School of Theology Hosts Conversation on Religion and Politics

By Catherine O’Grady Catholic University’s School of Theology and Religious Studies hosted a panel discussing the relationship between religion and politics in Keane Auditorium in McGivney Hall Wednesday night. The event was held as a conversation between the three panellists— Kenneth Woodward, Thomas Reese S.J., and Peter Wehner— and mainly focused on the role which Read More …

The Call of Ireland

By Caroline Carr The Catholic University of America went all out for Irish Week, hosted by CUA Gaels, a student organization, which took place from March 18th to the 22nd with three different events throughout the Pryzbyla Center where students could enjoy these entertaining celebrations meant to preserve Irish history and culture. The events included Read More …

CUA On Tap Hosts Sister Helen Prejean, Author of Dead Man Walking

By Catherine O’Grady Campus Ministry hosted Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty in the United States and vocal opponent of the death penalty, on Thursday evening in Caldwell Hall. Prejean’s presentation emphasized the dignity of all human life, even the lives of those people convicted of Read More …

President Trump Meets with Leaders of Brazil and the Caribbean

By Alexander Santana Last week President Donald Trump hosted Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro, and the leaders of the Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, and Saint Lucia to discuss economic cooperation and the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Venezuela. On March 19th, Trump welcomed the controversial Brazilian president to the White House. Elected in October 2018 Read More …

How to Get a Better Night’s Sleep

By Kat Kaderabek Sleep is necessary to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and for those with chaotic schedules, especially college students, sleep can be unprioritized. Sleep regulates blood sugar levels, builds the immune system, decreases stress, and allows the body to recuperate after a day’s activities. However, many people do not get enough sleep as they Read More …

How to Build Healthy Friendships and Navigate Toxic Ones

By Noelia Veras College is often an up and down experience characterized by losing and gaining friendships. There are many defining aspects of college, but friendships are one of the most formative and helpful as life skills. After graduating from Catholic University, we will reminisce on the experiences we had that were defined by the Read More …

Bringing the Sounds and Flavors of Latin America to Catholic University

By Katarina Ivancik The Center of Cultural Engagement hosted an event which allowed students of all cultural backgrounds to engage in the music and cuisine of Latin America.   The director of the Center of Cultural Engagement, Javier W. Bustamante, described the center as an office that provides support to student of color on campus Read More …