Students Comment on “The Marriage Project”

By Antoinette Cea Catholic University has officially begun preparation for the yearlong program beginning Fall 2016 called “The Marriage Project” which will promote the benefits of traditional marriage and family for society. The project comes through the visions of Catholic University’s School of Theology and Religious Studies in conjunction with university President, John Garvey, to Read More …

Tower Editorial – 3/18/2016

Another week has come and gone, and the University has yet again failed to communicate with its student body. Same story, old story; and yet, don’t you think the University would take the hint? How many problematic incidents must occur before the University seeks a greater level of transparency? Politicians are criticized for their secretiveness Read More …

Privilege Within SGA

Guest Commentary Stephen Morris Class of 2017 In our lives we all carry privilege, parts of who we are that make our lives easier than others. Some have white privilege, male privilege, straight privilege, class privilege, the list goes on. Here at CUA all those forms are both present yet barely rarely recognized, but one Read More …

Chicago and Trump

Guest Commentary Chris Motola Class of 2017 Last week’s anti-Trump riot in Chicago was a complete disaster. Both police and Trump supporters were assaulted, American flags were trampled, and Soviet flags were flown. Guns fired into the air. Trump was forced to cancel his planned rally that evening due to safety concerns. It was a Read More …

Experiencing the Angst of the Past: An Interview

By Maria Rodriguez Harrison Smith is a frontiersman. Not the jet-set Monday in Mumbai, Tuesday in Tokyo seeker of adventure, but a lover of the unexplored territory of his own performance, a love he has had to drawn on to play “Johnny” in the Keegan Theater’s current production of American Idiot. American Idiot, is a Read More …

The Anti-Hero Reviewed: Deadpool

By Stephen Fasulo II I went in to Deadpool with the worst expectations. The real burden to bear with comic book movies is that you often get interpretations of characters that are not based on your favorite versions. A comic writer changes so often that there are several writers attributed to any character that runs Read More …

CUA Baseball Triumphs Over St. Mary’s in 9 Innings

By Jimmy Cassidy In a back and forth affair, the baseball team at the Catholic University of America came out on top against the St. Mary’s College Seahawks on Sunday, March 13th. The win is the team’s third in a row and fifth out of its last seven games. CUA moves to 7-5 in the Read More …

Women in Science Lecture Series Features CUA Biomedical Engineering Assistant Professor

By Paige Wearmouth The Women in Science speaker series hosted an assistant professor from Catholic University’s Biomedical Engineering department for a lecture about skin and the sense of touch, on Wednesday, March 9th at the Busboys and Poets restaurant on Monroe Street. Sahana N. Kukke Ph. D, the speaker of the event, works in Catholic Read More …