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Campus organizations donate funds to synagogue

Campus organizations donate funds to synagogue

Kellen Stepler | Staff Writer 11/08/18 It has been a little over a week since the Tree of Life shooting in Squirrel Hill, but support from the Pittsburgh community – and beyond – has been abundant. Groups and organizations on Duquesne’s campus are supporting the Tree of Life synagogue after the shooting in any way […]

Greeks revive popular Lenten fish fry

Greeks revive popular Lenten fish fry

Gabriella DiPietro | Staff Writer 02/22/18 With the start of the Lenten season, Duquesne University once again hosts meatless options for practicing Christians on days where fasting is expected, including a fish fry brought to campus by one of its fraternities. Beginning on Ash Wednesday and continuing every following Friday during Lent, the brothers of […]

Student groups help Puerto Rico victims

Student groups help Puerto Rico victims

Sairah Aslam | Staff Writer 10/12/17 Student groups across Duquesne, spearheaded by the Latin American Student Association, have raised more than $2,000 for the victims of Hurricane Maria that struck Puerto Rico in late September. At Duquesne, the community quickly launched a fundraiser to alleviate some of the island’s burden. The initiative has been dubbed […]

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 […]