Pennsylvania gives few legal shields to LGBT Community

By Brandon Addeo| The Duquesne Duke Businesses in Indiana are not allowed to refuse service to homosexuals, following a backlash which has brought revisions to Indiana’s new religious freedom law. In Pennsylvania, businesses are free to discriminate as they wish, and there is no overarching law to stop them. According to Duquesne law professor Bruce […]

Government media infringes on First Amendment

Corey Fischer | Student Columnist America. Land of the free, home of the brave. The land of opportunity. For the past two centuries we have clung to ideals and practices that have made us these things, and we have been very careful to preserve the freedoms and rights we as Americans have so that they […]

Looming debate surrounds PA University gun ban

Looming debate surrounds PA University gun ban

By Brittney Jackson | The Duquesne Duke A proposed policy by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education could ban guns in “sensitive areas” on the campuses of 14 publicly owned universities in the state. In fall 2013, the Public Safety and Security Task Force assembled by the state system drafted a policy that would […]