pittsburgh steelers

Jason Mignanelli | Staff Writer Nov. 21, 2019 If you actually watched the entire Steelers game on Thursday night and did not shut the TV off in disgust, then you were treated to one of the most bizarre fights in the history of the NFL. With approximately eight seconds remaining in the game, the Steelers […]

Biden: Rooney was “always about hope”

Biden: Rooney was “always about hope”

Raymond Arke | News Editor 03/22/18 “I can’t help but think Dan would insist we were making too much of a fuss.” This line, delivered by former Vice President Joe Biden, was one of many that honored the memory of Dan Rooney at “Sláinte! A Symposium Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Daniel M. Rooney” […]

Moving sports teams alters cities’ cultures, livelihoods

Moving sports teams alters cities’ cultures, livelihoods

By: Duke Staff  If you’re from Pittsburgh, chances are you love the Steelers. There’s something special that comes with identifying as a member of the Black & Gold culture – a culture created by six Super Bowl championships and thousands of loyal bars, restaurants and fans from all around the world. It’s a wonderful time […]

Preseason football doing more harm than good

By: Joseph Sykes | Sports Editor Sunday was a typical workday for two of the NFL’s premier franchises. The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers converged at Heinz Field for a glorified training camp session known as preseason football. This was just the second time in five years that the two clubs faced off […]

Oh, the places you can go … Explore your city!

With the semester nearly over, graduation rapidly approaching and the weather finally warming up, now’s the perfect time to step outside and take in all that Pittsburgh has to offer. Take an afternoon to check out the city’s staples or get off the beaten path and visit some of Pittsburgh’s hidden gems. Use the map […]