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Duquesne law student to join Navy’s JAG Corps

Duquesne law student to join Navy’s JAG Corps

Raymond Arke | News Editor 01/11/18 While “jag-off” is a common Western Pennsylvania insult, one Duquesne law student is pursuing a career where JAG would be her title, a joke she hears quite often. Amanda Perry, a fourth-year Duquesne law evening student, was recently accepted into the Navy Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps. Each branch […]

Those Who Served: Stories from Duquesne’s past and present student veterans

Those Who Served: Stories from Duquesne’s past and present student veterans

By Seth Culp-Ressler | Features Editor It’s Veterans Week on the Bluff. Building from the midweek Veterans Day, the Duquesne community is coming together for talks, movie screenings and breakfasts, all to honor and thank those men and women who have served our country. Keeping in line with that sentiment, we at The Duke thought […]

ROTC cadets reflect on summer success

ROTC cadets reflect on summer success

By Carolyn Conte | The Duquesne Duke Hiking mountain with Thai soldiers and rappelling from Blackhawk helicopters is not on most Duquesne students’ resumes. However, when Andrew Zumpino and Jesse Martin graduate from the university, they will both be able to list these feats as accomplishments. Zumpino and Martin are members of Duquesne’s Reserve Officers’ […]

DU among most military friendly

DU among most military friendly

By Adam Kelly | The Duquesne Duke Duquesne has been named to a 2014 list of the most military-friendly schools in the country by Victory Media. The Pittsburgh-based Victory Media Inc. compiles the top 20 percent of schools in the nation that provide the best experience to military students. The outlet administered a survey to […]