News & Events


Liberal Arts Live
5/18/2020 2:30 - 4:00 PM EDT - Sign up!
6/1/2020 2:30 - 4:00 PM EDT - Sign up!

If you can't join us for our Virtual Accepted Students Day or just have a question - sign up for our weekly Liberal Arts Live session with Dean Blair and Associate Dean Kern and our student ambassadors (sign up to receive Zoom room information).

Liberal Arts Virtual Accepted Students Day
5/16/2020 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM EDT
via Zoom (register for event for location)

We're very excited to welcome you into the Duquesne family - and that's exactly who we are here on the Bluff - a family. We all are living in a time of uncertainty, but please know this time will pass and you will start your next exciting chapter with people committed to your success.

Join us for our Virtual Accepted Students Day - we will have representatives from our academic programs and various campus offices and services.  Click here to sign up!

Minor in Interreligious Studies Open House
3/1 12:30-1:30 PM
Union Ballroom

Join Janett Cordové of the Interfaith Youth Core for "Building Bridges Between Faiths," where you will learn all about the College's new minor, Interreligious Studies.

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Annual Vietnam Symposium: Conversations with Veterans of the Vietnam War
3/11 6:30 - 8:30 PM
Power Center Ballroom

An evening of storytelling and discussion with Vietnam veterans about their experiences during and after their service.

Divergent Musicalities


We are working to reschedule the event for Fall 2020

Divergent Musicalities is an event focused on teaching, learning, sharing, and making music with people who are on the autism spectrum. The symposium features musicians on the autism spectrum, music educators, and scholars who study the relationship between autism and music.

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Accepted Students Day


We welcome newly accepted students to campus to explore facilities, meet faculty, and prepare for life as a Duke!

Event Series

Coffeehouse Readings

Enjoy a coffee and an evening of poetry, prose, and storytelling, courtesy of the English Department.

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Philosophy Speaker Series

The Philosophy Department hosts a number of insightful and enlightening speakers throughout the academic year. Talks are held in the Simon Silverman Center in Gumberg Library.

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Psychology Colloquia

The Colloquium is a forum for addressing issues that may not be covered in courses or practica but which we nevertheless regard as making a significant contribution to one's clinical skills, knowledge, and professional self-confidence. All students, faculty, and adjunct faculty are of course welcome.