Historic Win for CUA Volleyball

By Jimmy Cassidy   In their final match in the DuFour Center court of the 2015 fall season, the volleyball team at Catholic University was victorious over Gallaudet University on Thursday, October 28th. The Bison of Gallaudet took the first set of the match, but the Cardinals responded well to win the following three on Read More …

Senior Day Success for CUA Men’s Soccer

By Jimmy Cassidy   On their final home game of the 2015 season, the men’s soccer team at Catholic University earned an important victory over conference opponent Susquehanna University on Saturday, October 24th. The team celebrated the senior seasons of Josh Barrett, Nico Bartolomeo, Connor Keale, Alex Laprade, Ben Sykes, and Tyler Zimmerman before the Read More …

A Dominant October for CUA Field Hockey

By Jimmy Cassidy The field hockey team at Catholic University fell to the 13th-ranked team in the nation, Christopher Newport University, on Monday, October 19th, 1-0. This tough defeat to a strong opponent was the team’s first in the month. Before Monday, the Cards were victorious in five straight contests, outscoring their opponents by an Read More …

CUA Women’s Soccer Stays Hot

By Jimmy Cassidy With two more impressive victories last week, the women’s soccer team at the Catholic University of America has moved into first place of the Landmark Conference. On Wednesday, October 14th, the Cardinals defeated Goucher College at home, 5-1. Then on Saturday the 17th, they knocked off rival University of Scranton Royals, 3-2 Read More …

Morris Asks SGA for CUAllies Support

By John Connolly On Monday, October 19th, School of Arts and Sciences Senator of the Student Government Association (SGA) Stephen Morris, presented the ongoing discussion about recognizing CUAllies as a student organization to the floor of the SGA Senate. CUAllies, originally founded in 2009, advocates for the equal representation and treatment of LGBT students at Read More …

Men Overlooked for Defense Classes

By Stephen Fasulo II On Wednesday, October 14th, the Department of Public Safety introduced a class entitled R.A.D. which stands for Rape Aggression Defense. The class is designed to teach abilities and give tools to prevent and escape situations in where sexual assault might occur. The class is free to all female students, and meets Read More …