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Author David Sedaris talks all sorts of pretty

(07/21/04 4:00am)

NEW YORK -- David Sedaris, known for both his sardonic, best-selling books and his dynamic public performances, seemed right at home in the basement of a small independent Manhattan bookstore on a hot June afternoon. He was like a human Google, moving quickly through a range of topics, but leaving each inquisitive fan satisfied. Where to stay in Bangkok? Well, at the Oriental, of course, where they "chew your food for you." No college graduation gift? No problem for two recent NYU grads, to whom Sedaris gave a dollar each in return for buying his book.


(05/13/04 4:00am)

Like nine previous tournaments this year, Duke women's golf claimed victory at the NCAA East Regionals from May 6 through 8. Unlike the others, however, the NCAA Regionals win earned the Blue Devils a chance to play for their third National Championship and an opportunity to cap off one of the most dominating seasons the sport has ever seen.

Winning the competition you thought was just in your head: Grads named Craziest College Fans

(04/15/04 4:00am)

Ed Venit does not always remember Duke basketball games by the scores, the tough plays or the bad calls by the refs. Instead, many games he remembers by what he and other Cameron Crazies wore or what the students cheered at the opposing team. Many people remember Venit and his four fellow graduate student Cameron Crazies for their unique outfits and personalities developed within the confines of Cameron Indoor Stadium, and now for their selection by as the top college basketball fans.