Women’s Track & Field Encouraged by First Meet of the Year

By Jared Prenda   The Catholic University of America women’s track and field team kicked off the 2018 part of its indoor season this past Saturday when the team traveled to Collegeville, PA to compete in Ursinus’ Collegeville Classic. The team placed ahead of 8 other teams and 11th overall. Freshman Abby Grabowski has been Read More …

University Community Participates in Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service

By Abby Anderko All across the country on Monday, January 15th, people commemorate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who was a civil rights leader in the 1960s. He is most well-known for his empowering speeches such as “I Have a Dream” and “Beyond Vietnam”. For many like those at Catholic University, this Read More …

Op-ed: “Why Are We Having These People Come Here?”

Op-ed: By Thomas Doyle, Class of 2018 At this point, we are all aware of the language that was used by our president to describe Haiti, El Salvador, and a number of African nations.  By choosing to use such language, the president has weakened our credibility on the world stage, insulted the heritage of many Read More …

Review: The Greatest Showman

By Daniela Sol  Opening in theaters this past December 2017, The Greatest Showman continues to transcend audiences this newly started year. Nominated for three Golden Globes and taking one home, this movie shows promise in the world of Hollywood. The musical tells the story of how the circus came to be. It is a storyline Read More …