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Duquesne’s History Forum discusses WWI and America

Duquesne’s History Forum discusses WWI and America

Raymond Arke | News Editor America was in crisis. Threats of immigrants, border friction with Mexico and a meddling European power felt overwhelming. This was the scene set by Michael Neiberg, a professor from the U.S. Army War College, as he discussed America and its entry into World War I as part of Duquesne’s 51st […]

French connections: The Lourdes Grotto

French connections: The Lourdes Grotto

By Sydney McCabe | The Duquesne Duke Cloaked in moss and nestled in a far corner of campus away from the hustle and bustle of A-Walk, the Grotto provides the perfect spot for prayerful meditators, day-dreamers, stress-relief seekers and sunset watchers alike. But despite the frequent visits it receives, many Duquesne students have little to […]

Freedom of speech attacked in Paris, France

As editors of a publication, we have the right to publish our thoughts and stances. We have received numerous hate mail, demands to take down stories online but what protects us and every other publication in this country is the right to freedom of speech and press. However much you disagree with our words, we […]

Spring Break Away: Escapades throughout Espana and Bonjour, France

Spring Break Away: Escapades throughout Espana and Bonjour, France

By: Taylor Stessney  |  The Duquesne Duke I was watching from the highest row of the stadium in my first FC Barcelona game. Next thing I know, I’m sitting at a restaurant along the Mediterranean Sea eating seafood paella. Fast forward a few more hours and I’m watching real-life flamenco dancers. You could say that […]