The Science and Solution Behind Positive Thinking

By Caroline Carr It is no secret that positive thinking can be a challenging task to implement into one’s life, especially when battling against modern-day influences, such as news networks and social media. It seems as if there is always negativity surrounding media outlets. The news contains what psychologists call “negativity bias,” which is the Read More …

10 Things to Do in DC During the Shutdown

By Jess Fetrow During the government shutdown, popular D.C. “go-to’s” such as the Smithsonian National Zoo, the Smithsonian Museums, National Parks, and Monument Visitor Centers are unavailable to the public, but don’t let that ruin your weekend! Here are 10 things to do in Washington, D.C. this weekend as the government shutdown goes into its Read More …

Murphy’s Grill Offers Fresh Alternative to Catholic University Student Restaurant

By Jessica Fetrow It’s around 8:30 on a Friday night, and business is booming at Murphy’s Grill. Students are munching away on classic Three Cheese Grilled Cheeses with tomato soup, Murphy’s Burgers, and Bacon & Jalapeño Mac and Cheese, while loudly laughing and shouting over the restaurant’s classic rock soundtrack. In the front, hostess Jennifer Read More …