Tomorrow Starts Today

by Andrew Elder        Basira and I had a long and intuitive discussion about running for SGA President and Vice President. It came with several hours of talk with our families and several of our closests friends. After giving it a couple of days, we decided we would run together. We ran together under our Read More …

Freshman in Busch School Combines Fashion, Marketing, and Social Media To Promote American-Made Clothing

by Isabella Andreoni         Kiley Skeffington, freshman at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., uses her Instagram and style blog, Style By Kiley, to market the American made fashion and accessory company, Kiel James Patrick (KJP). Skeffington’s Instagram has over eight thousand followers.          In one of her recent posts, Skeffington wore a striped navy Read More …

Studio Art Major Hosts Event on National Mall for Senior Thesis

by Rachel Gallagher        On Saturday, March 28th a section of the Nation Mall across from the National Gallery of Art hosted “91 of Us,” an event meant to humanize the statistics of gun violence in the United States. The event is a part of studio art major Caileigh Nerney’s senior thesis that focuses on Read More …

Mullen Reading Room Temporarily Closes

by Erica Fuller        The John K. Mullen of Denver Memorial Library was evacuated during the early morning of Thursday, March 16th due to a sudden emergence of smoke in the second floor main reading room. The Catholic University Libraries’ Twitter post alerted students at 5:26am, announcing that the library had been closed. Thirty minutes Read More …

Multiple Reports of Stranger Photographing Students On Campus

by Christ Motola        A stranger has been stalking female students on the Catholic University of America campus. The stranger has been approaching the women, photographing them, and running away typically before the women can respond.       The Department of Public Safety recently released an alert reporting that since January they have “received several reports Read More …

19th Century Paris and Cristen Conger

By Daniela Sol        In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Phillips Collection, a gallery in downtown DC, held a gallery conversation last Thursday. Feminist activist, Cristen Conger, welcomed their new exhibit displaying Toulouse Lautrec’s vibrant portrayal of exuberant late 19th century Parisian art scenes. The conversation focused on topics related to female celebrities’ power Read More …

Antigonón at the Kennedy Center

By Rachel Gallagher        Antigonón, un contingente épico—a Cuban take on the Greek tragedy Antigone—expresses the complex identity of Cuba both past and present, through bold artistic expression.        Antigonón, un contingente épico was performed at the Kennedy Center’s Eisenhower Theater March 21-22, 2017 by Teatro El Público, a Havana based theatre company founded by Read More …