to hold off No. 16 Virginia Saturday afternoon.
Playing close to his hometown of Chatsworth, Calif., freshman point guard Derryck Thornton will square off against some familiar faces Thursday when Duke meets Oregon in the Sweet 16.
Two of the best swingmen in the country—Oregon’s Dillon Brooks and Duke’s Brandon Ingram—will do battle Thursday night.