Refugees? Or Trojan Horse?

Following the recent attacks in Paris, Belgium, and countless areas of the Middle East, America is faced with the tough decision of whether to allow Syrian refugees in American boarders. The United States is constantly reminded of the wrong decision made when deciding not to allow Jewish refugees on American soil to escape the Holocaust. However, Read More …

Catholic U & Mizzou

By Jim Lewis Class of 2016 Politics On November 9th, the president of the Missouri State University resigned after two weeks of protests on the Columbia, Missouri campus. These protests, which included a hunger strike, took place following multiple instances of hate and racism towards black members of the Mizzou community. The past few years Read More …

CUA Swimming & Diving Competes Strong Against Susquehanna

By Emily Messina This past Saturday the men and women’s swimming and diving team traveled to Susquehanna University to face off against the Crusaders. The Cardinals knew they were going to face fierce competition, but, led by captains Danny McLaughlin, Pat McMullen, Matt Wagner, and Nicole Castellano, Michelle Navarro, and Sara Pierce, they were ready Read More …

Folger stages Pericles from Oregon Shakespeare Festival

By Maria Rodriguez Folger Shakespeare Library brings west coast Shakespeare to DC with the stormy tale of Pericles The production opened on November 13 and features the original cast from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Direction is by Joseph Haj, a director who’s work has appeared at the Folger before-and to much acclaim. Pericles tells the Read More …

SGA Discusses The Tower, Hearings, and Appoints New Secretary

By John Connolly During the Student Government Association (SGA) senate meeting on Monday, November 2, Vice President James Benedek addressed The Tower’s recent coverage of the new student government. Benedek made the following statement during Monday’s meeting: “I want to take this time to address the public and the senators. As you all have probably Read More …

Political Organizations on Campus Gear Up for Upcoming Elections

By Cameron Hosseinian Although early, this election cycle has been full of twists, turns, and interesting candidates. In spite of the continuous fanfare surrounding remarks from Donald Trump and scandals involving Hillary Clinton, the race to become 45th President of the United States will hopefully yield a person capable of the holding office to which Read More …