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Arming teachers wrongly misconstrued

Arming teachers wrongly misconstrued

03/22/2018 By Vincent Gullo | Staff Columnist  An interesting quality about modern political discourse is that in the wake of tragedy and desperation, players from both sides of the aisle still find ways to belittle their political adversaries. The horrific shooting at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida was viewed as the last straw […]

Rangos dean given excellence

Rangos dean given excellence

By Carolyn Conte | For The Duquesne Duke Greg Frazer, dean of the Rangos School of Health Sciences, was honored with the Legacy of Excellence Award by The Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions in October. The award, which has not been bestowed on another person since 2011, was given to Frazer because he […]

Show me the money: President’s pay nears $700K

Show me the money: President’s pay nears $700K

By Julian Routh and Brittney Jackson | The Duquesne Duke Duquesne University President Charles Dougherty is among the top 100 highest paid presidents of private institutions in the country. Dougherty, who is the 97th highest paid, made $678,893 in 2011, according to a Chronicle of Higher Education report of the latest endowment data available. The […]