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Film room: Analyzing Duke men's basketball forward Jaemyn Brakefield

(08/20/20 4:00pm)

Another year, another new crop of men's basketball players coming  to Durham. In this series, we will analyze film on each of Duke’s  signees and transfers for the 2020-21 season. Previous film rooms  include Jalen Johnson, DJ Steward, Jeremy Roach, Mark Williams, Patrick Tapé and Henry Coleman III. Let’s continue with Jaemyn Brakefield.


Film room: Analyzing Duke men's basketball forward Henry Coleman III

(08/18/20 12:52am)

Another year, another new crop of men's basketball players coming  to Durham. In this series, we will analyze film on each of Duke’s signees and transfers for the 2020-21 season. Previous film rooms include Jalen Johnson, DJ Steward, Jeremy Roach, Mark Williams and Patrick Tapé. Next up, we take a look at energetic forward Henry Coleman III.



Duke workers need a compact that protects all of us, not just our employers

(08/18/20 4:00am)

Students, faculty, and workers will return to Duke’s campus this month for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic forced the university’s closure in March. Over the past five months, the novel coronavirus has killed 170,000 people in the United States and infected more than five million, and tens of millions of workers have lost their jobs and their health insurance. Moreover, the pandemic has compounded the systemic oppression of Black Americans and people of color, who are disproportionately harmed by the inadequacies of American healthcare, housing, and labor.




Storyteller Amy Godfrey is building an emotionally intelligent generation

(08/17/20 4:00am)

From clickbait thumbnails to serious, serif font newspapers, stories of child heroes inundate our culture. Their exploits range from quotidian good deeds to revolutionary movement-building. Some, like Ruby Bridges, Malala Yousafzai and Greta Thunberg, become household names for their immense bravery amid adversity or their shattering of oppressive barriers.