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X-Factor: Duke men's basketball's Matthew Hurt must stretch the floor against Michigan State

(12/02/19 9:02pm)

Following a rough home stretch over Thanksgiving break, Duke heads north to East Lansing, Mich., to take on the Michigan State Spartans Tuesday night in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. The Blue Zone analyzes a key player for each team in a rematch of last season's Elite Eight:


Duke Energy has a stranglehold on NC's environment and democracy

(12/03/19 5:00am)

On October 31, the North Carolina General Assembly passed  a bill aimed to finance storm recovery costs. However, a provision of the bill that would have allowed Duke Energy to raise rates indefinitely was removed after long standing public pressure. Given the corporation’s monopoly status in the state, this change would have allowed them to rip off customers and create an even deeper disparity in energy access. 






Duke, do you hear me? Accessibility for the Deaf

(12/02/19 5:00am)

When I was thirteen, I failed my hearing test. I had faced problems with my ears before—recurrent ear infections led to a childhood ear surgery, as well as some reduced hearing ability. But this time, something was different. Unbeknownst to me, what had started as a small hole in my right eardrum had become an expanding perforation that, by the time it was caught, was the size of my eardrum itself. It would end up taking two surgeries and about a year to reconstruct my eardrum, leaving me nearly half deaf in the meantime. The reconstruction was successful (though I am still mildly hard of hearing), but this experience transformed the way I view the world. 






The blues never die: Music Maker 25 celebrates the South’s legacy of traditional music

(12/01/19 5:00am)

Many people know North Carolina for its beaches, its barbecue or its college basketball, but it’s likely that fewer know the state for its rich musical heritage. The list of artists hailing from North Carolina spans decades and musical traditions, and it includes jazz pianist Thelonious Monk, guitar pioneer Elizabeth Cotten, banjo player Earl Scruggs and legendary singer Nina Simone — just to name a few.



Five observations and more from Duke football's first half against Miami

(11/30/19 10:15pm)

With the rain coming down hard for the second week in a row, the Blue Devil defense has carried the team thus far in what seems like a grind-it-out game like last year against Miami. Looking to end the season with a win, Duke heads into halftime trailing 14-13 in the middle of a downpour. Here are five observations and more from the half.






'He responded well': Matthew Hurt stars in Duke men's basketball's win against Winthrop

(11/30/19 6:52am)

Anyone familiar with the Duke men's basketball program has likely heard of head coach Mike Krzyzewski’s concept of the 'next play'—that is, no matter what just happened, be it good or bad, what's most important is what you do next. It is a critical facet of Krzyzewski's coaching philosophy and something he has instilled in generations of players dating back to his first few years in Durham in the 1980s.