Matthew Griffin is a Trinity senior and was editor-in-chief for The Chronicle's 116th volume.
Seemingly everyone has come outdoors on April 12, a Tuesday, and the Bryan Center plaza is the beating heart of it all.
Two outs, bases loaded, bottom of the 13th inning. Tie game.
If Duke wins their Final Four game against North Carolina Saturday evening, then the benches will be brought back out Monday morning.
Moore scored 14 second-half points to bring his total to 21 and power the Blue Devils to a 25-point victory against the Mountaineers.
Duke hosted Appalachian State for their second contest in their five-game homestand, and this one started out close. Despite the Blue Devils entering this game as heavy favorites, the Mountaineers held their own thanks to an efficient mark from the field and competing on the boards to keep the score 50-37 in Duke’s favor. Here’s five of our takeaways from the first 20 minutes.
The human element of choosing songs and playing them live is a way of “honoring events of Duke, of our community, of our nation, of the world in sound and music."
Jake is graduating, so in this episode he reflects on this time at Duke and what he'd tell his first-year self.
Also, Features Managing Editor Katie Tan discusses the history of housing inequality in Durham, and staff reporter Adway Wadekar breaks down which Duke employees make the most money.
Items worth more than $20,000 were stolen from students during a trip to Oakland, Calif. Identity group leaders say they were left out of the decision to fill Bryan Center office space. Keith Upchurch discusses how he and Nugget have seen campus change over time.