The independent news organization of Duke University
March 6, 1906
February 14, 1969
1985 Duke graduate Chaim Arlosorov was only eligible for three years of college tennis due to an odd NCAA rule.
A Chronicle article in 1984 detailed Duke’s decision to cut gymnastics as a sport.
Embattled swimming coach Bill Barton resigned in 1978 after falsifying some of his swimmers' times.
Although The Chronicle did not make a big deal of a 1961 melee against North Carolina, star forward Art Heyman's lengthy suspension derailed Duke's season.
Before Adam Silver became famous as the commissioner of the NBA, he wrote for The Chronicle and was busy campaigning for student government at Duke.
The media did not take kindly to a particularly obscene taunt from the Cameron Crazies in 1984.
Duke squandered a chance to win its first national title in any sport in 1982, losing in men's soccer to Indiana in eight overtimes.
The Chronicle covered Duke's now-defunct Blue Angels program for football recruits in 1988.