Graduate Students Not Paid On Time in September Due to Transition to New Payroll System

Courtesy of Metropolitan School of Professional Studies By Amanda McShane More than 100 student workers were not paid on time at the end of September due to a new digitized payroll system and miscommunication between students, faculty and the administrative departments. The unpaid students were informed of the late payment, which was supposed to be Read More …

The Conference for the Dignity of Work

By Abby Anderko The Busch School of Business and Napa Institute co-hosted a three day conference with political and religious leaders focused on the important relationship between human dignity and work, October 3-5. This three day conference consisted of keynote speakers and panel discussions to explore themes of work and human dignity, including the sanctification Read More …

Brett Kavanaugh Sworn in as the Next Justice of the Supreme Court

By Alexander Santana With 50 yeas and 48 nays Brett M. Kavanaugh was confirmed on October 6th by the U.S. Senate to serve as the next Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. West Virginia’s Joe Manchin was the only Democratic Senator to vote in favor of Kavanaugh’s confirmation while Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) voted Read More …

The Importance of Being Earnest

By Miriam Trujillo The Catholic University drama department presented a fully staged version of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest this past weekend. The audience could tell that they were in for a lighthearted treat as soon as they walked into the theatre: A group of actors was gathered around the onstage piano, singing Read More …