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CAPS forum probes perfection

Despite the recent flurry of programs addressing "effortless perfection," there was standing room only Tuesday afternoon, as nearly 70 students and campus leaders squeezed into the McClendon Tower...


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Women win big in season opener

The women's basketball team started the 2003-2004 season off in style Tuesday night, easily dispatching the Premier Players 118-56 in their first preseason test of the year.


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Niejelow suspended from DPD

The Durham Police Department has temporarily suspended the privileges of reserve officer Alex Niejelow pending the outcome of an internal investigation, said Lt. Norman Blake of the DPD..


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City Council examines ped. bridge

Durham City Council members reviewed the safety issues surrounding the demolition and construction of a bicycle and pedestrian bridge near Burton Elementary School at its meeting Monday night,...


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Economists analyze Pillowtex

The closing of the Pillowtex manufacturing plant in Kannapolis, N.C., left many shaking their heads in disbelief. What happened to the once-robust plant--the economic anchor for the town? .


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For DUI, practice makes funny

Chairs scraped across the floor as they were dragged to the perimeters of the room. A few stage lights shone brightly amid the dark theater..


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Physics sequence revamped

The Department of Physics is taking a new approach to its introductory courses, implementing a revised sequence for all engineers that will link topics in physics more closely to those in...