farewell

Duke staff grateful for advisor’s decade-long service

Duke staff grateful for advisor’s decade-long service

Duke Staff 04/26/2018 With bittersweet hearts, we present to you more than just the last paper of the academic year, but also a shift in The Duke’s internal staff. With the end of the semester, we say goodbye to Robert “Bobby” Kerlik, who has been The Duke’s academic advisor for 10 years. His advisory position […]

“Farewell” fittingly ends Before The Storm

“Farewell” fittingly ends <em>Before The Storm</em>

By Nicole Prieto | Staff Writer 03/15/2018 Deck Nine’s prequel to the first season of Life is Strange officially concluded last December, leaving players to decide the fate of Rachel Amber’s relationships with her parents. But fans who bought the Before the Storm Deluxe Edition have been left clamoring for the game’s bonus episode, released […]

A&E Editor says final farewell to Duquesne

A&E Editor says final farewell to Duquesne

By Sean Ray | A&E Editor It hurts to write this. Growing up, I never liked change and still don’t really. Anytime we moved houses, I complained loudly. Heck, I got annoyed when furniture got mixed around. Eventually I learned to cope, but it didn’t make things any less difficult. My time with The Duke […]

Another journey down, on to the next chapter

Another journey down, on to the next chapter

By Andrew Holman | Sports Editor One day you are unpacking your life into a dorm room hoping to find your home away from home, and before you know it, you are picking up your cap and gown from the campus bookstore and staring down the last two weeks of your college life. Life comes […]

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 […]

Farewell, Duquesne

Farewell, Duquesne

By Joseph Sykes | Sports Editor In August 2012, I was beginning my freshman campaign at Duquesne University as well as writing my first few articles for The Duquesne Duke. It was a much different place back then, seeing as the staff was made up of entirely different people, with the exception of Big Bobby […]

Closing time: Editor-in-chief Routh says goodbye

Closing time: Editor-in-chief Routh says goodbye

By: Julian Routh | Editor-In-Chief For four years I’ve been thinking of what to write in this column. That’s because, as humans, it’s easy to obsess over time. We often focus on the end of the road instead of the path it takes to get there, only to get to the end and wonder, “Where […]

Whatever comes to mind: Living life on-screen

Whatever comes to mind: Living life on-screen

By George Flynn | Opinions Editor I’m a little delusional. In fact, I can be downright strange at times. I live my life like it is a television series. This is not a joke. I know what season I’m in and how many episodes are in each season. I know the story arcs that are […]

‘You don’t have to go home but you can’t stay here’

By Robyn Rudish-Laning | Editor-in-Chief When I first got involved at The Duke almost four years ago, I came hesitantly. I didn’t think I’d fit in, I didn’t know anyone at all and I had no idea what I was doing. Actually, my first semester at The Duke was a lot like my first year […]