Staff Editorial: A Letter to the Administration on the Counseling Center

Around midterms season every semester, many students realize a hard truth: the Counseling Center closed to new clients weeks ago. Although the 45 free individual sessions guarantee is advertised to every student, only 15% of students are able to utilize the counseling center before it reaches its maximum capability.  The Counseling Center, though it makes Read More …

Displacement in Brookland Combated with Affordable Housing

By Kathleen Hoban  Despite fears of displacement in areas or Northeast and Southeast D.C., including Brookland. Mayor Muriel Bowser wants to focus on making more upscale neighborhoods affordable due to scarcity of affordable housing for the population, primarily pertaining to Rock Creek West.  Mayor Muriel Bowser announced plans to provide low-cost housing in some of Read More …

November: The Awareness Month for All

By Angela Hickey The month of November is known for being associated with cold weather, spices, and, of course, Thanksgiving. However, the start of November also welcomes the observance of multiple awareness causes such as awareness for Alzheimer’s disease, Diabetes, and Pancreatic Cancer.  Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disorder that causes the rapid degeneration of Read More …

Heritage Foundation Hosts “Big Data & Big Brother” Talk on Privacy

By Gaeun Jeon The Heritage Foundation in downtown Washington, D.C. hosted a “Big Data & Big Brother” talk on Friday about privacy and Fourth Amendment rights, consisting of three panelists who spoke about a variety of topics regarding governmental power over individual privacy. Charles Cully Stimson, a senior legal fellow and manager with the National Read More …

Catholic University Celebrates Halloween Along With the Brookland Community

By Catherine O’Grady Halloween is one of the few big holidays that students are on campus to celebrate, and this year campus organizations went all out to honor the spooky season during the last week of October.  To kick off the celebration of everything spooky, Campus Ministry hosted an excursion to Six Flags America in Read More …

Campus Ministry’s Annual “Fright Fest” Excursion

By Christopher Vitale Campus Ministry organized a trip to Six Flags America last Friday night for Fright Fest, the theme park’s annual Halloween event. Over the course of several days in the Pryzbyla Center, students were able to secure discounted tickets to the horror-themed Halloween spectacular for $20. Ticket prices covered both the park entrance Read More …