A Conversation about Christianity in Palestine Held in Heritage Hall

By Duane Paul Murphy More than 30 guests in attendance gathered on Thursday night in Heritage Hall to listen to a conversation about the state of Christianity in Palestine from the personal experiences from a native Gazan Christian. Khalil Sayegh, an associate fellow of the a pro-Israel Christian advocacy non-profit organization Philos Project, was the Read More …

History of Queen Anne’s Revenge Hosted by the Department of Anthropology

By Caroline Carr Catholic University’s Department of Anthropology hosted an event introduced by a real-life pirate, otherwise known to the student body as anthropology professor David Clark, who dressed up for the event in a pirate bandana, eyepatch, gold earring, and goonies t-shirt. The lecture, titled “The Story of Blackbeard’s Shipwreck Queen Anne’s Revenge” took Read More …

March Madness Recap

By Neil Kavanaugh March is winding down, which means it’s time for the NCAA’s annual men’s college basketball tournament, often referred to as March Madness. March Madness has taken Catholic University by storm. 64 teams enter, only one will emerge. This is what has happened the past week, see how your bracket stacks up. “For Read More …

Pennsylvania Congressman Brendan Boyle Speaks to Students at Law School

By Duane Paul Murphy Pennsylvania Congressman Brendan Boyle spoke to more than 30 students about the state of American politics in Washington, D.C., as well as nationwide, on Wednesday night in the Byron Auditorium of the Columbus School of Law. Dr. John Kenneth White, longtime senior politics professor at Catholic University, moderated the discussion with Read More …

Coach Steven Howes Resigns as Men’s Basketball Team Head Coach

By Jared Prenda After serving 15 years as the head coach for the Catholic University of America men’s basketball team, Steven Howes announced his resignation on Tuesday, March 19. Over those 15 seasons, Coach Howes brought constant success, bringing the Cardinals to a winning record in 13 seasons, and had an overall record of 276-138. Read More …

Washington’s Rapid Gentrification Among the Highest in the Nation, Recently affecting Brookland

By Thomas Curry Studies have been conducted for years regarding the effects of gentrification in communities such as Shaw, U Street Corridor and Columbia Heights; however, gentrification has recently made its way to Northeastern D.C., including the Brookland neighborhood. Gentrification, a term that has risen in popularity since the turn of the twenty-first century, explains Read More …