The project, described as an “ongoing essay about the presence and function of Blackness in society,” originally began in 2004 and will add 22 new pieces this spring for an on-campus installation in early April.
“I think that such an important part of our ensembles is our connection to the students. Music making is about communication, it's about interaction, it's about listening to each other."
The most incredible part of “Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical” is how fortuitously the show and its ragtag origins embody the morals of “Ratatouille’s” underdog story.
From Oct. 9 until Oct. 18, the annual NCLAFF will offer nightly films that highlight the best of Latin American cinema over the past 35 years.
Six months into the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual concerts have become almost as commonplace as the phrase “these unprecedented times,” but Duke Performances is still finding new ways to innovate.
Marcus Hawley spent the last week of March developing a mask prototype, but he never imagined it would actually see the light of day.
In June, Duke announced that John Brown, Duke’s Jazz Program director and longtime professor would be Lindroth’s successor.
The Power Company closed in 2000 when the owners transitioned the space into Teasers Men’s Club, but former frequenters regularly share music, photos and memories that ensure its legacy endures.
Have you tried riding one of the new electric scooters that popped up on Duke's campus this year? Managing Editor Nathan Luzum tried one out for the first time and brought us along for the ride. This is part one of a two-part series by The Chronicle about the electric scooters. Part two compares the speed of the two types of scooters on campus. Hosted by Nathan Luzum Videography by Tessa Delgo and Jackson Muraika Edited by Bre Bradham