Carolina Kitchen

By Noelia Veras On the corner of Washington Place is the Rhode Island Row location of Carolina Kitchen. This restaurant specializes in comfort food and a wholistic Southern experience, all while providing fresh ingredients and amazing customer service. When walking in, one is instantly greeted by the famous Carolina Kitchen slogan “welcome, welcome, welcome.” The Read More …

SGA Passes Legislation to Increase Counseling Services, Provide Menstrual Products in All Female Bathrooms, and Launch The Water Sustainability Project

By Catherine O’Grady The Student Government Association Senate voted to increase counseling service for the student body during its second to last meeting of the year. During the meeting, senators also worked to pass resolutions concerning availability to menstrual products for female students on campus, updates to be made on water fountains throughout campus, and Read More …

2019 University Research Day Sees Highest Amount of Presentations in Event History

By Katie Ward Over 250 students and faculty presented research during the fourth annual University Research Day on Tuesday, April 9. Research included topics such as Latino youth in computer programming, Armenian mythology, and the ability of the yersinia pestis bacteria to be used as  a bioterrorist agent. Students from across campus came to presentations Read More …

Governors, Senators, Mayors, Oh My! The Race for 2020 Gets Bigger

By Duane Paul Murphy The 2020 presidential primaries and the overall race to defeat President Trump are getting larger as additional candidates officially announced their candidacies. So far, almost twenty Democrats have declared their candidacy, and one former Republican governor has declared a formal exploratory committee. From federal house representatives and senators to city mayors Read More …

Top Ten Things to Do in DC This Weekend (April 12-14)

By Jessica Fetrow As the spring semester winds down, and with only four weekends left in the semester, here are some “must-do’s” in Washington. D.C. before heading home for the summer! Cooking Up History– As stated on their website, “Cooking Up History is the National Museum of American History’s free monthly deep dive into the Read More …

Catholic Athletics Give Strong Performances Down Home Stretch of the Regular Season

By Jared Prenda As the warm weather has finally come to the nation’s capital, many of the Catholic University athletics teams are wrapping up their regular seasons. Spring is looking to be the university’s most productive season, with four of the seven teams in season sitting within the top four of their respective tables. Both Read More …