Duquesne Basketball Announcer Dom Errico Dies From COVID-19 ComplicationsDuquesne Basketball public address announcer Dom Errico died from complications brought on by COVID-19.
Dannielle Brown, Mother Of Duquesne Student Who Fell To His Death, Taken To Hospital On Day 236 Of Hunger StrikeDannielle Brown, the mother of a Duquesne student who fell to his death, was taken to the hospital on Day 236 on her hunger strike.
Winter Weather Impacts Tuesday Classes And Labs At Duquesne UniversityDuquesne University says classes and labs before 10:50 a.m. on Tuesday will be held remotely.
Duquesne University Shifting Classes To Virtual Learning Ahead Of Winter StormThe incoming weather is forcing classes to go virtual today at Duquesne University.
WATCH: Behind-The-Scenes Look At Duquesne's New UPMC Cooper FieldhouseTuesday will be an exciting day for Duquesne Athletics.
Renovated Duquesne University Sports Arena Set For Grand OpeningDuquesne University's renovated sports arena is ready to open.
Duquesne Univ. Asked To Bring Back Professor Fired For Using N-Word During ClassThere's a push for Duquesne University to rehire a professor who used a racial slur in class.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Trains Pharmacy Students To Administer VaccineMore than 400 Duquesne University pharmacy students have now been trained to help administer COVID-19 vaccines.
Allegheny County Bar Association’s Prayer Breakfast Honors Martin Luther King Jr. Virtually The 22nd annual Allegheny County Bar Association’s prayer breakfast was held virtually due to the pandemic.
Local Universities Respond To Violence, Turmoil At The U.S. CapitolIn the wake of violence and chaos at the U.S. Capitol last week, many university leaders in the Pittsburgh area took time to respond to the turmoil.
Dunn-Martin Scores 11 To Lift Duquesne Over Fordham 48-45Tavian Dunn-Martin, who suddenly became Duquesne’s lone starting guard hours before the game, scored 11 points as Duquesne narrowly beat Fordham 48-45.