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Gen. Michael Hayden hospitalized after stroke

Gen. Michael Hayden hospitalized after stroke

Gabriella DiPietro | News Editor 11/29/2018 Duquesne alumnus and North Side native Gen. Michael V. Hayden was hospitalized due to a stroke, his family announced Friday, Nov. 23. Gen. Hayden, 73, was the head of the CIA and NSA during the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations, before retiring in 2009. “Our thoughts and […]

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 […]

Protests erupt at Hayden speech

Protests erupt at Hayden speech

By Raymond Arke and Kaye Burnet | The Duquesne Duke Four young men interrupted a talk with General Michael Hayden in the Duquesne University Power Center Ballroom Tuesday afternoon, holding signs and calling Hayden a “war criminal,” according to students attending the event. Duquesne junior international relations major Natalie Lemmo was listening to the presentation when […]

Whistleblower in the running for Nobel Peace Prize

By Pat Higgins | Asst. Sports Editor Does Edward Snowden deserve the Nobel Peace Prize? Norwegian parliamentarians Snorre Valen and Baard Begar Solhjell think so. The two nominated Snowden for his disclosure about National Security Agency spying, according to a report from Bloomberg on Jan. 29. In a letter, Valen and Solhjell wrote, “The public […]