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Sides of the coin: Balanced budgets and the 2020 election

(11/04/19 5:00am)

Editor's note: The following two columns are the first installment of Duke Political Union's new series, "politically savvy." Once a month, two columnists from different ideological backgrounds will offer their opinions on the same issue. This month, Stephen Kosonocky and Bryn Lawson address federal debt and spending.



X-Factor: Duke men's basketball's Vernon Carey Jr. looks to impress in college debut vs. Kansas

(11/03/19 7:43pm)

Duke will take the floor Tuesday night for its first official contest since the team's heartbreaking Elite Eight loss to Michigan State seven months ago. The Blue Devils obliterated Kentucky in last year's season opener and will look to make it three consecutive Champions Classic victories with a win over No. 3 Kansas this time around. The Blue Zone gives you a key player to watch from each team:





Recess interviews: Duke theater professor and playwright Neal Bell

(11/01/19 7:30pm)

Currently professor of the practice in the department of theater studies at Duke, Neal Bell has an accomplished career as a playwright that includes an Obie award in 1992 for sustained achievement in playwriting and the Edgar Award for the best mystery play of 2005. In anticipation of Duke Players’ staged reading of his new play “The Report From Planet X” this Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. in Brody Theater, Recess talked to Neal Bell about his career and his latest project.





Why didn’t Duke participate in the Association of American University’s sexual assault survey?

(11/01/19 8:49am)

If you’ve ever had a conversation about sexual assault at Duke, you might have heard of the Duke University Student Experiences Survey, which assesses campus climate surrounding sexual misconduct and sexual assault. But there’s a separate survey, standardized across universities, that Duke currently does not participate in.