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Spring 2018: Events and activities to expect this semester

Spring 2018: Events and activities to expect this semester

01/11/2018 By Ollie Gratzinger | Features Editor Welcome back to the Bluff! With winter break now a thing of the past, the time has come to pack away your sugarplum dreams, bundle up and brave the new year. But worry not! When stress levels call for an intermission in studying and you find yourself seeking […]

Duquesne musts: Campus’ best ways to get involved

Duquesne musts: Campus’ best ways to get involved

Leah Devorak | Editor-in-Chief Starting college is a daunting task. Moving into a dorm and leaving your family behind is bad enough, but it only gets tougher from there. With loaded schedules, difficult classes and so much reading and studying, it’s hard to even find time to breathe. OK, so that’s a huge exaggeration. Lucky […]

Spring 2017 Duquesne Events Preview

Spring 2017 Duquesne Events Preview

By Ollie Gratzinger | Asst. Features Editor As the holidays wind down and the spring semester sets in, it’s time to kiss candy canes and sleeping ‘till noon goodbye. Those responsibilities you’ve been ignoring for the past month are coming back with a vengeance, and textbooks sure aren’t going to read themselves. But fear not […]

Spring 2016 Duquesne Events Preview

Spring 2016 Duquesne Events Preview

By Seth Culp-Ressler | Features Editor While it may not feel like the season ever even started, as of yesterday, yet another winter break has been relegated to the history books. Classes are back in full swing, and the multitudes of events to be found around campus are back as well. From milkshake nights to comedians […]

Duquesne on zero dollars a day

Duquesne on zero dollars a day

By: Kaye Burnet | The Duquesne Duke I wake a few minutes earlier than usual, get ready for the day and scurry toward the Assumption Hall lobby. When I enter, boxes of fresh donuts and steaming thermoses of hot chocolate and coffee greet me. The best part is: this breakfast won’t cost me a thing. […]