economics

China: Not the savior we wanted, but the savior we need

China: Not the savior we wanted, but the savior we need

3101/31/2019 By Alexander Wolfe | Staff Columnist Although Russian Orthodox Christmas was Jan. 7, Vladimir Putin continues to get presents beyond the second $3,000 jumpsuit I’m assuming he asked for. The American government just ended a month-long shutdown, the European Union seems to be foaming at the mouth to humiliate Theresa May and the Treasury […]

Bitcoin classes being offered at multiple universities

Bitcoin classes being offered at multiple universities

By Rachel Pierce | Staff Columnist 2/15/18 Duquesne University has an opportunity to jump on a growing trend, one predicted to take over the world: bitcoin. Universities like Princeton, Carnegie Mellon, Cornell and Duke have already began to offer courses on bitcoin, and the classes are maxing out fast. What is the appeal of bitcoin […]

Valentine’s Day consumerism on the decline

Valentine’s Day consumerism on the decline

By Kaye Burnet | Editor-in-Chief The first months of 2017, filled with political turmoil and fear for many Americans, have not been a great start to a new year. So far, the world seems to be a tough place for more than a few people in 2017. But is there actually less love in the […]