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DU profs married to the books and each other

DU profs married to the books and each other

Kellen Stepler | Features Editor 02/12/2020 Love is in the air and also on the Bluff. In the spirit of…

Founders Week honors Duquesne’s Spiritan heritage

Founders Week honors Duquesne’s Spiritan heritage

Kellen Stepler | Features Editor   Claude Poullart des Places isn’t just a name of a dormitory on Duquesne’s campus,…

Film series tackles difficult and controversial topics

Hannah Boucher | staff writer 02/06/2020 The Human Rights Film Series has come a long way since its beginnings. Exactly…

Penguins march and waddle at Pittsburgh Zoo event

Penguins march and waddle at Pittsburgh Zoo event

Jessica Lincoln | Staff Writer On Sunday, all eyes were on the quarantine doors. Children pushed to the front to…

Woodruff duo honored at MLK Breakfast

Woodruff duo honored at MLK Breakfast

01/23/20 Kellen Stepler | Features Editor Justice, peace, service and righteousness – all these and more are what Martin Luther…

Plants: giving us food, medicine, shelter and music?

Plants: giving us food, medicine, shelter and music?

Hallie Lauer | News Editor Almost every middle school science fair has the project where a student takes two plants…

Duquesne study abroad program to New Delhi returns

Duquesne study abroad program to New Delhi returns

Jessica Lincoln | Staff Writer This year, the Center for Healthcare Ethics is once again offering a summer study abroad…

Starting the new year and the new semester on the right foot

Starting the new year and the new semester on the right foot

2020 marks not just the start of a new semester, but a new year. Whether you’re beginning your first semester…

Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree at Duquesne’s Christmas Ball

Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree at Duquesne’s Christmas Ball

Hannah Rauh | Staff Writer 12/05/2019 Students at Duquesne have the opportunity to really get into the Christmas spirit this…

Eating, shopping and schoolwork: How to do Thanksgiving Break right

Eating, shopping and schoolwork: How to do Thanksgiving Break right

Hannah Rauh | Staff Writer Just imagine a picturesque Thanksgiving dinner — turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes steaming on the…

Duquesne students greeted by therapy dogs at Gumberg Library

Duquesne students greeted by therapy dogs at Gumberg Library

Hannah Rauh | Staff Writer Duquesne students were given a little taste of home last week, when therapy dogs came…

Point Park student showcases his talents through sound production

Point Park student showcases his talents through sound production

Colleen Hammond | Opinions Editor   Gentle humming faded through the air as actors in muted-colored costumes darted in and…

The Day After Halloween: Why students have off

The Day After Halloween: Why students have off

Ashley Newman | Staff Writer Each year, Duquesne students are gifted with the day after Halloween off from classes. Many…

Runners fill Pittsburgh streets during EQT 10 Miler

Runners fill Pittsburgh streets during EQT 10 Miler

Grace Rosello | staff writer Crossing over the Smithfield Street Bridge before sunrise on Nov. 2, the Equitable Resources, Inc…

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Expert NFL Predictions from The Duke’s Staff: Week 13

Expert NFL Predictions from The Duke’s Staff: Week 13

The Duke staff took last week off from predicting Sunday Night Football to spend time with family and friends over…

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WBB knocks off previously unbeaten VCU on the road

WBB knocks off previously unbeaten VCU on the road

David Borne | Sports Editor Feb. 6, 2020 Heading into Sunday’s contest at the Siegel Center,…

Former WBB standout Conor Richardson adjusting well to coaching role

New look WBB finding footing in non-conference play