2019 University Research Day Sees Highest Amount of Presentations in Event History

By Katie Ward Over 250 students and faculty presented research during the fourth annual University Research Day on Tuesday, April 9. Research included topics such as Latino youth in computer programming, Armenian mythology, and the ability of the yersinia pestis bacteria to be used as  a bioterrorist agent. Students from across campus came to presentations Read More …

College Student Leaders Talk Bipartisanship in Downtown D.C.

By Thomas Curry Student leaders from colleges across the district congregated downtown this past weekend to discuss bipartisanship between both Democrats and Republicans and how civil discourse can be achieved through the power of student organizations. Leaders from College Democrats and College Republicans of Catholic University of America, American University, Georgetown University and George Washington Read More …

John Garvey Responds to Student Concerns at Presidential Town Hall

By Catherine O’Grady Catholic University’s Student Government Association (SGA) hosted its annual Presidential Town Hall with President John Garvey and SGA President Jimmy Harrington. During the meeting, held in Heritage Hall Monday night, Garvey spoke on the progress that university has made recently before he responded to concerns raised by students. In his address, President Read More …

Red Cross Granted Access to Provide Humanitarian Aid to Venezuela

By Theresa Whitfield The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies announced on Friday that it has been granted access to provide humanitarian aid to Venezuela beginning mid-April. A majority of the citizens of Venezuela find themselves in desperate need with nowhere to turn. This announcement marks a hopeful turning point for the Read More …

Shatter the Silence

By Noelia Veras and Theresa Whitfield Catholic University’s Counseling Center and PEERS (Peer Educators Empowering Respectful Students) joined together to lead a discussion about consent and sexual assault in an event called Shatter the Silence. This event covered the basics about consent and delved deeper into the intricacies and myths surrounding consent, because April is Read More …