The Case for DPS Modernization

by Aaron Mackisey, Class of 2019        In 1996, while President William Jefferson Clinton was campaigning around the country for re-election, he would often ask his audience to join him by helping to “build a bridge to the 21st Century.” Admittedly – I am no Bill Clinton. Yet, the help I am seeking from you Read More …

Editorial 3/31/2017

Remember the 2016 election? How hyped up everyone got, how excited and dedicated people became? Well the Democrats and the Republicans ain’t got nothing on SGA. For those of you who don’t follow The Tower on Twitter or Instagram (@cuatower), a debate was hosted Monday night by CUA Debate Club, WCUA, and The Tower, in Read More …

THE FACES OF CUA

1. The freshman who has never gone to school with the opposite sex and is suddenly opened to a whole new world. 2. The insanely preppy girl who wears pearls just to go to the Pryz. 3. The hardcore Catholic who goes to mass every day and prays before every meal (even in the Pryz…as Read More …

Politics Corner 3/24/2017

by Duane Paul Murphy This fall, the Politics Department here at Catholic University of America will be offering a new course for politics majors, minors, and other students who need social science credits. The course will be titled “Politics in the Age of Trump”, which will fulfill the American Politics sub-concentration within the politics department. Read More …

Golf and Rowing Varsity Teams Announced

by Alexander Santana       Varsity golf and rowing for men and women will commence during the 2018-2019 season, according to The Catholic University of America Athletics Department. Information released from the Office of Marketing and Communications on Monday stated that “the four new programs will operate under club-sport status in 2017-2018 before transitioning to full Read More …

Future Justice Gorsuch

by Stephen Calandrino On February 13th, 2016, America lost one of the Constitution’s fiercest defenders, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.  Appointed to the Supreme Court by Ronald Reagan in 1986, Justice Scalia claimed his place in history as, to quote his colleague Justice Elena Kagan, “one of the most important Supreme Court justices ever, and Read More …