Techno-Socialism, A Cybernetic Manifesto

By Duane Paul Murphy Human beings of the ancient and modern times from the previous millennia have constantly envisioned a more progressive future than what we have now. The envisioned science, technology, engineering, culture, reason, rationality, democracy, and republicanism would eventually liberate us from laborious work, brutal wars and conflicts and political rule of the Read More …

Mother Teresa Day of Service

By Liz Friden   Hundreds of Catholic University students were assigned to locations all around the Washington, DC area for Mother Teresa Day of Service, Sunday morning. 581 volunteers signed up on the campus ministry website to volunteer . Most of these volunteers were students who signed up as a group under the 13 sports Read More …

Why Catholic University?

By Emily Prendergast Picking a college to attend is the apex many people’s high school careers. Teachers, parents, and classmates can put a tremendous amount of pressure on this decision which makes the process of college applications even more difficult. Catholic University’s unique campus, location and name attracts students from across the nation. Here are Read More …

Cardinal Startups Hosts First Event on Doing Good in a Digital World

By Abby Anderko Cardinal Startups is a club that focuses on different aspects of the entrepreneurial spirit in order to create a community where this spirit can be explored by members of the Catholic University community. Throughout this semester Cardinal Startups is bringing in speakers involved in different aspects of the business world. This week, Read More …

CUA On Tap Hosts Event on Interfaith Dialogue

By Lindsey Valancius   CUA on Tap hosted their first event on Thursday, September 13 on interfaith dialogue between Catholic and Islamic populations, an event which gathered mixed reactions from the crow.      The event, “Finding Jesus Among Muslims: How Loving Islam Makes Me a Better Catholic,” featured Jordan Duffner, a Georgetown University doctorate student and author Read More …

Irish Sport Hurls into Catholic University

By Jared Prenda “The Fastest Game on Grass” has come to the Catholic University of America. The ancient Gaelic sport of hurling has existed for 4000 years, but the Brookland Gaels have been many university students’ introduction to the national sport of Ireland, since 2014 alum Bridget McCarthy founded the team four years ago.            Read More …

Protests Outside of the Basilica Against Gentrification

By Robbie Cruz Between 50 and 60 local Washington DC residents protested outside the Basilica of the National Shrine on September 16th over what they perceived as unfair treatment of DC tenants by the Basilica. The outrage happened shortly after local DC tenant Joann Doyle passed away last February. After her passing, friends and family Read More …