High Street Cafe Offers a Praise-Worthy Dining Experience

By: Jessica Fetrow Tucked away on Wisconsin Avenue in the heart of Georgetown, a five minute walk from the shops on M Street, lies a local, quaint neighborhood treasure. The High Street Cafe, a well-known American brasserie, is home to diverse and delicious cuisine, offering a taste of quintessential dishes with its own unique flair. Read More …

SGA Passes Legislation to Give Students 24/7 Access to Murphy’s in Final Meeting of the Semester

By Catherine O’Grady In the final SGA meeting of the semester on Monday night, SGA passed resolutions to increase availability to changing tables on campus,  give students around the clock access to Murphy’s lounge, and proposed the University make November 3, 2020, an academic holiday for the presidential election. The resolution to increase availability to Read More …

Former UNC Charlotte Student Kills Two and Injures Four in Horrific Shooting

By Thomas Holmes Late in the afternoon on Tuesday April 30, University of North Carolina Charlotte experienced a deadly shooting, killing two students; Ellis Parlier and Riley Howell, and injuring four more; Drew Pescaro, Sean DeHart, Rami Alramadhan, and Emily Houpt. Howell, 21, is a student who saved lives by charging the shooter in order Read More …

Rick Santorum Visits Catholic University to Receive Fishers of Men Award

By Rachel Stevens Rick Santorum, former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania, and his wife Karen Santorum came to The Catholic University of America on April 26, to receive the “Fishers of Men” award. The “Fishers of Men” award is presented to people who have exemplified exceptional evangelization of Catholic social teaching on life. The gala, hosted Read More …

Mental Health Crisis on CUA Campus Escalates

Photo: CUA Counseling Center By Jessica Fetrow The Catholic University of America’s Counseling Center has come under fire recently after announcing earlier in the semester through their website that they would no longer be scheduling new intakes. “Because of unusually high demand for services and a potentially longer than usual wait time between intake appointments Read More …