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Steelers, Bell remain gridlocked in contract dispute

Steelers, Bell remain gridlocked in contract dispute

Jacob Hebda | Staff Writer Sept. 13, 2018 It’s been about 243 days since Le’Veon Bell last graced us with his incredible talent on the football field. In the Steelers’ shocking divisional round loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Bell had 155 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving. Performances like that are […]

Try empathizing with Kevin Durant for a change

Try empathizing with Kevin Durant for a change

Adam Lindner | Sports Editor Beginning promptly on July 4, 2016, when mega NBA star Kevin Durant announced his decision to leave Oklahoma City for The Town, — err, uh, Golden State? — Durant chose to forfeit his general likability, his worldwide popularity amongst casual fans and his spot alongside superhuman point guard Russell Westbrook […]

News editor Addeo says adieu

News editor Addeo says adieu

Brandon Addeo | News Editor When my eighth grade teacher asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, it gave me pause. Obviously, every young person at one point wanted to be a professional athlete or an astronaut or something else that’s fantastical. But at that moment — for the first time […]

Steel emerges as bright spot in another tough loss

Steel emerges as bright spot in another tough loss

By Andrew Holman | The Duquesne Duke Less than a week removed from a disheartening 76-74 loss to the Dayton Flyers, Duquesne saw another double digit lead go to waste on Sunday, falling to the University of Massachusetts Minutemen 108-99 in overtime. There is no telling when the bleeding is going to stop for Duquesne. What […]

Staff Editorial: WDBJ displays courage amidst tragedy

Staff Editorial: WDBJ displays courage amidst tragedy

By Duke Staff Facing the darkest of circumstances, the men and women at WDBJ – a broadcast news station in Roanoke, Virginia – provided one of the finest examples of modern journalism Wednesday, and showed America exactly what to do when tragedy strikes unexpectedly. In the hours after a gunman shot and killed two of […]

Campus living expenses make ‘tiny house’ a good idea

Campus living expenses make ‘tiny house’ a good idea

By Rebekah Devorak / Opinions Editor It’s no shock to college students – or really anyone for that matter – that college is expensive. Very, very expensive. Tuition, along with room and board fees, has risen faster than the rate of inflation in the United States since 2009, according to The College Board. That translated […]