Carousel Finishes Successful Run at CUA Music School

By Maria Rodriguez Heart-tugging melodies and a picture-perfect set design complemented a talented pool of performers in the Music School’s production of Carousel this past weekend. The show started with an impressive opening number which included a carousel top coming … Continue reading

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Danny Elfman’s Film Music at Kennedy Center

By Maria Rodriguez Just in time for Halloween the Kennedy Center featured the concert Danny Elfman’s Music From The Films of Time Burton. The show featured suites of the composers music set to concept art and film clips from the … Continue reading

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Our War Remembers the 150th Anniversary of The Civil War

by Piero Filpi The Mead Center for American Theater premiered their new play Our War last Friday, October 24th at Arena Stage in honor of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. Our War shows the impact of the Civil … Continue reading

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Student-University Relations

By Antonette Jane Academia The March for Reform that was held Monday at McMahon/Pryz was a huge step forward in bringing about institutional reform at this university, and potentially, the Catholic Church. Upon posing this question on twitter, I’ve read a lot … Continue reading

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Students Gather to Protest Lack of Communication

By Jonathan Holmes A group of students and alumni took part in a rally Monday to protest the lack of communication between the student body and the administration. The group of students, calling itself Lift CUA, passed out pamphlets and … Continue reading

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CUA Knights Honored at Retreat

At the 2014 Knights of Columbus College Councils Conference this past weekend, the Catholic University Knights of Columbus Council was named the Outstanding College Council. Father Michael McGivney founded the Knights of Columbus in 1881 in New Haven, Connecticut. At … Continue reading

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Arts Walk Tower Lights Up

The Brookland community came together on October 2 to celebrate the Grand Opening of the Monroe Street Market with the lighting of the Art Walk Tower. The Art Walk is located just past the CUA-Brookland Metro stop and is made … Continue reading

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Alum Named Archbishop of Chicago

On September 20th Pope Francis named Catholic University Alumnus Bishop Blase J. Cupich as the Archbishop of Chicago beginning on November 18th of this year. Cupich was born in March of 1949 in Nebraska. In 1975 Cupich began his life … Continue reading

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A Salute To Jeter

Throughout our lives, we have seen Presidents change, countries and dictators fall. However, the one constant for the past 20 years has been a small patch of dirt in the Bronx, NY. It is in here that Derek Jeter made … Continue reading

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Hockey 2-1 In Exhibition Games

The CUA men’s American Collegiate Hockey Association Div. 3 Ice Hockey Cardinals won their opening exhibition game September 13 against the Division 2 George Washington University Colonials at the Fort Dupont Arena. In a game they were not supposed to … Continue reading

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