Catholic Announces $6 Million Donation to Finance New Dining Hall

By Rachel Stevens On Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018, Catholic University announced exciting news about a $6 million donation from an anonymous couple. This generous and large contribution to the University will go towards the creation of a new state-of-the-art dining hall to be completed by 2020. As it stands, the new dining hall will be double Read More …

SGA Senate Works to Open McGivney Hall 24/7 During Finals Week

By Jimmy Cassidy In its first Senate meeting of the semester, Catholic University’s Student Government Association (SGA) convened to discuss study spaces on campus during finals week and student safety in the McMahon parking lot. In the first resolution proposal of the evening Monday, January 22nd, senators stated that students need more places to study Read More …

Catholic University Students Attend Women’s March in DC

By Liz Friden Over one million people from across the country attended the Women’s marches this past Saturday, January 20th.  Last year’s women’s marches were held the day after President Trump’s inauguration in response to his controversial election, and the momentum was kept up this year as marchers continuing to raise awareness of women’s issues. Thousands Read More …

Author George Weigel Shares Thoughts and Stories on Pope John Paul II in Book Q&A

By Thomas Dompkowski Acclaimed Catholic author and NBC News Senior Vatican Analyst George Weigel addressed a group of about one hundred students, faculty members, and visitors about his newest book on Pope St. John Paul II, Lessons in Hope. The lecture, Q&A, book signing, and reception took place on Monday, January 22nd, at 6 PM Read More …

Men’s Basketball Takes Down Scranton and Susquehanna

By Jared Prenda Catholic University’s men’s basketball team is now winners in 4 of its last 5 outings as the Cardinals pulled out two strong conference victories this past week. These wins moved the squad up to second place in the Landmark Conference, and advanced Catholic’s record to 11-7 overall and 5-2 in conference play. Read More …