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Foreign language education in the U.S. must be better

Foreign language education in the U.S. must be better

03/15/2018 By Ollie Gratzinger | Opinions Editor  If I had a dollar for how many times I’ve heard students here on the Bluff complaining about required foreign language classes, I’d be able to pay my Starbucks tab through finals (and I drink a lot of coffee). Seriously, what is it with Duquesne students and the […]

Duquesne HR training specialist appointed to Gwen’s Girls board

Duquesne HR training specialist appointed to Gwen’s Girls board

Liza Zulick | Staff Writer A Duquesne employee will be helping young Pittsburgh girls who are at-risk of violence, teen pregnancy and entering the juvenile justice system. On Sept. 21, Erroline Williams of the Human Resources Office was given a position on the Board of Directors for Gwen’s Girls, a non-profit charity organization founded in […]

SGA one step closer to free book loans

SGA one step closer to free book loans

By Casey Chafin | The Duquesne Duke Starting next semester, Duquesne students will have an alternative to buying or renting books for University Core classes. The Student Government Association plans to hold a crowdsourcing fundraiser for the Student Loan Initiative Program, with a goal of purchasing three copies of books for 10 different UCOR classes, […]