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Mac Miller’s family announces new album Circles

Mac Miller’s family announces new album <em>Circles</em>

Jessica Fortunato | Staff Writer 01/16/19 On Jan. 8, the family of deceased Pittsburgh rap artist/producer Mac Miller announced via Instagram that Miller’s album, Circles, will be released on Jan. 17. Miller was found dead in September 2018 due to an accidental drug overdose of fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol. The Instagram post was the first […]

Doctor Who season boasts culturally relevant themes

Doctor Who season boasts culturally relevant themes

Ollie Gratzinger | Editor-in-Chief 01/16/19 Climate change, evil corporate execs and rumors of governmental corruption — it could be your Twitter feed, or it could be Season 12 of Doctor Who. Jodie Whittaker resumes her role as the approachable yet enigmatic thirteenth Doctor, who, along with her titular trio of companions, travels through space and […]

Duquesne to add school of osteopathic medicine

Duquesne to add school of osteopathic medicine

By Gabriella DiPietro | Features Editor Duquesne’s campus seems to be ever-changing and evolving — a trend that will continue as the university adds a medical college to the mix. The university announced that it will be launching a College of Osteopathic Medicine, which will be the second medical school in Pittsburgh and the first […]

Students offered new courses

Kellen Stepler | Staff Writer 10/18/2018 Believe it or not, the time to start registering for spring semester classes is quickly approaching. As students scramble to sign up for courses and credits, Duquesne University’s Center for Catholic Faith and Culture’s (CCFC) Catholicism and the Common Good grant has a solution for students interested in an […]

‘The Post’ solidifies need for free press

‘The Post’ solidifies need for free press

By Hallie Lauer | Layout Editor 01/18/2018 Steven Spielberg has come very close to outdoing himself with The Post. The movie, while providing a few laughs, a few tears and a wonderful dose of dramatic irony, also managed to deliver a poignant lesson on history and modern politics. Overall, the cinematography of this film was […]

New ‘Pokémon’ games fail to entice second visit to Alola

New ‘Pokémon’ games fail to entice second visit to Alola

Zachary Landau | A&E Editor 12/07/17 To be frank, I honestly don’t know what this is even going to be about. Never have I felt so apathetic about reviewing a game in my life, such is the depths of mediocrity and disappointment that Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon instills in the player throughout its miserable […]

New security studies major gains popularity

New security studies major gains popularity

Hallie Lauer | Layout Editor 11/16/17 Students now have the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of alum Michael Hayden, into careers in organizations such as the NSA and the CIA. This is all possible through Duquesne’s new International Security Studies major. International Security Studies, which is part of the interdisciplinary program at Duquesne is […]

New campus concessions bring new obsessions

New campus concessions bring new obsessions

Ollie Gratzinger | Features Editor With the start of a new semester here on the Bluff, Duquesne has unveiled a slew of dining delights designed to offer up some variety to on-campus eating. When Hogan’s pizza and burgers start to get a little tiresome, chicken tenders at Incline no longer satisfy and you realize it […]

Akinci set to become new Duquesne health sciences school dean

Akinci set to become new Duquesne health sciences school dean

Raymond Arke | Asst. News Editor A professional with international experience will take over as dean of Duquesne students in health sciences majors. Last week, it was announced that Fevzi Akinci, formerly a professor and administrator at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, will become the new dean of Rangos School of Health Sciences starting this […]

Duquesne JMA to launch new Sports Information and Media major

Duquesne JMA to launch new Sports Information and Media major

Liza Zulick | Staff Writer Duquesne’s Journalism and Multimedia Arts (JMA) department is launching a new Sports Information and Media major, minor and certificate for the Fall 2017 semester. Available to current and future students, the new major uses all of the same university cores as JMA and adds new, required sports media classes. JMA […]