Ariana Grande’s New Single Sparks Conversation on Personal Growth from Relationships

By Emily Prendergast Fans are raving about Ariana Grande’s new single named “thank u, next.” This song was preceded by numerous tweets by the artist including the words, “thank u, next” calling out her ex-fiance, Pete Davidson. Fans speculated that this would be the title of her new album, not expecting her to drop the Read More …

Legally Blonde the Musical: Interviews With the Cast

Interviews By Amanda McShane The Rome School of Music, Drama and Art is putting on the production, Legally Blonde the Musical this weekend. I had the opportunity to interview the Catholic University students who play the main characters in the show. Anna Phillips-Brown, Ashton Schaffer and Becca Malachowski explained the rewards and challenges they each Read More …

DC Street Art

By Allie Wertz In an attempt to limit illegal graffiti, Washington D.C. is publicizing and initiating street art programs.  Instead of trying to prohibit local artist’s expressions, the district is providing them with a legal alternative. In the past, street artists would illegally spray paint murals on any available building wall. The city responded in Read More …

Catholic University Celebrates Spooky Season with Halloween on Campus

By Abby Anderko It is spooky season at Catholic University, and there are many ways students and professors alike get to get their scare on. All over campus, events are hosted to get the community into the Halloween spirit. Campus Ministry held their annual Halloween on Campus event on Thursday October 25th, where professors and Read More …

Candace Masters Art Work

By Amanda McShane Candace Masters, a 2005 graduate of the university art department is showcasing her work with her “Entangled” exhibit at the Salve Regina art gallery focusing on her personal experiences as well as other women’s struggles. Her work “Entangled” has been shown from August 30 through October 26 in the Salve Regina Art Read More …