No Escape from “No Escape”

By Stephen Fasulo II It’s a bad sign for your Pierce Brosnan action film when Owen Wilson carries the movie. No Escape is an action film that misses almost every mark that it sets up. The premise is a bit off-putting; Wilson goes to a Southeast-Asian country as a member of a team of engineers Read More …

Men’s Soccer Falls 2-0

By Jimmy Cassidy The Catholic University of America’s men’s soccer team was defeated 2-0 by the University of Mary Washington Eagles on Wednesday at CUA.  The Cards were blanked for the second time this season, and they drop to 1-3 in the young 2015 season.  The Eagles continue their red-hot start, moving to 4-0 on Read More …

CUA Football Wins Season Opener In Thrilling Fashion

By Jimmy Cassidy Catholic University’s football team opened their 2015 fall season with a memorable win Friday, September 5th,  34-33 against McDaniel College.  After falling behind in a 23-7 haltime deficit, the Cardinals took back the lead with just 13 seconds left in the game to secure a one point victory.  Catholic faced off against Read More …

Support your fellow Cards at the first Tailgate of the Season!

By Anna Mohler The first Cardinal Tailgate of the football season is this Saturday, September 12th, starting at 10:00 AM.  Custos, Catholic University’s very own spirit tradition holder, is sponsoring this highly coveted event. Starting with free food, games, and prizes for the most spirited tailgate, this event is one that every member of the Read More …

It’s 10pm, Do You Know Where Your Frat Is?

By Christopher Woodside Class of 2016, Politics   Both in media and in real life, there is perhaps no more stereotypical college story than that of the “frat boy”, seeing to drink more than he probably should and sleeping with the most women than his fellow brothers. The reality is that these fraternities (with the Read More …

American Authors announced as Capital Fest performers

By Marjan Koffa Students stormed the Edward J. Pryzbyla Center lawn and balloons flew through the air as Program Board members dropped the white sheet revealing this year’s Capital Fest performer during Catholic University’s annual Fall Fiesta. Some students were overwhelmed with joy, hugging friends and taking videos to add to their Snapchat stories. Others Read More …

Students Explore Study Abroad Options at Study Abroad Fair

By Paige Wearmouth The Office of Education Abroad delivered a lively cultural atmosphere to the Edward J. Pryzbyla Center Great Room on Thursday September 10, 2015 with their Study Abroad Fair. The scene and experience were brought together by dozens of international flags hung above rows of information tables. The sound of Latin inspired music Read More …

Larger Class Size Appeals to Many at Catholic University

By Joseph D’Antonio This year’s freshman class is the largest class since 2010. The Class of 2019 has 910 students, which is a 9.6% increase from last year’s freshman class according to the Admissions Department. The Admission Department states that admissions requirements remain at usual levels. The average SAT test sore for admitted students is Read More …

Fewer Tenured Professors in Years to Come

By Bridget King Of the 16 new staff members hired by Catholic University this year only two were on the tenure track which signals an unwanted shift in University policy for some. Tenure is prestigious rank given to professors that, along with the increase of stature, provides a level of job security, as tenured professors Read More …