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In Defense of the Humanities

An editorial by Lexie Broemmer, editor-in-chief of The Falcon As I was starting my freshman year at QU, I decided to major in Business Management. I didn’t do this because I liked business or anything to do with it; I did it because it seemed like the most practical major for me. I mean, a degree in business would help

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February Marks the Beginning for QU

By: Sarah Vahlkamp The month of February is a very special month for Quincy University. On February 6th, 1860, QU began classes with a first class of only 50 students. QU was originally built with a church, friary, and school for seminarians who were looking to receive their education for priesthood. However, the school was also open to laymen wanting

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