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Mark Anthony Neal: The Cosby Show, which first aired 30 years ago, was last of its breed

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A Hidden, Drastic Change in NC School Funding

Helen Ladd, Ted Fiske: Growing districts no longer be guaranteed proportionate increase in funding

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Help Fight Ebola Without Risk

Jane Blood-Siegfried says there are ways average Americans can help

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Going Beyond Military Force to Defeat ISIS

David Siegel on providing viable alternatives to ISIS's constituency in Iraq and Syria

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Laurie Patton on Public Scholarship

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The Future of Transportation

Tim Profeta, director of the Nicholas Institute, discusses the future of transportation in this Rational Middle Energy Series film.


Amateurism in College Athletics: Is this the End?

Duke faculty and alumni discuss the future of collegiate athletics.


Civil Rights, Duke, and Durham in the 1960s

A conversation with Professor Joseph Blocher and Wade Penny, '60, about the historic 1966 civil rights case, Klopfer v. North Carolina.