The Evil of Money

Guest Commentary Cameron Hosseinian Class of 2018 After scrolling through my Instagram’s Explore Page with monotonous efficiency, taking in the nonstop clickbait and filling my mind with nonsense, I stumbled on an image of notorious money-spending “Lord” Scott Disick. Posting picture after picture of his seemingly endless spending habits and his luxurious possessions, Mr. Disick Read More …

CUA Alumna Hits the Big Stage

By Maria Rodriguez Since graduating, Bridget Grace Sheaff, Drama Class of 2014, has kept a busy schedule conquering the drama world one production at a time. This weekend she will add the line ‘has been an Assistant Director at Spooky Action Theater’ to her list of accomplishments with the opening of The Collaborators. As an Read More …

Your Valentine’s Day Weekend Guide

By Maria Rodriguez It’s lover’s weekend, and the Tower has scrounged through their threadbare pockets, saddened that a night of expensive chocolates is, well, out of reach on a student’s budget. So, we have found hope, with free and cheap events around D.C. this Valentine’s weekend. For the Hopeless Romantic: Make a Love Letter, Shakespeare Read More …

The Politics Corner

By Christopher Motola The Iowa Caucus on Monday was full of surprising results for both parties. Republican Ted Cruz was the victor of the Republican Caucus, earning 27% of the vote. This was quite the upset, as he defeated projected winner Donald Trump by 3%. Cruz’s victory in Iowa was chalked up to his substantial Read More …

CUA’s International Affairs Association Holds Model United Nations Conference

By Duane Paul Murphy This past weekend, from January 29th to January 31st, the Catholic University of America’s International Affairs Association (IAA), under the leadership of Natalia Jaramillo Sfeir, a senior Politics major and the organization’s president, hosted its annual Model United Nations (MUN) Conference. The event hosted high school students from the Greater Washington, Read More …

Students Bring WCUA Radio Back on the Air

By Antoinette Cea After a brief hiatus last semester, WCUA is back on the airwaves under new management, featuring a new variety of disc jockeys and talk show hosts. Joseph D’Antonio resurrected the radio station after a shut down by University officials for faulty licensing. D’Antonio is WCUA’s head Station Manager and is very excited Read More …

Issues of Clarity with SAGA

When Leslie Knope from the TV show Parks and Recreation entertains visiting dignitaries from Venezuela, she treats them to a vision of America’s pride and joy: freedom of speech and participation in democracy. While the residents of Pawnee, Indiana take this treasured freedom to the extreme, here at CUA we aren’t even given the chance. Read More …