elections

Many Duquesne ties present in U.S. House primary race

Many Duquesne ties present in U.S. House primary race

Raymond Arke | News Editor 11/07/17 11/09/17 UPDATE: Comment added from the Aaron Anthony campaign As the calendar gets closer to the 2018 midterm elections, a variety of candidates continue to emerge. In the nearby 12th Congressional District, two Duquesne alumni are part of a five-person race for the Democratic nomination to oppose Keith Rothfus […]

Democrats score big wins across nation on Election Day

Democrats score big wins across nation on Election Day

Raymond Arke | News Editor 11/09/17 A blue tide washed over the American electorate Nov. 7, as Democrats won resoundingly in many local and state elections across the nation. However, statewide results in Pennsylvania showed more mixed results for both parties. According to the Pennsylvania Department of State unofficial election returns, with 99 percent of […]

New SGA officers cite visibility, transparency as goals

New SGA officers cite visibility, transparency as goals

Brandon Addeo | News Editor Over 1,000 Duquesne students elected a new Student Government Association President and four new executive board members Feb. 21. Olivia Erickson and Maria Miller, both of the MUST Party, were elected SGA President and Vice President of Communications, respectively. Three other candidates won uncontested races for positions on the SGA […]

PA voters choose Dems in state elections

PA voters choose Dems in state elections

By Raymond Arke | The Duquesne Duke On Nov. 3, a sweep secured the Pennsylvania judicial branch for the Democrats, as Republicans made some gains on the national scale. But experts say it’s too early to tell how the 2016 presidential elections will play out. In Pennsylvania, the biggest races were for three slots on […]