Rep. John Dingell, Longest Serving Member of Congress in History, Dies

By Alex Santana Former U.S. Representative John D. Dingell Jr., (D-MI) the longest serving member of Congress in American history, died on February 7th at the age of 92. Dingell passed away from prostate cancer with his wife of almost forty years, Representative Debbie Dingell (D-MI), at his side. Debbie Dingell succeeded her husband in Read More …

Student Philanthropy Council Gives Back to CUA

By Thomas Holmes The Student Philanthropy Council is hosting its annual week dedicated to showing appreciation for Catholic University. This is the second year in a row that Student Philanthropy Council has hosted its Philanthropy Week. As part of 2019 Philanthropy Week, the student organization tabled in the Pryzbyla Center on Monday allowing students the Read More …

Catholic University Men’s Basketball Grounds Gophers at Home

By Neil Kavanaugh The Catholic University Men’s Basketball Team defeated Goucher College 75-60 at home this Wednesday. The Cardinals held the lead for almost the entire game, dominating the Gophers in time of possession. Junior Riley Hayes led the Cardinals in scoring with 17 points, including seven free throws. The first half started off very Read More …

Catholic Lacrosse Hosts Southern Virginia in Home Opener

By Neil Kavanaugh Catholic University Men’s Lacrosse Team held their home opener against Southern Virginia University in a decisive 20-14 loss this past Wednesday, January 13th. The Cardinals fought hard, but fell behind early in the game and could not recover. junior middle, Vince Catenacci, led the Cardinals in scoring with four goals. The SVU Read More …

Catholic Hockey Takes Home Trophy

By Neil Kavanaugh The  Catholic Men’s Ice Hockey Team won the Delaware Valley Collegiate Hockey Conference Patriot Division Championships this past Sunday, January 11 with a strong 11-5 win over York College. “It’s been an incredible year for the team,” said senior defenseman Stephen Terenzio. “It was a great group of guys who worked hard the whole Read More …

Professor of Economics on University’s Dismissal of Professor Stephen J. McKenna

By Dr. Ernest M. Zampelli Statement of Dr. Ernest M. Zampelli, Emeritus Professor of Economics, to the Faculty Assembly Regarding the University’s Dismissal of Professor Stephen J. McKenna In my almost 35 years at CUA as faculty member, department chair, president of the academic senate, and member of a seemingly endless number of senate and Read More …

How Government Agencies Are Keeping Spirits High After the Government Shutdown

By Thomas Curry December 22, 2018 marked the day President Donald Trump shut down the government due to lack of agreement between Democrats and Republicans on the issue of building a wall between the United States/Mexico border. After the shutdown reached the one month mark, Trump made an agreement with Democratic lawmakers to temporarily reopen Read More …