So, What’s Next?

Guest Commentary Nicholas Rao Class of 2016 Sure, you think you’ve got it all figured out. You’re a triple major in Philosophy Pre-Law, Architecture and Astrophysics. You’ll be interning for the government this summer, and you make some pocket money as a part-time private detective. You’ve got that invasive, border-line threatening demeanor that says: I Read More …

Politically Correct About Palestine

Guest Commentary Duane Paul Murphy Class of 2019 George Orwell once said, “If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” This exemplifies what college campuses are facing today when it comes to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Recently, the University of California system proposed that Read More …

CUA Orchestra Gives World Premiere

By Maria Rodriguez In the space of the divine, the glittering mosaics of St. Matthew’s Cathedral provided a mirror to backdrop the exquisite sounds made by the CUA Symphony Orchestra. At the baton of Simeone Tartaglione, the members of the orchestra played compositions by Beethoven, Barber, and a world premiere by Simpson. Daniel Kuehler, Master’s Read More …

CUA Softball Sweeps Drew

By Jimmy Cassidy The softball team at the Catholic University of America battled to earn an important Landmark Conference sweep of the Drew University Rangers on Saturday, April 16th. The Cardinals took game one by a score of 3-0, and three runs were enough to take game two, 3-2. Catholic moves to 7-3 in the Read More …

The Politics Corner – 04/15/16

By Christopher Motola Sanders Invited to Speak at Vatican Last Friday, Senator Bernie Sanders announced that he was invited to the Vatican by the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences in order to participate in a conference titled Centesimus Annus 25 Years Later. The conference, which marks the 25th anniversary of Saint Pope John Paul II’s Read More …

Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Studies Departs from Catholic University

By Maria Rodriguez Peter Shoemaker, PhD, Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Studies as well as the Director of the University Honors Program, will depart Catholic University at the end of the semester. Shoemaker, a specialist in early modern French literature and culture, has been with the University since 2000. After being promoted to Associate Read More …