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Professor debuts musical work

Professor debuts musical work

Alex Wolfe | Staff Writer 02/22/18 “My love letter to water.” That’s how Associate Professor of Music Technology Lynn Purse referred to her newest composition. The piece, titled “Watershed for Cello and Orchestra,” is a four -part movement composed for cellist and Adjunct Cello Professor Adam Liu and the Duquesne Symphony Orchestra. The piece premiered […]

Deal in works to renew free ‘T’ fare zone

Deal in works to renew free ‘T’ fare zone

By Brittney Jackson | The Duquesne Duke Several city organizations are tasked with renewing a contract by next March that will keep the Pittsburgh Light Rail free within the city. The Steelers, Stadium Authority, Rivers Casino and Alco Parking have a contract with the Pittsburgh Port Authority to subsidize the Pittsburgh Light Rail, otherwise known […]

Trail set to expand as warm weather nears

Trail set to expand as warm weather nears

By Brittney Jackson | The Duquesne Duke The Three Rivers Heritage Trail continues to grow along Pittsburgh’s riverfronts and will be setting a date to unveil its latest extension this month. The trail, a project supervised by non-profit organization Friends of the Riverfront, is currently 24 miles long, but the new extension will add another […]