Making Use of the Kane

by: Isabella Andreoni When a group of three freshmen girls at The Catholic University of America walked through the doors of the Kane Fitness Center on Tuesday, Scudder Sodergreen waited with his arms crossed at the front desk. Mary Schwagerl, Sarah Keane, and Madeline Lombardo all knew what they were about to endure. But, after Read More …

Constitutional Scholar Gives Lecture on Unconstitutional Wars

by Rachel Gallagher For 20-year-old college students, there has been only one model of wartime statesmanship they have experienced first-hand, one which places power largely in the hands of the president. However, on Wednesday night Louis Fisher, Ph.D. talked to students about modern statesmanship from President Truman to the present and the constitutionality — or Read More …

Statistics Regarding Catholic University Class of 2013 Released

By Duane Paul Murphy A new study highlights a correlation between higher education and family household income. The study was conducted by Stanford University’s Equality of Opportunity Project. The Upshot, a New York Times website which generates analysis and data about politics, policy, economics, and social issues, published the study in January of 2017 about Read More …

From the President’s Bookshelf: President John Garvey Reviews What I Saw at the Revolution

Last month, the University was pleased to announce that Peggy Noonan will be the commencement speaker for Catholic University’s graduation this year. Noonan is the author of eight books, a former speechwriter for President Ronald Reagan, and has been an opinion columnist for the Wall Street Journal since 2000. I’ve always admired Noonan’s writing. She Read More …

DC Mayor Muriel Bowser Hosts Student Journalism Panel

By Sarah Donofrio   Mayor Muriel Bowser held a student journalism panel on Tuesday, April 11 to discuss her fiscal year 2018 budget with D.C. high school and college students. Student journalists from Catholic University, George Washington University, Georgetown University, and American University were in attendance as well as students from D.C. public high schools. Read More …

Second Annual University Research Day

By Maria Del Nido The second annual Research Day was held on Thursday, April 20. The event brought together Catholic University’s academic community to highlight recent research accomplishments of University students and faculty. Sponsored by the Office of the Provost, the event showcased 164 poster presentations, 73 oral presentations, and two keynote speakers. The oral Read More …

Poem 

by Alex Huntley, Class of 2019 what’s the point of existence when I’m pitted against the resistance mud sucks up to my knees I slipped down the rabbit hole in a squeeze darkness crushed me under too far down to hear the thunder away from a three dimensional world a new form of depth unfurled Read More …