CUA Celebrates Cultural Diversity With International Week Events

By Duane Paul Murphy The Catholic University of America’s Center for Global Education, Office of Admissions, and Office of Campus Activities sponsored Global Fest and Embassy Row as part of the university’s International Week, on Thursday, February 18th. The event celebrated multicultural diversity and was organized by several international student organizations on campus, scholars, and Read More …

The President’s Precedent

In the President’s eighth and current budget proposal, there was a removal of a $10 million-a-year grant that was used specifically for the continuation of abstinence only education in the United States. In continuing tradition, Congress refused to even see the budget. But this brings up an important topic, the changing tides of sexual education Read More …

Pope Francis Blasts Trump, But is Strangely Silent on Pacquiao

Guest Commentary Chris Motola Class of 2017-Politics Pope Francis questioned Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump’s religious convictions, saying that “a person who thinks only about building walls… and not of building bridges is not a Christian”. This was a story that quickly shared on many a Catholic University student’s Facebook page. Of course, this news Read More …

I Feel Like Pablo

By Piero Filpi So today is a big day for Kanye West. Not only are his black on black Yeezys being re-released by Adidas, but his Life of Pablo album is — or should be but we all know Kanye — dropping on all music services. Now all of us can finally delete that pesky Read More …

Spooky Presents: The Collaborators

By Maria Rodriquez In the quest for the purpose of art, one does not expect Josef Stalin himself as the obstacle to achievement. Spooky Action Theater Company’s production of The Collaborators by British playwright John Hodge speaks to the protection of principle in art, and the mangling of that protection when one encounters a nearly Read More …