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200 years of “Frankenstein” haunt Duquesne

200 years of “Frankenstein” haunt Duquesne

Jamie Crow | Staff Writer 08/30/2018 During a stormy summer on Lake Geneva in Switzerland 200 years ago, Mary Shelley penned her famous novel Frankenstein for a writing competition between friends. It is a story that has captivated and horrified audiences for ages. In an effort to celebrate the classic’s longevity, the history of its […]

BREAKING: Duquesne Public Safety apprehends Gumberg suspect

BREAKING: Duquesne Public Safety apprehends Gumberg suspect

Raymond Arke | Editor-in-Chief 07/25/2018 On July 25, Duquesne University Public Safety announced in an email alert that they have apprehended a suspect after a female student reported a man allegedly fondling himself in Gumberg Library yesterday evening. The announcement followed an earlier email alert on July 25 publicizing the incident. The crime alert email […]

Student Government Association hosts textbook program

Student Government Association hosts textbook program

Raymond Arke | News Editor Purchasing textbooks is often one of every college student’s least favorite activities. They tend to be expensive and often little used. However, Duquesne’s Student Government Association (SGA) is offering students a better option. The SGA’s textbook loan program offers students the opportunity to borrow their books for free from Gumberg […]

Gumberg should extend late-night hours to help students

Gumberg should extend late-night hours to help students

By Alison Caracciolo | Staff Columnist It’s that time of year again. The week of seemingly-endless sleep deprivation and countless anxiety-ridden finals. With each passing year, these nightmarish exams seem to creep upon us faster than we are ready for them. But nevertheless, it is time to hit the grind once again. Now is the […]

A dip into The Duke archives: November 17, 2005

A dip into The Duke archives: November 17, 2005

By Jamie Crow | Staff Writer Since 1925, The Duquesne Duke has been serving the Duquesne community by reporting on the issues that matter. Thanks to the Gumberg Library Digital Collections, our 90-plus year history is always just a few clicks away. With that in mind, here is the third of many dips back into […]

A dip into The Duke archives: Oct. 13, 1938

A dip into The Duke archives: Oct. 13, 1938

By Nina Saluga | Staff Writer Since 1925, The Duquesne Duke has been serving the Duquesne community by reporting on the issues that matter. Thanks to the Gumberg Library Digital Collections, our 90-plus year history is always just a few clicks away. With that in mind, here is the second of many dips back into […]

A dip into The Duke archives: Sept. 8, 1977

A dip into The Duke archives: Sept. 8, 1977

By Seth Culp-Ressler | Features Editor Since 1925, The Duquesne Duke has been serving the Duquesne community by reporting on the issues that matter. Thanks to the Gumberg Library Digital Collections, our 90-plus year history is always just a few clicks away. With that in mind, here is the first of many dips back into […]

2015 Guide to Duquesne: Everything you need to know

2015 Guide to Duquesne: Everything you need to know

By Julian Routh | Editor-in-Chief Where do I go if… …I’m hungry? Sean Hogan Dining Center: On the second floor of Towers Living Leaning Center is Duquesne’s main cafeteria, which has everything your stomach desires in unlimited quantity. This buffet-style eatery has a grill area with burgers, hot dogs and fries, as well as a […]

Table Wars: With finals on the horizon, students struggle for space at Gumberg

Table Wars: With finals on the horizon, students struggle for space at Gumberg

By: Seth Culp-Ressler | Features Editor As finals fast approach, an age-old conflict will soon flare up once again. As happens at the end of every semester, the divisive issue will anger some and annoy others. Before too long Gumberg Library, the main battleground for the struggle, will see debris littered far and wide, covering […]

Samson, Spirit Party run table in election

Samson, Spirit Party run table in election

By Jen Cardone | The Duquesne Duke He envisions “Hogwarts seating” with long rows of tables, hopefully closer to power outlets. He foresees it as similar to the law school library. Samson said he would also like to bring back the Greek tables in Towers Dining Hall and in the library during pledge week. Vice […]