Soulful Seashore: A Poem

By Georgi Nigro Waves. Their crashing sounds ignite my soul, The mist of the ocean sprays on me, Saving me. It is as if sitting here is healing me. Healing me from the hurt the world brings me, The devastation and constant disappointment. This escape. Sitting on the sand, Hair blowing in the soft breeze, Hitting Read More …

Type 1 Diabetes: A Pryz Survival Guide

By Cara Dimarcantonio I am a full-time student involved in multiple extracurricular activities, as well as an unpaid intern and part-time employee. One day this summer, my pancreas decided to make me do its job (which is to produce insulin, a hormone which aids the transport and storage of the sugar broken down from carbohydrates Read More …

Q & A With President Garvey on Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church

By Catherine O’Grady President John Garvey, Rev. Jude DeAngelo and Sister Nancy Bauer, assistant professor of canon law, took part in a panel about the recent sexual assault scandal in the Catholic Church on Tuesday, November 6. The event was held in the Koubek Auditorium in the Edward M. Crough Center for Architectural Studies and Read More …

Nacho Average Calling

Nacho Average Calling – The Nest By Russell Blakeslee The “Nacho Average Calling” event on Monday brought together a panel of three members of the religious life to talk about vocational discernment, with nachos thematically being served to attendees. The event was organized by the Catholic Values Task Force of the Student Government Association (SGA).  Task Read More …

Alumni, Mitch Landrieu Delivered a Speech Reflecting on his Book “In the Shadows of Statues”

By Abby Anderko Mitch Landrieu, the former Mayor of New Orleans spoke to the Catholic University community on Wednesday November 7 about his book In the Shadows of Statues: A White Southerner Confronts History in his presentation that is the newest installment in the History Matters lecture series. Other topics in the lecture included racism Read More …