Leah Boyd is a Pratt senior and a social chair of The Chronicle's 118th volume. She was previously editor-in-chief for Volume 117.
As Duke's season met its end Monday night against Colorado, the full story of its turnaround season came into view.
With the stakes high as ever in Durham, The Chronicle's beat writers make their predictions.
Before tipoff at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, The Chronicle's beat writers predict whether the Blue Devils' season will stretch to Monday.
The Blue Devils are headed for the NCAA tournament for the first time under Kara Lawson, and they will host the first two rounds in Durham.
Duke's ACC tournament run came to an end Saturday afternoon at the hands of the Hokies, who pulled away in the second quarter and never let up.
On a turnover-filled day in Cameron Indoor Stadium, Duke lost to its fiercest rival and lost its chance for a conference title as a result.
Plenty is at stake for the Blue Devils in Sunday's game, and our beat writers are here to make their predictions.
On the heels of a blowout loss at Virginia Tech, the Blue Devils got back in the win column Sunday, but it was not a perfect win by any means.
Just a few weeks after shutting down Virginia Tech in a win at Cameron Indoor Stadium, Duke's defense could not keep pace with the Hokies' stars Thursday.
Clockwise from top left: Thomas Williams, senior lecturing fellow at the School of Law, moderated a Thursday panel on racism in health care with Daniela Lamas, a pulmonary and critical care physician; Khiara Bridges, a law professor at UC Berkeley; and Sylvia Perry, an assistant professor of social psychology at Northwestern.