Catholic University Professor’s Tweet Goes Viral in Response to French President

By Nell Rowe Catholic University’s Dr. Catherine Pakaluk of the Busch School of Business ignited a Twitter hashtag movement in response to recent comments by France’s President Emmanuel Macron linking lack of education to higher fertility in African nations. Macron spoke at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s ‘Goalkeepers’ event in New York on September Read More …

Wave of Explosives Sent to Trump Critics

By Alexander Santana Suspicious packages containing potential explosive devices were sent to multiple current and former government leaders, donors, and media outlets, raising concerns over the current political climate in the United States. Most recently, two additional pipe bombs, one addressed to former Vice President Joseph Biden and the other to actor Robert De Niro Read More …

Street Sense Media Share Stories of Homeless People

By Kat Kaderabek Organizations such as Street Sense Media are working towards ending homelessness in the greater D.C. area through various events and media platforms. Street Sense is a non-profit organization which employs those suffering from homelessness to tell their own stories and experiences through the selling of their newspaper. The organization believes “that while Read More …

Former Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis Speaks Out About the Freddie Gray Inspired Riots

By Duane Paul Murphy Former Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis discussed the 2015 Baltimore riots over Freddie Gray’s death and the impact it has on the city of Baltimore, at the Pryzbyla Center on Tuesday evening. The event was moderated by associate professor of sociology Brandon Vaidyanathan and organized by the university’s Institute for Human Read More …

Candace Masters Art Work

By Amanda McShane Candace Masters, a 2005 graduate of the university art department is showcasing her work with her “Entangled” exhibit at the Salve Regina art gallery focusing on her personal experiences as well as other women’s struggles. Her work “Entangled” has been shown from August 30 through October 26 in the Salve Regina Art Read More …

Catholic University Alumna Creates Craft Mustard Buisness

By Emily Prendergast While walking through the condiment aisle in a local grocery store, the temptation exists to grab the first name brand seen or, as a college student, the least expensive product that catches the eye. Kristen Langan, a Catholic University alumna, has created a mustard that may change the minds of healthy-option seekers Read More …