CUA’s Colleges Against Cancer Wins D.C. Wide Competition

By Bernadette Launi Catholic University’s chapter of Colleges Against Cancer won the first annual Metro Madness, a competition between area schools over who can have the highest percentage increase in cancer fundraising between February 15th and March 1st. On this end date, CUA’s Colleges Against Cancer was awarded the Capital Cup with a winning increase Read More …

SGA Votes in Favor of CUAllies

By John Connolly The Student Government Association (SGA) senate passed a resolution on Monday, urging the University’s administration to support and recognize an LGBT group as a student organization. Stephen Morris, a senator from the school of Arts and Science, sponsored the legislation, which passed unanimously. The resolution noted that both the Catholic Church and Read More …

The Politics Corner – 3/11/16

By Christopher Motola The Republican Primary Race has grown increasingly heated as 2016’s Presidential Primary Season has gone on. Donald Trump has seen victories in Nevada and South Carolina, as well as Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Vermont, and Virginia on Super Tuesday. Ted Cruz won Oklahoma and Texas, while Marco Rubio picked up Minnesota. Read More …

FYE Speaker Series Brings in Freshmen

By Duane Paul Murphy The First Year Experience Speaker Series hosted a Georgia State University professor on Tuesday, March 8th in the Edward J. Pryzbyla Great Rooms. The speaker’s main message was that disruption is the main factor that is causing societies and companies to adapt and thrive in the globalized world. Paul Voss, Ph. Read More …

University Hires New Dean of Undergraduate Admissions

By Angelica Sisson James Dewey-Rosenfeld, the current Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, has been hired as the new Dean of Undergraduate Admissions at Catholic University beginning on June 1. Babson enrolled its largest class after the most selective process of admissions in the school’s history during Dewey-Rosenfeld’s time there. Read More …