Controversy Over SGA Voting Procedure

By Roger Champagne The Student Government Association (SGA) Senate elections, which took place on September 21st, are being questioned about the voting process. According to sources, SGA Executive Board Members, who were in charge of voting, were unable to differentiate which students were members of which academic school and year when tallying the votes. When Read More …

The Whole Nine Yards: Students gather in the Great Room for a Q&A session regarding sexual assault at Title Nine

By Christopher Woodside On Monday, October 19th, Assistant Dean of Students, Stephanie Davey, and the University Title IX Coordinator Frank Vinik held a question and answer session in the Great Room of the Edward J. Pryzbyla Center regarding University policy for response to sexual discrimination, harassment and assault. The event was organized by the CUA Read More …

Tower Editorial

Every university has staple organizations. There is a university newspaper, College Democrats and Republicans, and more often than not, a student government. The student government at Catholic University, the Student Government Association (SGA) deserves attention, and for all the wrong reasons. Since the beginning of SGA, the voting procedures for the young organization have been Read More …

A Most Happy Fella: the CUA Fall Musical

By Maria Rodriguez A Most Happy Fella opens at the Hartke Theater on campus. “Basically, it chronicles the journey of this woman who is known as Rosabella,” said Emma Onasch, senior music theater major who plays the lead role of Rosabella. She receives a mysterious letter from a customer singing the praises of her physical Read More …

CUA Reviews: Give Me A Band, Give Me A Banana

By Stephen Fasulo II Give Me A Band, Give Me A Banana is the story of the Brazilian movie actress Carmen Miranda. The musical succeeds in almost everything it accomplishes, but still struggles in some areas. This play, Pointless Theatre’s contribution to the Women’s Voices Theater Festival, is a fun tribute to the life of Read More …