Men’s Basketball Knocks Off #12 Susquehanna, 101-80

Men’s Basketball Knocks Off #12 Susquehanna, 101-80

By Jimmy Cassidy With wins over conference opponents Elizabethtown and Moravian in the past week, the midseason run of the men’s basketball team at Catholic University continues. Perhaps the most impressive victory of the Cardinals’ modest three game streak was the first one, against the nationally-ranked Susquehanna University Crusaders. The 12th-ranked Crusaders boasted an overall […]

Morpheus Q XVI – January 22, 2016

Welcome to another Friday, fellow Cardinals! Morpheus is overjoyed at the news of a snow day this Friday! Well, a snow day begining at noon. Morph believes that a snow day is good for everyone. Professors have a day off, students can get plastered earlier than usual, and President and Mrs. Garvey can spend the […]

The Politics Corner

Debates Become Heated as Primary Season Approaches The past week saw the most intense debates yet. The Republican and Democratic debates this past week in South Carolina were filled with memorable moments and fierce competition. Here are the highlights: Republican Debate The most fiery exchanges of the night were between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. […]

Catholic University to Lead March for Life

Catholic University to Lead March for Life

By Angelica Sisson This Friday, January 22nd, marks the 43rd annual March for Life. The March for Life is held in Washington, D.C. annually on January 22nd in order to commemorate and protest the announcement of the Supreme Court’s ruling in Roe vs. Wade which legalized abortion in all fifty states. The Catholic University of […]

Catholic University Students Participate in MLK Day of Service

Catholic University Students Participate in MLK Day of Service

By Cameron Hosseinian Every year since 1983, on the third Monday of January, our nation has celebrated the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The Nobel Peace Prize winner had an unequaled impact on race relations and the legal segregation of African Americans within the United States of America. Through his efforts, […]

Construction of Murphy’s, On-Campus Bar and Lounge, Set to Begin This Week

By Stephen Fasulo II Plans for the construction of a new restaurant and bar in the space previously held by the Catholic University bookstore in the Edward J. Pryzbyla Center have recently been announced, and work is said to be starting this week. Ever since the campus Barnes and Noble bookstore, which was once located […]

Monroe Street Market Apartments Partner With CUA to Discipline Students

By Duane Paul Murphey The general manager of Brookland’s Monroe Street Market apartments, Lalitha Suresh, has commenced a new system of reporting disturbances or violations, caused by current Catholic University students who reside in the local apartment complexes, to the Catholic University of America. In a recent e-mail sent to the occupants of the Monroe […]

Elise Italiano Becomes New Executive Director of University Communications

By John Connolly On January 15, 2016, University President John Garvey announced that Elise Italiano has been hired as the new Executive Director of University Communications for Catholic University. According to an e-mail sent by the Public Affairs office, Italiano will “serve as the chief spokesperson for the University and coordinate all media relations.” She […]

Cartoon by: Angeline McCrory

Cartoon by: Angeline McCrory

Technology Services Announce Plans in Town Hall Meetings

By Maria Del Nido The Office of Technology Services at The Catholic University of America held a town meeting in Hannan Hall on Wednesday informing students and faculty about recent initiatives and possible future projects. The purpose of the town hall meeting was to inform the Catholic University community of current projects and future endeavors. […]

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