• An untitled work by Hannah Grace Clark

    The Duke sits down with Hannah Grace Clark

    Thursday, September 18, 2014

    By: Aaron Warnick | The Duquesne Duke Hannah Grace Clark was featured as an “Emerging Artist” at the Three Rivers Arts Festival this past June. Her art exhibit Ancient Gods and Hidden Worlds will be open to the public during the month of September at The Gallery 4 on North Highland Avenue. AW: There seems […]

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  • Photo by Fred Blauth | Editor-in-Chief. Pittsburgher Bert Dorazio rappels down the Oliver Building Wednesday morning in a Superman costume.

    Rappellers fight fear, gravity to fundraise

    Thursday, September 18, 2014

    By Fred Blauth | Editor-in-Chief Sixty people rappelled down the 25-story Oliver Building in Downtown Pittsburgh on Wednesday to raise money for those affected by cancer. The event, hosted by UPMC and UPMC Health Plan, raised more than $140,000 for Our Clubhouse, a nonprofit organization that provides free support for those diagnosed with cancer, their […]

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  • Claire Murray | Photo Editor

    Football wins home opener against Dayton

    Thursday, September 18, 2014

    Rich Donahue | The Duquesne Duke On the heels of back-to-back losses to begin the season, the Dukes were looking for answers heading into their home opener with the Dayton Flyers. After finishing the 2013 season unbeaten at Rooney Field, the Dukes (1-2) grounded the visiting Flyers (1-1) 33-13 to keep the streak alive. The […]

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  • Moby

    Thrival Festival rocks Bakery Square

    Wednesday, September 17, 2014

    Last weekend’s music festival in Bakery Square represented much more than welcoming popular musicians. It introduced locals responsible for the cultural renaissance that is occurring in Pittsburgh. The second annual Thrival Innovation and Music Festival welcomed food trucks, retail outlets and artistic creativity while well-known musicians performed throughout the day. Thrival was started by nonprofit […]

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  • AE - robert plant

    A taste of new music, Sept. 9

    Thursday, September 11, 2014

    Robert Plant lullaby and The Ceaseless Roar  Amongst the various reissues of Led Zeppelin greatest hits albums and memories of British invasion hard-rock, Robert Plant has thrived. The 66-year-old’s 10th studio album, lullaby and The Ceaseless Roar, which released on Tuesday, could possibly be Plant’s most ambitious solo effort. Throughout the entirety of the near […]

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  • Courtesy of  Graham Fielder - Chiodos

    Interview: Chiodos talk new album, lineup changes

    Thursday, September 11, 2014

      By: Zach Brendza | Associate Editor Last week, The Duke got to sit down with keyboardist Bradley Bell of post-hardcore sextet, Chiodos, who played at Stage AE for the Parks and Devastation Tour. ZB: You guys were here last year on Warped Tour? Do you have other memories of Pittsburgh? BB: Pittsburgh was my […]

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  • Photo by Julian Routh | News Editor. An American flag and rose are displayed next to a name on the National September 11 Memorial in New York City. The names of the nearly 3,000 people who died in the attacks line the outside of two reflecting pools the size of the Twin Towers.

    13 years later, DU remembers 9/11 attacks

    Thursday, September 11, 2014

    By Julian Routh | News Editor In the late afternoon on Sept. 11, 2001, the Bluff looked more like a ghost town than a college campus. The parking garages were empty, Academic Walk was silent and the only sign of life was in the Student Union ballroom, where the Duquesne community gathered for a spontaneous […]

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  • Attic Records at 513 Grant Ave. sells a variety of vinyl records, CDs and DVDs. The store has been  selling music media for the past 34 years.

    Wiping off the dust at Attic Records

    Wednesday, September 10, 2014

    By: Sam Fatula | A&E Editor The vehicle of music media has the tendency to change with the times. As it progresses, immediacy and portability elevate in factors of importance, while quality of the product has arguably diminished. Just in the past 25 years, consumers have witnessed the evolution of placing a needle on a […]

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  • Taylor Miles / The Duquesne Duke

    Men’s soccer finishes DU Invitational unbeaten

    Wednesday, September 10, 2014

    Pat Higgins | Sports Editor The Red & Blue turned in a pair of clutch performances against Binghamton and Bowling Green this weekend in the Duquesne Invitational at Rooney Field. On Friday night, sophomore defender Mamadou Traore tapped in his first goal as a Duke in the 79th minute to break a 2-2 tie amid […]

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