In the nearly two decades Duke University has fielded a lacrosse team, that team has been coached by Kerstin Kimel. She has been a fierce competitor on the field, who has led the squad to be one of the nation’s elite.
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For Duke University freshman Suman Bajgain, last Saturday could hardly have started on a worse note. In what were the pre-dawn hours in Durham, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck his native country, Nepal.
Tatiana Birgisson just wanted to “a personal source of healthy caffeine,” she recalls.
So she started brewing highly caffeinated teas in her dorm room at Duke University.
Andrew McCrae is headed for San Antonio next month, where he’ll pick up a medallion and a $1,250 scholarship as a Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Silver Scholar.
Eleven-year-old Bettie Closs “loves to learn,” says her mother, Almaz Closs.
“We’ve always been like ‘learn, learn,’” Almaz Closs adds. “Even when they were little, we read (Bettie and her sister) every book there is.”
A decade ago, a young Teresa Clayton was making a living in Florida as a body piercer, and thinking there had to be more than that in her life.
In late 2013, Chris Rosati of Durham lived out his dream – sort of.
In the dark, in bone-chilling cold, with sleet and freeing rain pelting them, state and local road crews were out in force Monday night and Tuesday morning.
For more than three decades, Larry Stogner was a familiar face and voice behind countless newscasts for television viewers in the Triangle market.
It must be every football fan’s dream: two tickets to the Super Bowl, one of most magnetic (and hyped) sports event on the calendar.
Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski has been rightly celebrated coast-to-coast for his history-making accomplishment this past week. Coach K, as anyone who hasn’t been wandering in a desert must surely know, became the first Division 1 men’s basketball coach to reach 1,000 wins.
Last weekend, eight basketball teams from several law enforcement agencies competed in a tournament to honor a Butner Federal Correction Facility officer who died in the line of duty.
When Matthias-Michael Geissler takes a trip, he doesn’t mess around.
John Martin’s Durham roots go deep.
He left the city years ago for a long career in public service to the state of North Carolina. For more than 30 years, he has been first a Superior Court and most recently a state Court of Appeals judge.