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Lending a helping hand

My first homecoming of sorts came freshman year when my family helped me haul my suitcase across the Atlantic from our compact London apartment into an equally compact Randolph 212.


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Senior columnist Daniel Carp, bottom right, served as sports editor of The Chronicle's 109th volume.
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Senior columnist Daniel Carp, bottom right, served as sports editor of The Chronicle's 109th volume.


In his swan song to The Chronicle's 109th volume, Daniel Carp—pictured bottom right—recounts his experiences during his year as sports editor.
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In his swan song to The Chronicle's 109th volume, Daniel Carp—pictured bottom right—recounts his experiences during his year as sports editor.


Although Duke's four seniors took center stage for Senior Night recognition, the Blue Devils are still a young basketball team according to their head coach.
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Although Duke's four seniors took center stage for Senior Night recognition, the Blue Devils are still a young basketball team according to their head coach.


Jabari Parker said that after a full season of college basketball, he can't be viewed as a freshman anymore.
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Jabari Parker said that after a full season of college basketball, he can't be viewed as a freshman anymore.


Jabari Parker scored a career-high 30 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in what could be his final game in Cameron Indoor Stadium.
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Jabari Parker scored a career-high 30 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in what could be his final game in Cameron Indoor Stadium.


Playing in his first Duke-Maryland game, freshman Jabari Parker scored 23 points, including the go-ahead bucket with 1:05 remaining.
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Playing in his first Duke-Maryland game, freshman Jabari Parker scored 23 points, including the go-ahead bucket with 1:05 remaining.


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