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Forward Fashion: Dress to Impress

Forward Fashion: Dress to Impress

02/08/2018 By Anna Walnoha | Staff Writer Some say it’s what’s on the that inside truly matters, but when the time comes to find a job or internship, your appearance matters quite a bit. Afterall, a polished ensemble can say a thousand words for a person before they even introduce themselves. Two women from Duquesne […]

SGA preps for new semester of Duquesne events

SGA preps for new semester of Duquesne events

Michael Marafino | Staff Writer 01/18/18 Students want their voices heard. The Student Government Association (SGA) allows students to vocalize their opinions and concerns and have them heard by the faculty and other committees. It acts as the bridge between the students and the Duquesne University Administration. Students from several schools of study at the […]

Spring Fashion 2017: What to do when winter won’t leave

Spring Fashion 2017: What to do when winter won’t leave

By Elsa Buehler | Staff Writer If the pessimistic memes on Twitter about bizarre weather conditions weren’t enough to inform you, Spring 2017 is here. This year, the typically cheerful season promises sporadic sunny days and absolutely zero consistent weather patterns. Already, we’ve seen extreme wind, countless rainy days and have even been affected in […]

Atypical A-Walk: Warm temperatures come to the Bluff

Atypical A-Walk: Warm temperatures come to the Bluff

By Claudia Hardy | Staff Writer ‘Tis the season for February weather, a time when folks anxiously wait for warmer temperatures and clouds that are not so heavy with snow. Every winter has its random warm days that lead us to think that we can bring shorts and tank tops out for good. This winter, […]

Spring 2017 Duquesne Events Preview

Spring 2017 Duquesne Events Preview

By Ollie Gratzinger | Asst. Features Editor As the holidays wind down and the spring semester sets in, it’s time to kiss candy canes and sleeping ‘till noon goodbye. Those responsibilities you’ve been ignoring for the past month are coming back with a vengeance, and textbooks sure aren’t going to read themselves. But fear not […]

Parks of the peninsula

Parks of the peninsula

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2016 Spring Fashion

2016 Spring Fashion

Click on each photo to expand. By Gabriella Vaccaro | The Duquesne Duke The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and it’s time to trade in UGGs for slip-on sneakers, leggings for shorts and skirts and heavy sweaters for short sleeves. But life on The Bluff can be quite unpredictable. The wind can make […]

Women’s wear: Spring 2015 fashion

Women’s wear: Spring 2015 fashion

By: Leah Devorak and Lauren Zawatski | For The Duquesne Duke At last, it’s that time of year when the snow melts and temperatures start to become bearable, and occasionally even pleasant. After a brutally cold winter where the only clothing options seemed to be layers, layers and more layers, it’s finally time to break […]

Staff Editorial: Protecting the planet beyond Earth Day

By Duke Staff April 22 was Earth Day, an annual event celebrated around the globe that places an emphasis on the protection of our great planet. Since the ‘70s, it’s been commonplace for individuals to plant trees, recycle and clean up litter on the special day. But just because Earth Day is behind us doesn’t […]

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 […]