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‘Green’ group teaches proper recycling

‘Green’ group teaches proper recycling

By Casey Chafin | The Duquesne Duke A student group on campus is working hard to clear up any confusion Duquesne students, faculty and staff might have when it comes to proper recycling. Gretchen Scheetz, co-president of Evergreen, a student group dedicated to making Duquesne more environmentally friendly, said her organization is currently working to […]

DU Sustainability MBA program ranked

DU Sustainability MBA program ranked

By Gigi Jeddi | The Duquesne Duke Duquesne’s Masters of Business Administration with a Sustainability Focus is the 4th best MBA program in the United States and 10th best in the world, according to recent rankings in Corporate Knights Magazine. Diane Ramos, associate director of graduate business programs, teaches outreach classes for the program. The […]

Beyond Earth Day: Duquesne goes green all year, on campus and in the community

Beyond Earth Day: Duquesne goes green all year, on campus and in the community

By: Lauren Zawatski | The Duquesne Duke As Earth Day comes and goes once more, the task of “going green” and keeping planet Earth healthy and sustainable continues to be celebrated. Duquesne does its part not just every April 22, but year round as well. From the “green” co-generation system that powers campus, to community […]

2030 District partners with Duquesne

2030 District partners with Duquesne

By Max Blechman | The Duquesne Duke The Green Building Alliance’s Pittsburgh initiative, which seeks to reduce energy use, recently expanded to include the Bluff among its participating regions, but it is still unclear what steps Duquesne will take to reach the goals of the program. Duquesne and UPMC Mercy both agreed to take part […]

Garcia Wins Close One

By Saúl Berríos-Thomas     Young fighters have to prove they can beat savvy veterans on their way to the top. Some fighters shine in these fights, while other struggle, but get the necessary win. Garcia didn’t look great, but he got the rounds and experience. Williams showed he is a force to be reckoned […]

St. Patrick’s Day causes crisis

By Katie Borzellica

Staff Editorial: State of the Union address missed important points

By Duke Staff As President Obama delivered his fifth State of the Union last Tuesday, members of the audience applauded nearly after every topic. While it seemed like a successful evening, a closer inspection of Obama’s words left us at The Duke less than willing to give a standing ovation. Going green (but not evergreen) […]