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SHEIN is She-Out: It’s time to question our consumption

(09/20/21 4:00am)

You know that brand? You know— the one that got into controversies over antisemitic and racist products, their use of child labor, their massively detrimental environmental impact, their general religious insensitivity and their repeated use of illegal reproductions of artists’ works for their products? Oh, wait: that doesn’t narrow it down.


Lorde’s Māori-language EP, ‘Te Ao Mārama,’ is for Everyone

(09/20/21 4:00am)

Fresh off the release of her third studio album, “Solar Power,” Lorde surprised fans by dropping a surprise EP, “Te Ao Mārama” Sept. 9. The EP features five songs from “Solar Power” recorded entirely in te reo Māori, the indigenous language of the Māori people of New Zealand. Though the singer does not speak te reo Māori, in a statement, she said that she created this version to honor the theme of “caring for and listening to the natural world” prevalent in “Solar Power.” Lorde, who is not Māori, credits the Māori culture for creating the spiritual and nature-focused “worldview” that all New Zealanders grow up with. 








Beats' picks: Can Duke football upset Northwestern in its first Power Five game of the year?

(09/18/21 2:13pm)

Every football game, our beat writers Cam Polo, Jake Piazza, Max Rego, Alex Jackson, Micah Hurewitz and Jonathan Levitan will be here to give you their picks for Duke's upcoming matchup, and we'll keep track of their prediction records every week. Northwestern comes to Durham as three-point favorites Saturday for a 4 p.m. kickoff at Wallace Wade Stadium against the Blue Devils.



Third and goal: Defensive line, momentum are crucial for a Duke victory against Northwestern

(09/17/21 2:45pm)

After an electric 45-17 home-opening win against North Carolina A&T last week, Duke football will look to keep that energy going when they face Northwestern on Saturday at Wallace Wade Stadium. In anticipation, the Blue Zone brings three aspects that will be critical to the Blue Devils come Saturday: