Plans for Center for Teaching Excellence Fall Apart

By Grace Woo In April of 2015, the position “Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning” was created and offered to Diane Bunce, a Chemistry professor who taught at the Catholic University of America for thirty years. However, Bunce chose to resign in mid-July of the same year. The goal of the new Vice Provost’s office Read More …

“CHAPLAINS” film Premier’s at Edward J Pryzbala Center

By Stephen Fasulo II On Thursday, September 10th the documentary film produced by Journey Films, “CHAPLAINS,” premiered in the Great Room of the Edward J. Pryzbyla Center. The film, helmed by Martin Doblmeier, is about the lives of chaplains and the lives they positively affect through their profession. A chaplain is a member of a Read More …

How to See a Symphony Without Paying a Dime

By Maria Rodriguez 1. Millennium Stage – Kennedy Center Started in the year 2000, the Millennium Stage offers free performances every night at 6pm, including Easter and Christmas. Previous acts have included Bobby McFerrin and Grammy Award winning hip-hop group Arrested Development. This fall the Millennium Stage presents artists as part of the Kennedy Center’s Read More …

Field Hockey Sets the Bar High with a Win

By Jimmy Cassidy The field hockey team at Catholic University got off to a winning start in their 2015 fall season on Tuesday night, defeating the nationally-ranked Messiah Falcons, 2-0. The low scoring affair featured two of the top teams in the nation, and a rematch of a NCAA tournament matchup from a year ago. Read More …

Women’s Soccer Off To An Ideal Start

By Jimmy Cassidy The Catholic University  women’s soccer team kicked off their 2015 campaign in convincing fashion, Tuesday, September 1st, with a 7-0 victory over Hood College.  From the very beginning of the match, the control of the game was dominated by Catholic.  It was a pleasant yet understandable result for the team, who was Read More …

Welcome Back!

Hello and welcome to this semester’s first editorial. We are all looking forward to the exciting prospects of a new school year. We will meet new people, learn new things, and probably make a few mistakes that we will talk about for years to come. Another thing we can look forward to this semester is Read More …