Interview with rapper Ace Cosgrove

By Jimmy Cassidy We had the opportunity to meet with and interview rapper Ace Cosgrove at the 2015 Landmark Music Festival on Sunday, September 27th. Cosgrove is a Maryland native based rapper out of Montgomery County. This 24 year-old up and coming artist was thrilled to be on the ticket for his first music festival Read More …

CUA Football Team looks to Bounce Back After Loss

By Jimmy Cassidy The Rochester University Yellow Jackets were too much for Catholic University’s football team on Saturday, September 12th, as they pulled away in the fourth quarter to win 45-28. In their first game at Cardinal Stadium of the 2015 season, the team battled in a back and forth matchup, but could not last Read More …

The Student General Assembly Elections to be Held September 21st

By Joseph D’Antonio The Student Government Assembly (SGA) will be holding elections to fill the SGA senate this Monday, September 21st.   This election will be the first senatorial election under the new SGA constitution that was ratified last year.   Under the old constitution students elected seven delegates from each class and then from Read More …

New Undergraduate Research Journal to be Launched by CUA

By Anna Mohler The Office of Undergraduate Studies announced last Friday the creation of Catholic University’s first academic research journal, “Inventio”. The first edition of this journal, under the direct supervision of Taryn Okuma of the Department of English and Caroline Sherman of the Department of History, is set to be published this spring. The Read More …

CUA in Search of New Treasurer for Spring 2016

By Chris Woodside Have you ever wondered what happens once your check leaves your home or bank and comes to Catholic University every semester to pay your tuition? Most likely, the funds that come from your tuition check will be distributed and overseen by the Treasurer. Knowing how much money universities are responsible for handling, Read More …

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. – A Slave to Status Quo

By Stephen Fasulo II   Man from U.N.C.L.E. is a good movie. It’s not great, but it is an average film with some amazing pieces that rounds into a fun time. First, the bad parts of the movie. The plot was at best, lazy. The concept is interesting; during the Cold War, a pair of Read More …

MORPHEUS Q – 11 September 2015

Morpheus want to know who the real student government on campus is: Campus Ministry or SGA? Morpheus is a swell chap, and loves his share of a good time. He requests to the skunk living in Flather Hall to either put it out, or pass it around. Morpheus stopped by Campus Ministry today. He’s quite Read More …

Kennedy Center Stages Punk Rock Skate Park

By Maria Rodriguez All this week, the national performing arts center has played host to those who kept their beanies fresh and their hair long. The Kennedy Center, home of the Washington National Opera and the National Symphony Orchestra, has become the temporary home to a skate park. Last Friday, the festival opened with a  Read More …

American Authors: Program Board Plays It Safe With Capital Fest Choice

By Maria Rodriguez The news is out: American Authors will be the performer at CUA’s second annual Capital Fest. The success of last year’s performance ensured a repeat appearance of the fall musical event. Aside from Luaupalooza in the spring, the University has not offered many opportunities for concerts on campus, unless you count the Read More …