Midterm Elections

By Alex Santana On November 6, millions of Americans will be watching to see if the U.S. House of Representatives will fall into Democratic hands and if the U.S. Senate stays under Republican control. 39 state and territorial governors, 87 state legislatures, and dozens of state constitutional amendments are also on the ballot. President Donald Read More …

DC Street Art

By Allie Wertz In an attempt to limit illegal graffiti, Washington D.C. is publicizing and initiating street art programs.  Instead of trying to prohibit local artist’s expressions, the district is providing them with a legal alternative. In the past, street artists would illegally spray paint murals on any available building wall. The city responded in Read More …

Catholic University Celebrates Spooky Season with Halloween on Campus

By Abby Anderko It is spooky season at Catholic University, and there are many ways students and professors alike get to get their scare on. All over campus, events are hosted to get the community into the Halloween spirit. Campus Ministry held their annual Halloween on Campus event on Thursday October 25th, where professors and Read More …

Eating Healthy as a College Student: How to Eat Whole Foods Without Going to Whole Foods

By Liz Friden Abby Fitzgerald is a senior economics major at Catholic University who started a health & wellness themed Instagram in July 2018 called @fuelingabs. The page is an outlet for Fitzgerald to discuss her healthy recipes and lifestyle. In her first post, Fitzgerald said, “Having a healthy relationship with food has not come Read More …

Middle States Accreditation Process

  By Katie Ward Catholic University is preparing for the Middle States Commission for Higher Education (MSCHE) accreditation process, a process which certifies an institution’s educational quality every ten years. Founded in 1887, the MSCHE is a non profit non governmental organization that evaluates higher education in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, Read More …

Cardinal Weekend Football Game

By Neil Kavanaugh The Catholic University Cardinals hosted the Springfield College Spirits this past Saturday as part of Catholic U’s alumni weekend, falling to the Spirits 23-11. The stands were filled with Cardinals from past and present cheering on the boys in black and red. Before the football game began, current students and alumni celebrated Read More …