Eat Smart Month

Courtesy of American Heart Association  By Jessica Fetrow In a movement created by the American Heart Association, November is formally recognized as “Eat Smart Month” in an effort to promote long time healthy eating and cultivate healthy lifestyles. The “Eat Smart Month” program is organized in partnership with the “Healthy for Good” campaign, which “is Read More …

Three Catholic University Students Run the Marine Corps Marathon

From Left to Right: Gerard Rode, Nellie Adams, and Sophie Rychalski . Courtesy of Instagram By Katie Van Lew On Sunday, October 27, 2019, 30,000 runners participated in the 45th Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C. Dubbed the “People’s Marathon,” the marathon does not offer monetary rewards, but instead honors the runners. The course begins Read More …

Meet Your Student Health Providers!

Courtesy of the Student Health Center Website By Eva Lynch While many students have taken advantage of the free resources offered by Student Health Services at Catholic University, few are familiar with the seven associates who provide them.  The relationship between these providers and the students they serve is a special one, and getting to Read More …

November: The Awareness Month for All

By Angela Hickey The month of November is known for being associated with cold weather, spices, and, of course, Thanksgiving. However, the start of November also welcomes the observance of multiple awareness causes such as awareness for Alzheimer’s disease, Diabetes, and Pancreatic Cancer.  Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disorder that causes the rapid degeneration of Read More …

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

By Jessica Fetrow October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and college students are among the most susceptible groups to fall victim to partner abuse or violence. Furthermore, females ages 18 to 24 and 25 to 34 experience the highest rates of intimate partner violence According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, domestic violence is Read More …

Muncheez’s New Dupont Location Offers Diverse Food Experience for Catholic University Students

By Jessica Fetrow Muncheez, a casual-dining Middle Eastern restaurant with locations in Georgetown and Tenleytown, has recently opened its third location in the heart of Dupont Circle. Founded in 2010 by Beirut-native David Nammour, the restaurant specializes in both traditional and contemporary Lebanese food and offers a wide variety of flavorful, Mediterranean-style dishes with affordable Read More …