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Women of Saudi Arabia are driving towards equality

Women of Saudi Arabia are driving towards equality

By Shivani Gosai | Opinions Editor 10/5/2017  Many women around the globe celebrated the seemingly small but significant victory announced on Tuesday: women in Saudi Arabia have finally been allowed the right to drive. After a 30-year-long campaign, women in the predominately Islamic country will be allowed to drive cars starting next June. The exact […]

Winter is coming: How to prepare for cold commutes

Winter is coming: How to prepare for cold commutes

By Elsa Buehler | Staff Writer It’s about that time of year again. As winter approaches, you can almost hear the groans of 9,500 miserable students wondering why they chose to spend their college years on the literal cliff of a campus that is Duquesne University. No one — not walkers, bikers, drivers, residents, commuters […]

States urged to use junior license until 21

States urged to use junior license until 21

By Rebekah Devorak | Opinions Editor  Remember being a little kid and loving the story of Cinderella? Even if you didn’t adore it, chances are you were mesmerized by how, at exactly midnight, her dreamy fairytale ended. And you could at least understand Cinderella’s pain at 16 years old, when you had to rush home […]

Hands-free technology isn’t safer choice

Hands-free technology isn’t safer choice

By Rebekah Devorak | Opinions Editor What seems more dangerous: tapping out a friend’s number on a physical phone while driving or asking your car’s voice-activated system to do it for you? According to a study released earlier this month by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, it’s not the obvious answer. Companies are producing […]

Seitz Street is solely a one-way, officials confirm

Seitz Street is solely a one-way, officials confirm

By Raymond Arke and Carolyn Conte | The Duquesne Duke Drivers on campus, beware of one-ways. Duquesne’s Office of Parking and Traffic Management has clarified that Seitz Street by the Genesius theater is only for one-way use, according to Interim Parking Manager Jason Conlogue. Seitz Street borders the soccer field and St. Anne’s before it […]