Interview: CU Alum John Carroll Lynch Discusses Life, Faith, and New Movie

By Jimmy Cassidy John Carroll Lynch has been an Italian-American barber in Gran Torino, a prime murder suspect in Zodiac, President Lyndon B. Johnson in Jackie, and even a serial-killing clown in American Horror Story, but before that, he starred at Catholic’s Hartke Theater. For the first time in the actor’s lengthy career, he takes on Read More …

Nobel Prize Winner Gives a Lecture at CUA Biology Symposium

By Makenzie Winter Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine, Dr. Louis Ignarro, spoke at the Catholic University of America Biology Symposium last week about his work on nitric oxide and finding one’s passion. For students, Ignarro stresses the importance of choosing an area of study that one is passionate about. “You’ve got to find something you Read More …

Op-ed: By the Way, You Have a Left & Right Hand

Guest Commentary: Lauren Hand, Class of 2018 A lot of controversy has sparked from mainly the right, but some on the left regarding the President’s most recent talks with Representative Nancy Pelosi and Senator Chuck Schummer regarding immigration reform, specifically DACA. For those of you who don’t know, never turn on your television, or go Read More …

The Sistine Chapel Choir Visits CUA!

By Brittany Young The Sistine Chapel Choir visited Catholic and the Basilica of the National Shrine for the first time in more than three decades on Wednesday, September 20th. The “Pope’s Choir” brought CUA students, faculty, D.C. residents, and some noteworthy politicians (including Newt Gingrich) together for a wonderful evening of choral music. The ethereal Read More …

CUA Football Upsets Utica for its First Win, 16-10

By Jared Prenda  The Catholic University of America football team pulled off an impressive victory over the Utica Pioneers this past Saturday at Cardinal Stadium. The 16-10 win was the team’s home opener, bringing their record to 1-1. The team was led by a staunch defensive effort, which was vital to stop a late 4th Read More …