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Duquesne University held graduation on Friday, May 9 where 260 liberal arts undergrads and 50 music undergrads out of about 1580 students graduated. Students with art history, digital media arts, English, music education, music technology, music performance, music therapy, and theater arts majors are now recipients of a Bachelor’s degree and are prepared to take the next step in their lives.
To start his future, recent Mary Paupper Duquesne University School of Music graduate, Stefan Krut, who plays the violin, is continuing his education at California State University in Los Angeles with a masters in music.
He feels Duquesne has prepared him well for the real world. Krut says, “You know what you need to know, but when you get out, the rest is up to you.”
Kristen Kuron graduated from Duquesne with two degrees: English and digital media arts and has been accepted to the Duquesne University School of Law.
Kuron said, “Duquesne has been an amazing school to learn what to do with your education. All my professors liked to explain career options in relation to what their classes taught.”
Kuron has applied for an internship at a law firm in downtown Pittsburgh, as well as at a company in need of a web designer and builder. She plans to keep a job through the school year while taking law classes at night.
To help these students prepare to use their arts degrees, the career services offer job listings and help the students write their resumes, as well as discussions with a panel of successful alumni.

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