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Pittsburgh Go

Pittsburgh Go

By Seth Culp-Ressler | Features Editor This new school year sees the class of 2020 joining the Duquesne ranks. A warm welcome to all. Many new students will be as unfamiliar with Pittsburgh as they are with the college experience, and even those already acquainted with the Steel City still have to learn the ins […]

START-Play Hackers work to democratize play for all

START-Play Hackers work to democratize play for all

By Sydney McCabe | The Duquesne Duke Remember walking into Toys R Us as a kid, feeling like the possibilities for fun were endless? It’s a feeling that epitomizes childhood wonder and excitement, and it’s a feeling that every child should be entitled to. At least that’s how Duquesne’s START-Play Hackers feel, and they have […]

Whatever comes to mind: Magic lost for American Girl dolls

Whatever comes to mind: Magic lost for American Girl dolls

By George Flynn | Opinions Editor I remember when my sister got her first American Girl Doll. I was probably 5- or 6-years-old. All week, she would run to the window when she heard tires hit the gravel in front of our lovely childhood home. I remember she ran to the UPS truck as fast […]

Trick-or-Treat deserves unhealthy candy

By Kristen Kuron | Student Columnist Let’s face it, people love Halloween because you can virtually dress up as anything you want. However, I loved it as a child because of the free candy. When I was younger, I would hit as many houses as I could, covering two and a half neighborhoods. Then when […]