SGA President Gives Advice to Successor

By Duane Paul Murphy Sophomore politics major Kristina Pinault and junior politics major Lauren Werling were elected as president and vice president, respectively, of the Student Government Association at the Catholic University of America for the 2016/2017 school year. The pair won by a thirty vote margin after starting a social media driven write-in campaign Read More …

SGA Reflects on the Year

By John Connolly The Student Government Association (SGA) held its last secession on Monday night. During the meeting, members of both the senate and the public gave insight into the student government’s inaugural year and provided suggestions for the future of the Student Government Association. Conceived to replace the Student Association General Assembly (SAGA), the Read More …

CRUX Creative Arts Magazine Revived

By Christine Loughery Every Monday night members of CRUX Magazine for the Creative Arts meet to prepare for the newest edition of their publication. As they sit around a table, the variety of members of the club take turns reading out loud and presenting submission after submission, closely analyzing and critiquing literary and visual works Read More …

Art Professor Wins Award for Research

By Bernadette Launi Jonathan Monaghan, assistant professor in the Department of Art at Catholic University, was awarded the Young Faculty Scholar’s Award on Friday April 15th at Catholic University’s inaugural Research Day. “This award means a lot to me,” Monaghan said. “I work very hard producing and exhibiting my animated films and sculptures and to Read More …

University Receives $47 Million in Gifts

By Paige Wearmouth Catholic University surpassed its $35 million fundraising goal after accepting $47 million in donations for the advancement of the School of Business and Economics and several other initiatives, university president John Garvey announced this in an email to students on Tuesday. One of the gifts, totaling $15 million, is the largest individual Read More …

The Politics Corner – 04/22/16

By Christopher Motola Harriet Tubman to Replace Andrew Jackson on $20 Dollar Bill Famous Civil Rights Activist Harriet Tubman will be replacing President Andrew Jackson on the front of the $20 bill. The news arrived on Wednesday when Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew announced new designs for several different denominations of bills. The new $20 bill Read More …