Women’s Soccer Closes an Impressive 2015 Season

By Jimmy Cassidy The women’s soccer team at the Catholic University of America saw their season come to a close in the Second Round of the NCAA Division III Tournament on Sunday, November 15th. The 1-0 loss to #13 Swarthmore College was the team’s first defeat since September 19th, a stretch that included twelve straight Read More …

Morpheus Q XVI – November 20, 2015

Welcome to another chilly autumn week at CU. Morpheus is looking forward to gobble gobble day, anticipating heaping piles of mashed potatoes and flowing rivers of gravy. There is not much to say this week in light of recent events, however, Morpheus did catch wind that certain members of SGA are petitioning for a “smoke-free” campus here at CU. That’s rich. Where Read More …

CUA Joins the Fight Against Human Trafficking

By Lauren Werling Professor Maryann Love’s Politics class on global issues is teaming up to raise awareness about modern slavery including human trafficking across the United States and is exploring ways that elected officials, policymakers, law enforcement, activists and survivors can fight back. Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal industry in world. It is Read More …

Reformed CUAllies Holds First Meeting: Discusses Future and Goals

By John Connolly The unofficial organization, CUAllies, held its first meeting of the year last Monday, November 9, at the Barnes & Noble Café on Monroe Street. President Briana Bee, Vice President Stephen Morris, and Communications Director Bryn Molloy began the meeting by reading the group’s updated mission statement. CUAllies, which was originally founded in Read More …

Title IX Survey Not Reaching Expected Levels of Participation from Campus Community, Incentives Launched

By Christopher Woodside It has been a year and a half since The Catholic University of America was featured on a list of institutions being investigated by the Department of Education for open Title IX sexual violence investigations. Since this time, the University has undertaken and organized countless initiatives and events from “Can I Kiss Read More …

Catholic University Students Show Solidarity with Howard University Amid Threats

By Paige Wearmouth An anonymous threat to the black students of Howard University was made through social media causing unrest across the University’s campus. On Wednesday November 11th, the racist post was published on the website 4chan, and quickly drew attention and responses. The post, laced with profanities, was a discourse several paragraphs in length Read More …

Catholic University Responds to Paris Attacks, Threats to Washington, D.C., and Question of Syrian Refugees

By Antoinette Cea All students studying abroad in Europe from the Catholic University of America are safe in spite of the recent terrorist attacks made by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in Paris and Brussels. According to the Director of Education Abroad at Catholic University, Grace Schneider, study abroad students were encouraged Read More …