High Street Cafe Offers a Praise-Worthy Dining Experience

By: Jessica Fetrow Tucked away on Wisconsin Avenue in the heart of Georgetown, a five minute walk from the shops on M Street, lies a local, quaint neighborhood treasure. The High Street Cafe, a well-known American brasserie, is home to diverse and delicious cuisine, offering a taste of quintessential dishes with its own unique flair. Read More …

Mental Health Crisis on CUA Campus Escalates

Photo: CUA Counseling Center By Jessica Fetrow The Catholic University of America’s Counseling Center has come under fire recently after announcing earlier in the semester through their website that they would no longer be scheduling new intakes. “Because of unusually high demand for services and a potentially longer than usual wait time between intake appointments Read More …

Top Ten Things to Do in DC This Weekend (April 12-14)

By Jessica Fetrow As the spring semester winds down, and with only four weekends left in the semester, here are some “must-do’s” in Washington. D.C. before heading home for the summer! Cooking Up History– As stated on their website, “Cooking Up History is the National Museum of American History’s free monthly deep dive into the Read More …

How to Get a Better Night’s Sleep

By Kat Kaderabek Sleep is necessary to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and for those with chaotic schedules, especially college students, sleep can be unprioritized. Sleep regulates blood sugar levels, builds the immune system, decreases stress, and allows the body to recuperate after a day’s activities. However, many people do not get enough sleep as they Read More …

How to Build Healthy Friendships and Navigate Toxic Ones

By Noelia Veras College is often an up and down experience characterized by losing and gaining friendships. There are many defining aspects of college, but friendships are one of the most formative and helpful as life skills. After graduating from Catholic University, we will reminisce on the experiences we had that were defined by the Read More …