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Duquesne hosts discussion on Turkey’s need for free press

Duquesne hosts discussion on Turkey’s need for free press

Hallie Lauer | Layout & Features Editor 04/12/2018 In a time when freedom of the press is contradicted by governments across the globe, Abdülhamit Bilici, the former editor-in-chief of Turkey’s largest newspaper, told his story of March 4, 2016 — the day his paper was taken over by the Turkish government. For this panel discussion […]

Akinci set to become new Duquesne health sciences school dean

Akinci set to become new Duquesne health sciences school dean

Raymond Arke | Asst. News Editor A professional with international experience will take over as dean of Duquesne students in health sciences majors. Last week, it was announced that Fevzi Akinci, formerly a professor and administrator at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, will become the new dean of Rangos School of Health Sciences starting this […]

Whatever comes to mind: The positives to having a small Thanksgiving

Whatever comes to mind: The positives to having a small Thanksgiving

By George Flynn | Opinions Editor Thanksgiving is always a riot at my grandparent’s house. My grandmother Florence, is the sweetest woman to grace the planet. And yet, without a doubt she will bring up morbid topics like the death penalty over mashed potatoes. My grandfather Andrew, will sit there in silence and give me […]

Thanksgiving lasts a lifetime

By Michael Flewelling