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We should care about Sri Lanka attack more than Notre Dame fire

We should care about Sri Lanka attack more than Notre Dame fire

04/25/2019 By Duke Staff Tragedy struck in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, when nine suicide bombers killed more than 300 people and injured hundreds more in coordinated attacks at churches and hotels throughout the country. According to USA Today, Sri Lanka’s Defense Minister Ruwan Wijewardene has stated that the attacks, which targeted the nation’s Christian […]

College Football Playoff System an overwhelming success

Pat Higgins | Sports Editor In the first season of college football sans the BCS, things are the way they should have been for half a decade with the institution of a four-team playoff system. Last week the panel of experts released its first ever Playoff Rankings. Atop the rankings are undefeated Mississippi State and […]

Burt enters first year with high expectations

Andy Hornak | The Duquesne Duke Dan Burt is entering his first year as head coach of the Duquesne’s women’s basketball team in charge of a talented team focused on one goal: the NCAA Tournament. He was hired in April after spending six years as the top assistant under Suzie McConnell-Serio, who unexpectedly accepted the […]

University deemed ‘best value’ by U.S. News

University deemed ‘best value’ by U.S. News

By Pat Higgins | Asst. Sports Editor September has arrived, the fall semester is in full bloom and U.S. News and World Report has released the Best Colleges 2014 edition. Duquesne ranks once again as a top tier national university and more notably, one of six Catholic institutions in the top 50 Best Value Schools […]