Matthew Griffin is a Trinity senior and was editor-in-chief for The Chronicle's 116th volume.
Student speaker Sabrina Sabrina Maciariello talks about her experience at commencement, the themes of grief woven into her speech and her advice for current students.
What does Duke's new residential college system, which will roll out next fall, mean for campus life? Why won't the University have selective housing sections after the 2022-23 academic year? Editor-in-Chief Leah Boyd breaks down the QuadEx system.
Managing Editor Nadia Bey talks about the history of representation within The Chronicle and how that has impacted coverage of marginalized groups.
Duke University Police Department officers rarely used force in recent years, according to the University police chief—although few documents about DUPD use of force are available due to state law that restricts what police departments can release.
Many Chronicle stories highlight resources for students on campus, feature the work of groups that provide those resources or introduce readers to people to know here at Duke.
A speaker blasts music: “Peaches” by Justin Bieber, “Can’t Hold Us” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. It’s a muggy afternoon, and partly full plastic water bottles litter the ground.
Administrators and the chair of the African & African American studies department reflected on the outcome of Chauvin’s trial on Wednesday. Students and other community members gathered on the quad in front of the Chapel to watch.
As the year draws to a close, we’ve asked members of the Duke community to send in their photos and videos from a year like no other in Duke’s history. We hope that this compilation shows you the diversity of experience that Blue Devils had, and at the same time the common elements we share. Regardless of where we were, we were all part of life at Duke.