Arts & Entertainment

Debut of The King’s Speech at The National Theater

Courtesy of washingtonpost.com By Jacqueline Jedrych David Seidler’s original play The King’s Speech debuted at The National Theater on February 11, 2020 and will run until February 16. The show inspired the 2010 film by the same name which won 4 Oscars and a slew of other awards and recognition. The National Theater’s run will Read More …

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We Return Fighting: The African American Experience in World War I

Courtesy of The National Museum of African American History and Culture By Angela Hickey The Smithsonian Museum’s new exhibit, We Return Fighting: The African American Experience in World War I explores and highlights the overlooked role that African Americans played in World War I. This open and free exhibit depicts the lives of African Americans Read More …

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D.C. Postal Museum: A Stamp on American History (Review)

Courtesy of Washington.org  By Jeremy Perillo Located within several hundred feet of the Union Station Metro stop is a museum that is no doubt overlooked by most tourists and museum-goers. While many people may be eager to visit the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History or the National Museum of African American History and Culture, Read More …

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A Day Exploring the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History

Courtesy of Kat Kaderabek By Kat Kaderabek  Located along the National Mall, the Museum of Natural History holds several permanent exhibits including a butterfly pavilion, the Hope Diamond, a collection of dinosaur fossils, as well as temporary exhibits such as The Bearded Lady Project and Sea Monsters Unearthed. Based largely in science and new discovery, Read More …

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The Mac Miller Review: Circles

By Katie Van Lew Mac Miller’s sixth studio album, Circles, curated to accompany Swimming, was released posthumously on January 17, 2020. This album proceeds Swimming, his fifth studio album. Unlike his albums prior, Swimming encapsulates Miller’s raw, emotional depth, highlighting his personal struggles with himself. Throughout his life, Miller was open about his afflictions with Read More …

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2020 Oscars: A Shocking Turn of Events

Courtesy of CNN.com By Noelia Veras The 2020 Academy Awards made history Sunday night, shocking many people by awarding films that would traditionally not be recognized at the Oscars, namely the short film Hair Love and the foreign language film Parasite. Although the Academy got a lot of backlash for its lack of diverse nominations, Read More …

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The Bachelor: Pilot Pete Season Review

By: Kat Kaderabek  While ABC’s current season of The Bachelor promised drama and intrigue, it did not promise the headaches and eyerolls that would occur throughout Pilot Pete’s time as the bachelor.  Peter Weber has been portrayed as the perfect man by the Bachelor franchise for the past year. Shockingly scorned by previous Bachelorette, Hannah Read More …

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Get Off Campus and Study

By: Bella Ramon Finding a reliable study spot is extremely important as a college student. The library on Catholic U’s campus is usually a good choice, but can sometimes feel a bit gloomy. Luckily, the District is full of dependable and aesthetically pleasing areas that can satisfy a college student’s every need.  The most obvious Read More …

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Ice Skating in Georgetown

By Jacqueline Jedrych  Winter in the District is celebrated in many ways, one of the most popular being ice skating. The rink at the Washington Harbour crowds with families, couples, and friends eager to soak up the festive spirit.  Available by metro or car-sharing service, Catholic University students can get to K Street in Georgetown Read More …

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Miss Americana Review

By: Kat Kaderabek  Taylor Swift recently released a Netflix documentary titled Miss Americana which details her long career and personal life in the spotlight. From a national pop sensation to a hated, dramatized has-been, Swift outlines the thoughts and emotions surrounding the periods of transition her twenty year career has taken. The public’s anticipation for Read More …

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