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Eating, shopping and schoolwork: How to do Thanksgiving Break right

Eating, shopping and schoolwork: How to do Thanksgiving Break right

Hannah Rauh | Staff Writer Just imagine a picturesque Thanksgiving dinner — turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes steaming on the table while everyone is busy catching up with each other and telling stories about their past few months. It’s a great thing to come home for the holidays, and especially Thanksgiving considering the nature of […]

Rome traveler talks truth about studying abroad

Rome traveler talks truth about studying abroad

Anna Walnoha | Staff Writer 09/21/17 To have the opportunity to study abroad is amazing. You have the chance to take in new places and cultures, meet new people and maybe even make lifelong friends or find an incredible story to tell on a job interview. After you sign up to study abroad, talk to […]

Crossword Puzzles: A finals week proposal

Crossword Puzzles: A finals week proposal

By Seth Culp-Ressler | Features Editor As the semester draws to a close and finals loom on the horizon, I have a suggestion for Duquesne students: Immerse yourself in the world of crossword puzzles. It’s my method this year for staving off end-of-the-semester stresses, and I think you could benefit from the practice as well. […]

Gumberg should extend late-night hours to help students

Gumberg should extend late-night hours to help students

By Alison Caracciolo | Staff Columnist It’s that time of year again. The week of seemingly-endless sleep deprivation and countless anxiety-ridden finals. With each passing year, these nightmarish exams seem to creep upon us faster than we are ready for them. But nevertheless, it is time to hit the grind once again. Now is the […]

Gumberg grievances: study with courtesy

Gumberg grievances: study with courtesy

By Duke Staff Students of Duquesne, where have our manners gone? Gumberg Library recently announced a new policy for finals week: Students who leave their unattended belongings on tables in the library for too long will have their items confiscated and held at the front counter for pick-up. This is the library staff’s latest effort […]

Campus copes with neverending Fall semester

Campus copes with neverending Fall semester

By Jessica Goldstein | The Duquesne Duke As the semester crawls closer to an end, schoolwork and stress only continue to climb. Responsibilities pile high and all students struggle to maintain stability in the crazy whirlwind that is college. If there isn’t an exam coming up, there’s an eight page paper around the corner. The […]

The Final Countdown: Campus stress builds as exams draw near

The Final Countdown: Campus stress builds as exams draw near

By: Seth Culp-Ressler | Asst. Features Editor With classes coming to a close and exams fast approaching, stress and anxiety are beginning to take hold of many a Duquesne student. While this time of the term is undoubtedly one of the most difficult for a vast majority of students, the negative effects can certainly be […]