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Duquesne University Magazine

Published twice annually, our award-winning magazine highlights:

  • Alumni news and updates
  • Student and faculty accomplishments, awards and stories
  • Current events from our academics, centers, researchers, and the world

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Reflections on Rome: Exploring Duquesne's Connections to Italy

A Decade in the Dominican Republic

Biden, Former Steelers Honor Dan Rooney at University Event

DU Students Bring Voices to Life Through Oral History

Engaging to Make a Difference

Duquesne to Host National Experts at First Amendment Conference in October


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Biden, Former Steelers Honor Dan Rooney at University Event

Reported by Recent Duquesne University Graduate Sydney Bauer

Slainte! Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Dan Rooney, a day-long symposium honoring the life of former Pittsburgh Steelers Chairman and U.S. Ambassador to Ireland Dan Rooney, drew a crowd of 700 people to Duquesne University. A Duquesne alumnus, Rooney died last year at the age of 84. Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden delivered the keynote address. The symposium explored Rooney’s impact on Pittsburgh, Ireland, the Catholic Church and the National Football League.

When in Rome…
Duquesne’s Growing International Programs Offer Life-Changing Experiences for Students

Reported by Recent Duquesne University Graduate Sydney Bauer

Students at Duquesne University’s Italian campus study history where it was made and artwork where it was created. They also have the opportunity to immerse themselves in other cultures, traveling throughout Europe. Founded in 2001, the Rome program typically educates 140 to 150 students each year who receive relevant “hands-on” experiences, community service opportunities and time for personal reflection.