Arts & Entertainment

Out of this World Donuts and Music

By Rachel Stevens Galaxy themed donuts, live performances, and a photo booth were all parts of what made “Space Jams and Joe,” hosted by Program Board on Thursday April 25, an “out of this world” event. The big draw to this event was the final raffle prize. Anyone attending was eligible to win a pair Read More …

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Avengers: Endgame is the Film MCU Fans Have Been Waiting For

By Katarina Ivancik and Neil Kavanaugh After over ten years of world-building and character development, the Russo brothers have brought the original Marvel Cinematic Universe to an epic conclusion during its opening weekend of “Avengers: Endgame.” The movie made history becoming the first movie to surpass the 1 billion mark in its opening weekend. Students Read More …

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Cherry Blossom Fever

By Kat Kaderabek The annual blooming of the cherry blossom trees bring out the best in Catholic University’s campus, ushering in warm weather marked by the flip flops and shorts seen through Spring. Spring in The District is a long-anticipated time of year, and this year has been no exception. Both new and returning students Read More …

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The Kooky Joy of the Addams Family Musical 

By Miriam Trujillo On the Saturday night before Easter break, CenterStage’s production of The Addams Family Musical played for a packed and enthusiastic audience in Ward Hall. The Addams Family Musical was CenterStage’s penultimate production of the year. It played for three nights over Founders Day weekend, and garnered enthusiastic attention across campus. The Addams Read More …

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Profs and Pints Provides Higher Education Opportunities to a Large Demographic

By Katarina Ivancik Profs and Pints, founded by Peter Schmidt, is a company with a goal to create a unique learning opportunity that allows professors of all disciplines to share their knowledge in a setting where it can be enjoyed by a wide and varied demographic. An event took place on April 11, at the Read More …

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Billie Eilish Releases Critically Acclaimed Debut Album

By Duane Paul Murphy Born Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell, Billie Eilish is a bright and independent-spirited star on the rise with her debut album released on March 29th, 2019 called When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Eilish’s older brother, Finneas O’Connell, was the album’s producer. With his help, Eilish’s teenage angst Read More …

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Cue to Cue: Making Stage Magic in the Addams Family Musical

By Miriam Trujillo After weeks of preparation, Catholic University’s CenterStage is ready to perform their second to last show of the year: The Addams Family Musical. This past Tuesday, the cast and crew came together from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. for their rigorous cue to cue rehearsal. Perhaps the most technically crucial rehearsal in Read More …

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Take Note Hosts Shamrockappella

By Amanda McShane Shamrockappella was an event filled with wonderful talent and strong vocals, taking place on Saturday night in the Pryzbyla Great Rooms. Take Note A Cappella hosted the annual event that is highly anticipated by students across campus. Groups from all around the DMV area performed including American University, Georgetown, UMBC and Catholic Read More …

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Rome School of Music, Drama, and Art Performs Julius Caesar in Egypt

By Neil Kavanaugh This past weekend the Rome School of Music, Drama, and Art performed Julius Caesar in Egypt, an opera spanning from Caesar and Cleopatra’s first meeting to their marriage. The opera took place in the Hartke Theatre and was in Italian, backed by an extremely talented orchestra. The opera tells the story of Read More …

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Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence

By Noelia Veras The National Portrait Gallery is honoring women’s suffrage with the “Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence” exhibit on display until January 5, 2020. Paintings, photographs, pennants, and banners from the 19th and early 20th century are all on display to tell the history of women’s suffrage in America. The exhibit’s main Read More …

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