International Affairs Association Holds Panel on Burma

By Duane Paul Murphy The Catholic University’s International Affairs Association hosted a panel regarding the contemporary political situation in the Asian country of Burma on Wednesday. The event, which was held in Caldwell Hall, was sponsored by the university’s politics department and the United States Department of State Public Diplomacy Office. The event featured Jesse Read More …

Sophomore Student Honored with Title of Cherry Blossom Princess

By Anna Mohler After being chosen from the National Conference of State Societies last week, a Catholic University student prepared for a week full of activities as a Cherry Blossom Princess. Brianna Howard, a sophomore politics major, represented her home state of Pennsylvania in the National Cherry Blossom Festival Princess Program, hoping to be the Read More …

Monroe Street Farmers Market to Open

By Maria Rodriguez The Monroe Street Farmers Market opens this Saturday, April 16th on the Monroe Street Arts Walk. With more than just veggies to offer, even those less-interested in rutabagas and goat cheese will find mouth-watering meals and trendy morsels on hand. Having recently come under new management, the Monroe Street Farmers market will Read More …

In Defense of the Student Body

Guest Commentary James Lewis Class of 2016 On April 6th blogger Matt Walsh came to The Catholic University of America to speak on ‘religious freedom’. Quickly, the students of Catholic University discovered, from reading Mr. Walsh’s blog and twitter, that the speaker held beliefs that were disturbing and counter to CUA’s culture, to say the Read More …

A Letter to the Editors

Guest Commentary Brian Keany Class of 2003 To the Editor:- While I would like to believe that tales of my exploits on campus are still being told nearly 15 years after I graduated, I don’t think there are many on campus who can still remember me, at least not fondly. I, however, still refer to Read More …

Help! I Have an Identity!

Guest Commentary Nicholas Rao Class of 2018 Here in the U.S. identities and celebrities have one thing in common. No sooner do we build them up than we tear them down. Americans are obsessed with rooting out “stereotypes,” belying “generalizations” about a given group, and all-around torching suggestions of commonality among people. In the U.S. Read More …