Catholic University Bans Hover Boards on Campus Due to the Possibility of Spontaneous Combustion

By Duane Paul Murphey Johnathan Swayer, the Dean of Students and Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at the Catholic University of America, recently announced along with the university’s Risk Management Staff a total ban on hover boards, the popular and commercially successful self-balancing, hands-free scooter device, on the campus and in the residencies. The Read More …

5 Places to See After You Unpack

By Piero Filpi A necessary reacclimation period usually begins around this time due to the end of winter break and beginning of the spring semester. So now we’re all back in D.C. — finally moved in again, schedules finalized, and textbooks bought — but what has been going on these past few weeks throughout the Read More …

Spring 2016 Arts Preview

By Maria Rodriguez The semester begins and the artistic season returns. Unlike some unlucky athletes, the artists get to take a bit of a break over Christmas. The Spring 2016 semester has goodies for everyone, on as well as off campus. From theater to opera, an inverse of the two, and everything in between, the Read More …