News coverage highlighting Duquesne’s experts and initiatives.

Sept. 2
Ferrante Jury to Come from Allegheny County, Not Dauphin County
The Tribune-Review quoted Associate Law Professor Wes Oliver in this article about the jury selection for a case in which a local doctor is accused of fatally poisoning his wife with cyanide.

Harrison Rejects Criticism of Disorderly Conduct Ordinance
Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz was quoted in this Tribune-Review article about Harrison Township commissioners approving a request that will allow police the option to cite someone for being disorderly as an ordinance violation.

Sept. 1
Clean-up Attracts 250 Duquesne Students
The South Pittsburgh Reporter included this article about Duquesne freshmen participating in a collaborative clean-up effort with the South Side Chamber of Commerce and the PA Resources Council.

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