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Minority internship program celebrates 10 years

Minority internship program celebrates 10 years

Gabriella DiPietro | Staff Writer 01/18/18 In 2007, Duquesne’s human resources department created the Minority Development Internship Program in order to promote a more inclusive and diverse workforce. Now, they are celebrating 10 years of success and job placement. The Minority Development Internship Program works to provide college-educated minorities with employment opportunities. These interns, after […]

Career Closet opens on campus

Career Closet opens on campus

Gabriella DiPietro | Staff Writer 10/05/17 College students have a lot on their plate, whether it’s homework, student organizations, athletics, you name it. Many students may be stressed over upcoming job interviews, along with the added stress of finding something appropriate and professional to wear. Duquesne is helping alleviate some of this anxiety with its […]

Rock that résumé: Crafting a perfect personal image

Rock that résumé: Crafting a perfect personal image

By Seth Culp-Ressler | Features Editor For most seniors in college, the spring semester of their final academic year is a daunting, stressful time. Finally, after years of having the question “What are you doing after graduating?” pelted at you every holiday break, you actually need an answer. Coming to some sort of conclusion — […]

Millennials wrongly given bad reputation in workplace

Millennials wrongly given bad reputation in workplace

By Alison Caracciolo | Staff Columnist  Do you ever get tired of the stigma people place upon the so-called lazy and egotistical millennial generation? In today’s society, the baby boomers have begun to enter retirement, and millennials have started to enter the workforce with those from Generation X. Since I am a millennial, I’ve noticed […]

Future grads fear not: jobs will come to fruition

Future grads fear not: jobs will come to fruition

By Carley Thieret | Student Columnist When I was younger, people always asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up; my answer changed about a million times. From teacher, to doctor, to crossing guard, I could never make up my mind. As a senior in my last semester of college, I am entering […]

Whatever comes to mind: Living life without your best friend

Whatever comes to mind: Living life without your best friend

By George Flynn | Opinions Editor Friends come and friends go, but what do you do when your best friend moves on with his or her life for bigger and better opportunities? They will always be there for you with phone calls and skype conversations, but it is never the same as seeing someone every […]