CUA Baseball Beats Stevenson, 6-5

By Jimmy Cassidy The Catholic University of America’s baseball team came home from its nine-inning road match up against Stevenson University with a 6-3 victory. The win advances the Cardinals to 4-4 in 2016, while the Mustangs move to 4-5 overall. Catholic, who is averaging over 11 hits per game, tallied 13 hits from eight Read More …

From the Hartke to Signature Theatre – An interview with Stefan Alexander Kempski from “Road Show”

by Maria Rodriguez Not even having yet graduated, Stefan Alexander Kempski from Catholic University’s Department of Drama is currently performing in a local theater’s production of Road Show by Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman. Kempski, who took off a year from his studies at Catholic University to focus on acting opportunities, is playing multiple roles Read More …

St. Amant Vetoes Metro Agreement and Other Legislation

By John Connolly The Student Government Association (SGA) announced that President Anne St. Amant vetoed three pieces of legislation that had been passed in the SGA senate, at their meeting on Monday, February 22nd. Among the vetoed items is a resolution regarding the pending agreement with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority (WMTA) addressing discounted Read More …

The Politics Corner

By Christopher Motola and Duane Paul Murphy, Tower Staff Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia passed away on Saturday at the age of 79. Scalia was the first Italian-American Justice nominated to the Supreme Court, and was known for his outspoken nature and originalist interpretation of the Constitution. Justice Scalia was born in Trenton, New Jersey Read More …

Supreme Court Justice Scalia’s Funeral to be Held in Basilica This Weekend

By Maria Rodriguez Vice President Joseph Biden, Supreme Court Justices, and dignitaries will celebrate the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on Saturday, February 20th. The mass will be celebrated by Justice Scalia’s son, Reverend Paul Scalia, who is based in Read More …

CUA Musical Theater Student Receives Award Nomination

By Bernadette Launi John Sygar, a Catholic University senior Musical Theatre major, received a nomination earlier this month for the coveted Helen Hayes Awards. The Helen Hayes Awards, established in 1983, recognize excellence for professional theatre in the Washington, D.C. area. Sygar, a native of Bowie, MD, received his nomination for “Outstanding Supporting Actor in Read More …