Top Religion Reporters Speak About Catholic Sex Abuse Scandals

By Duane Paul Murphy  Five religion reporters spoke to more than 50 people in attendance on Monday night, November 19, at Father O’Connell Hall to discuss recent sex abuse scandals in the Catholic Church. The public discussion, hosted by the university’s Institute for Human Ecology, is the first of a series of planned events titled Read More …

A Night in Paris at the New International Spy Museum

By Rachel Stevens Catholic University’s 2018 Mistletoe Ball is a tradition each year. This year, tickets sold out the fastest they’ve sold in many years. This may be due to the popular announced venue. Some students are looking to even buy tickets second hand with a price increase. Program Board is hosting Mistletoe Ball on Read More …

Anscombe Society Promotes Abstinence on Campus

By Lindsey Valancius Eight Catholic University students joined college students from across the nation at the Love and Fidelity Network Conference this past October. The conference was hosted at Princeton University and the speakers for the three-day conference included professors from Princeton, Villanova, and Brigham Young Universities. The conference’s theme was sexual integrity on university Read More …

The Famous Magnolia Bakery Settles into Union Station

By Julia Donnelly In the corner of Union Station surrounded by the hustle and bustle, is a sweet treat getaway. The smell of baked goods fills the air. Glass cases are filled with decadent mini cheesecakes, specialty cupcakes, and countless other sweet treats.  Pastry chefs can be seen icing and decorating cupcakes from outside through the Read More …

Catholic University Men’s Rugby Moves to National Sweet 16 Tournament

By Liz Friden The Catholic University Men’s Rugby team hosted Bucknell University at St. Johns High School in Northwest D.C. in the South Atlantic Qualifier Match on a sunny Saturday afternoon on November 17. The Cardinals were ranked 4th in the club division and Bucknell was ranked 15th. The Cardinals are now moving to the Read More …