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Durham Public Schools Superintendent Pascal Mubenga resigns following weeks of protests over pay cuts

(02/08/24 3:10am)

The Durham Public Schools Board of Education announced Wednesday evening that Superintendent Pascal Mubenga submitted his resignation after weeks of demonstrations by DPS teachers, staff, parents and concerned community members.

Community members ‘walk in’ at over 30 Durham public schools in solidarity with classified workers

(02/08/24 1:42am)

Durham community members gathered outside Merrick-Moore Elementary School Wednesday morning for a “walk-in” in solidarity with classified workers of Durham Public Schools, who are facing pay cuts and ongoing staffing issues. 

Megan Thee Megalodon: How 'HISS' complements her metamorphosis

(02/07/24 8:24pm)

Three-time Grammy award winner Megan Thee Stallion is an artist with an intuitive understanding of what it means to use the darkness of trauma to rebirth oneself in the light. It's something that she is all too familiar with: at the same time that she was experiencing career milestones, she was also going through legal disputes with her label as well as the death of her parents. In 2020, the underwhelming, currently imprisoned rapper Tory Lanez shot Megan Thee Stallion twice in the foot, leading to yet another lengthy legal dispute as she fought for the liberation of her truth. And yet, Megan has persisted in releasing high quality music, partaking in lengthy photoshoots and consistently self-advertising to increase her publicity within the industry. Once Megan Thee Stallion’s lawsuit with her old label settled and she gained artistic independence, she released the entirely self-funded masterpiece “Cobra,” in which she unveiled her birth last November. Furthering the cobra’s symbolism of resurrection and renewal, Thee Stallion released “HISS” on Jan. 26.

‘All hands on deck’: Office of Climate and Sustainability hosts investment seminar on climate risk

(02/07/24 5:40am)

The Office of Climate and Sustainability hosted the fourth installment of its Investing for Mission-Driven Institutions seminar series, which investigated the role climate risks play in investment decision-making and explored strategies for mitigating such risks Tuesday evening.

What QuadEx needs to be great

(02/13/24 5:00am)

The poetic art of naming things is old and difficult. If you’re familiar with a certain cosmic creation narrative, it may even be considered the first act of mankind after receiving the breath of life. But while you may think the long and storied human experience in naming things would mean we find it easy, you have only to look at Duke’s nascent residential model to find a potent example of how difficult it seemingly remains.  

Q&A: 3-year Duke football captain reflects on Senior Bowl experience, preparation for NFL Draft

(02/07/24 12:30am)

Over the last five years, DeWayne Carter became synonymous with Duke football, as the defensive tackle served as the first three-time captain in program history. The veteran was excellent on the field, garnering All-ACC honors in three separate seasons while anchoring tough Blue Devil defenses up front his redshirt junior and senior years. As a result, Carter was selected to participate in the Reese’s Senior Bowl, an event showcasing some of the top seniors in college football in front of numerous NFL scouts and coaches. 

Less is more

(02/07/24 5:00am)

Springtime is upon us. With that comes warmer weather, delicate flower buds, longer days and a newfound feeling of freshness that comes with all things new. Spring is peeling the protective film off a new iPhone. Spring is folding clothes that are warm, fresh out of the dryer. Spring is taking a cold shower on a hot day.