Type 1 Diabetes: A Pryz Survival Guide

By Cara Dimarcantonio I am a full-time student involved in multiple extracurricular activities, as well as an unpaid intern and part-time employee. One day this summer, my pancreas decided to make me do its job (which is to produce insulin, a hormone which aids the transport and storage of the sugar broken down from carbohydrates Read More …

Lead Actress, Patricia Meneses, Hosted a Discussion on the Short Film “Las Desaparecidas”

  By Noelia Veras Catholic University held a screening of the film “Las Desaparecidas,” and a discussion with the lead actress, Patricia Meneses on November 5. The short film took place in Mexico and discussed the ongoing issue of mass murders of females, known as “femicide”. The film discussed the rampant corruption in Mexico, and Read More …

Eating Healthy as a College Student: How to Eat Whole Foods Without Going to Whole Foods

By Liz Friden Abby Fitzgerald is a senior economics major at Catholic University who started a health & wellness themed Instagram in July 2018 called @fuelingabs. The page is an outlet for Fitzgerald to discuss her healthy recipes and lifestyle. In her first post, Fitzgerald said, “Having a healthy relationship with food has not come Read More …

The Brookland Exchange Maker’s Market

By Amanda McShane The Brookland Exchange Maker’s Market took place on the Brookland Arts Walk Thursday, September 20 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. bringing the Brookland and Catholic University community together. It was vibrant event with dozens of Washington D.C. vendors. The Monroe Street Market apartment complex management company, the Bozzuto company hired bands Read More …