Catholic Student-Athletes Raise More than $24,000 for Special Olympics DC

By Jimmy Cassidy Spirits were high while temperatures were low as student-athletes made their way out to Cardinal Stadium on Friday, February 2nd to participate in the 2018 Catholic University Polar Bear Plunge to support Special Olympics D.C. The proceeds from the student-athletes and their generous donors totaled $24,281. Each team was encouraged to raise Read More …

Media and Communication Studies Major Settled After Relocation From Marist Hall

By Jimmy Cassidy, Daniela Sol The Media & Communication Studies department has found its new home in the Crough Center of Architectural Studies this fall, after its complete relocation from Marist Hall. Media students and faculty have expressed optimism for the department since the relocation, and are excited about the future of the program, in Read More …

SGA Senate Proposes Warnings on Potential Cancelled Classes

By Katie Ward The Catholic University Student Government Association Senate convened for the sixth time of the academic year on Monday, February 5th, in the Pryzbyla Great Room. The twenty-one senators in attendance discussed preventative action for cancelled classes, the installation of new water fountains in residence halls, and an updated Senate constitution. The first Read More …

Reasons to Be Pretty – A Play That Challenges the Conventional

By Katarina Ivancik The 21st century work of American drama, Reasons to Be Pretty by Neil LaBute, is humorous, relatable, and hits its audience almost too close to home. The CenterStage Theater company’s motto is creating theatre “from the students, by the students, and for the students”, making shows like Reasons to Be Pretty even Read More …

The Tower – February 9th, 2018

Click here for our newest edition! Year 95, Edition #16 In this week’s paper: Catholic student-athletes raise more than $24,000 to support Special Olympics DC in Polar Bear Plunge Media & Communication Studies major settled after complete relocation from Marist Hall SGA Senate meeting recap: Senate proposes warnings for potential cancelled classes, updated water fountains in Read More …