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Search for Kochu continues on Monongahela

Photo by Julian Routh | News Editor. The search for missing Duquesne graduate Paul Kochu took to the river last Thursday as volunteers kayaked the Monongahela River in pursuit of any clues of Kochu’s whereabouts. Volunteers also used a boat to search the embankment.

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Bluff battles snowy conditions

Photo by Claire Murray | Photo Editor. A student walks past Brottier Hall on Tuesday afternoon after Pittsburgh was hit with a storm that dumped more than five inches of snow on the region.

By Kaye Burnet | The Duquesne Duke

Duquesne students struggled across slick...Read More »


Stalking downtown's Gallery Crawl

By: Max Blechman | The Duquesne Duke

Organized by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, the quarterly Gallery Crawl in the Downtown Cultural District has become a crucial part of efforts to transform the city from rust-belt steel-town to a vibrant, thriving community. With 25 locations that displayed paintings and exhibits along Liberty...Read More »


Pop with a Purpose: New Corita Kent Exhibit explores the art of activism

(Courtesy of The Andy Warhol Museum) Corita Kent, E eye love, 1968, courtesy of Corita Art Center, Los Angeles.

By: Rebekah Devorak | For The Duquesne Duke

Think of the last name Kent: who is the first person that comes to mind? Typically it’s the famous...Read More »


Insert Token to Begin: South Side scores new arcade

By: Aaron Warnick | The Duquesne Duke

It’s like walking into fireworks. Lights of every color and unfamiliar noises bounce around the room from every direction. Immediately to your front, a row of machines, seemingly in a yelling match, shout “COMBO!” or “FIGHT!” The sound of several racecar games vrrmmm and...Read More »


Law school dean unafraid of enrollment drop

Photo by Trip Peters | For The Duquesne Duke. Students walk into the Duquesne law school, where enrollment numbers are down.

By Brandon Addeo | The Duquesne Duke

Duquesne’s law school suffered a drop in enrollment in the 2014-15 academic year, a trend that has affected...Read More »


MLK Day protest echoes social problems in U.S.

Photo by Claire Murray | Photo Editor. Marchers at a protest in Pittsburgh on Monday carry letters spelling out “#EndWhiteSilence,” a popular Twitter hashtag promoting racial justice in America.

By Kaye Burnet | The Duquesne Duke

More than 1,000 protesters marched down Fifth Avenue from

Oakland to...Read More »


Music overload at the Strip District Music Fest

By: Zach Brendza | Associate Editor

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