The Politics Corner

Christopher Motola, Tower Staff Tuesday’s Primary in New Hampshire saw quick and decisive victories for both Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders. Each of the two candidates defeated their opponents by a large margin. Donald Trump, the anticipated winner going into the primary, won 35% of the vote. Trump walked away from New Hampshire with 10 Read More …

President Garvey Addresses Student Concerns at SGA Town Hall

By Duane Paul Murphy Catholic University President John Garvey held a town hall with the Student Government Association, open to all members of the Catholic University community on Monday in the Edward J. Pryzbyla Center Great Rooms to discuss the university’s development and enrollment plans. The discussion was largely dominated by members of CUAllies, an Read More …

SGA President Declares the State of the Student Body is “Strong”

By John Connolly Student body president and junior Politics major Anne St. Amant gave her State of the Student Body address on Monday, February 8th. Her address preceded the town hall meeting held with University President John Garvey. During her address, St. Amant outlined the accomplishments that the Student Government Association (SGA) has seen since Read More …

Student Experiences Super Bowl

By Piero Filpi Another year, another Super Bowl, another underdog victory. The amount of money lost last Sunday was probably more than the economic crisis of 2008. But enough talk of dollars and cents. This Super Bowl was special. It marked half a century of great American football. To celebrate this wondrous occasion, the NFL Read More …

Tower Editorial

At this week’s town hall meeting, students came prepared with questions determined to get real answers from President Garvey, but instead, he took their questions and sidestepped them with a smile. Following Garvey’s longwinded speech about how perfectly fine everything at the university is (plans for a varsity golf team are finally in the works!), Read More …

Who Knew

By Piero Filpi Above Palermo’s twinkling, bright city, A quick stroll from Piana’s chiesa, Will bring you to the home I once lived in. The walls were this bloody color she chose Before she left. Was it a blue? Maybe A cream? Who knows. The walls are probably Chipping; windows have probably been smashed And Read More …