Catholic University Alum Runs for Local City Council in Indiana

By Duane Paul Murphy A Catholic University of America alum is running for local political office to serve his small community. Aaron Smith, class of 2013, officially announced his candidacy on Wednesday, January 23 for city council in Noblesville, Indiana, a small suburban town outside the state capital city of Indianapolis. The city council district Read More …

Three New Members Sworn Into SGA

By Catherine O’Grady Last Monday night, Catholic University’s Student Government Association held its first meeting of the semester. The agenda for the meeting, which lasted 24 minutes, primarily focused on the confirmation and swearing in of the new senate appointments, as well as the future plans for the upcoming semester. Three senators from the previous Read More …

Virtuosic Violin with Alessandra Cuffaro

By B. Sterling Young This past Saturday evening, the internationally renowned violinist and Catholic University violin professor, Alessandra Cuffaro, gave a captivating performance alongside her husband, pianist and conductor Simeone Tartaglione at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn. The concert program included works by Vivaldi, Kreisler, Sarasate, Mannino, and Paganini, resulting in two hours’ worth of music Read More …

Catholic University Hosts the First of Many Lectures on the Topic of “The Meaningfulness of Life.”

By Abby Anderko Hosted by the McLean Center for the Study of Culture and Values, the lecture on “The Meaningfulness of Life” follows the same theme for the international research project that was the topic of the 2019 Annual Seminar, “inaugurating a five-year project with the central theme being the meaningfulness of life.” This is Read More …