LGBTQ Students on Campus Speak Openly About Life Experiences, Diversity, and Acceptance at Catholic University

By Kaitlyn Troilo This past Wednesday the Student Government Association’s (SGA) Diversity Task Force held an event in the lower food court of the Edward J. Pryzbla Center that has propelled the conversation with and about LGBTQ students on campus and their human dignity. At the event titled, “In Their Own Words: Stories of LGBTQ Read More …

Students Face Obstacles in Creating New Organizations on Campus at Catholic U.

By Paige Wearmouth To create a new student organization on campus, one that is recognized by the Office of Campus Activities (OCA), a student must complete a four step process. Also, the proposed club must be non-discriminatory and open to the entire Catholic University community. Furthermore, the club must adhere to the missions of the Read More …

Trigger Warning

Humanity has been responsible for countless and unimaginable tragedies over the course of our existence. Cultures across the world have been enslaved. We have seen millions of people die in Nazi death camps in less than a decade. Today, we continue to see innocent people blown up on planes and beheaded by terrorists around the Read More …

The Laramie Project

By Maria Rodriguez The Tower sat down with Dani Ebbin, a junior Musical Theater major and the artistic director for CenterStage. We asked her a few questions about their upcoming production of The Laramie Project, playing next Friday, November 13 through Sunday, November 15. Tower: Can you start off by telling us a little about Read More …