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Mixed grades on race, gender report card for college sports
Thursday, March 8, 2018
The percentage of black head coaches in Division I college basketball has declined the past 10 years. That startling development is among the findings in the 2017 version of the annual College Sport Racial and Gender Report Card, released Wednesday by The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport at the University of Central Florida. During the 2016-17
Shaw, oh Shaw, where art thou?
Friday, March 2, 2018
I want Shaw back! I want the team that everyone loved to hate. I want the bullies, the thugs – er, thugettes – that knocked players around and intimidated players just by walking through the door. I want the team that won nine CIAA Tournament titles in 12 seasons. I want the cocky, insufferable Jacques Curtis. (OK, he’s still cocky and
Bagley Jr. starts new basketball league
Friday, March 2, 2018
DURHAM – When Marvin Bagley Jr. thinks about his hometown Durham, he sees a city that is both drastically different in some ways but strikingly similar in others. Bagley Jr., the father of Duke freshman star Marvin Bagley III, moved his family from California to the Triangle when his son began his college career with the Blue Devils. “I left
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NCCU to explore gender and culture at symposium

DURHAM – Dissecting the connections between gender, race, class and social activism is

Durham Bulls partner with Blue Cross on edible garden

DURHAM – Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina will sponsor an edible Victory

NCCU releases football schedule

North Carolina Central will play five home games, five road contests and a seventh trip three