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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette begins digitization process

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette begins digitization process

08/30/2018 By Ollie Gratzinger | Opinions Editor Beginning on Aug 25, the Post-Gazette began implementing its decision to publish only five days per week, making Pittsburgh one of the largest cities in the U.S. without a daily print newspaper, according to The Hill. On Tuesday and Saturday, the paper will run online only, much to […]

Changing schools can improve college experience

Changing schools can improve college experience

By Jamie Crow | Student Columnist Let’s go back in time for a second. It’s your senior year of high school and you’re drowning in college applications. You’re about to make one of the biggest decisions of your life, and you want to be confident about it. After months of applying and contemplating, you finally […]

48 hour film project comes to Pittsburgh

48 hour film project comes to Pittsburgh

By Zarchary Landau | The Duquesne Duke Nothing can be more stressful than completing a huge project under a strict deadline. Despite this, artists choose to impose strict guidelines on themselves for the express purpose of challenging their ingenuity. The 48 Hour Film Project endeavors to tap into that creative energy, and some spectacular results […]

Duquesne board member recognized by White House

By Julian Routh | Asst. News Editor Duquesne board member and Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh president and chief executive officer Esther L. Bush was recently named one of the White House’s 10 Champions of Change in its Educational Excellence for African Americans program. Bush, who has had a professional career spanning 40 years, was […]