Jane Goodall: National Geographic Covergirl, Worldwide Phenomena

Courtesy of Julianna Guthrie  By Julianna Guthrie Becoming Jane: The Evolution of Dr. Jane Goodall is a new innovative exhibit put out by the National Geographic Museum in partnership with the Jane Goodall Institute. The exhibit opened last November and will remain open through the summer of 2020.  Visitors are led into the exhibit by Read More …

College Republicans Host Students for Carbon Dividends

Courtesy of Students for Carbon Dividends Facebook Page By Theresa Whitfield  Wednesday night in Caldwell Auditorium College Republicans hosted the president of Students for Carbon Dividends, Alexander Posner, to speak on the conservative proposed solution to climate change, a looming issue which has come to define our generation. By traveling around the country and sharing Read More …

Student-Athlete Maggie Moorcones Awarded First-team All Conference

By Katie Van Lew Maggie Moorcones, a junior biomedical major at the Catholic University of America, plays mid-center for the women’s varsity soccer team. From Sterling, VA, Moorcones has been playing soccer since she was three years old. As a child, she began playing soccer on the house league team, the Loudoun Youth Soccer Association. Read More …

Impeachment Trial Week 1 Breakdown

By Cristina Goerdt  There is no lack of adjectives one could use to describe the impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump: contentious, alienating, divisive all come to mind. Legal complexities notwithstanding, the trial is also fraught with acute partisanship and political nuance. In this weekly column, I’ll provide you with day-by-day updates of the Read More …