Duke beats Michigan State in the Champions Classic

CHICAGO, Illinois- The No.1 ranked Duke Blue Devils defeated the No.2 Michigan State Spartans in the Champions Classic 88-81 on Tuesday night. Duke’s senior guard Grayson Allen led all scorers with 37 points and showed the nation he is not afraid of shining on the big stage. Spartans’ sophomore forward Miles Bridges, a preseason National Player of the year frontrunner, had 19 points, five rebounds, and four assists. Bridges scored 16 points in the second half. The Spartans were outrebounded 46-34 and gave up 25 offensive rebounds.

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Students Develop Parking App

For Michigan State students, parking on-campus can be difficult, but the struggle doesn’t end for those living off-campus either.

“We have six girls that live here and our driveway only fits five cars, which is kind of a bummer because we always have to find a place to put one of our cars at night,” said Elena Ferman, a senior at MSU. 

Election workers go all day to preserve integrity of voting

Poll workers, who put in more than 12 hours on Election Day, work to try to restore voters’ trust in the process, which has been battered by innuendo and insinuation since last year’s election. They set up and operate new equipment and must resolve complicated issues in real time.