philosophy

Professor switches to a new department for the new school year

Professor switches to a new department for the new school year

Kailey Love | Photo Editor With all the political division that has been the central focus of debate in the U.S. this year, Michael Rudar, a professor of philosophy at Duquesne who will be teaching courses in the Political Science department this year, believes it is time we return to the basics. Describing himself as […]

Academic Anomalies: The craziest classes of spring 2016

Academic Anomalies: The craziest classes of spring 2016

By Claudia Hardy | Staff Writer While scrolling through the course list, have you ever come across classes where you can’t help but say “seriously, who would ever take this?” Some classes are oddly specific while others are just flat-out bizarre. Finding weird classes at any College or University is not difficult. Duquesne is no […]

Philosophically speaking, college needs humanities

By Pat Higgins | Asst. Sports Editor   Ask a student on campus enrolled in a philosophy or sociology class and he may voice his disdain for having to take a core class related to liberal arts. “Why should I have to study philosophy that somebody wrote 400 years ago if I’m a business major? […]