Matthew Blanchard Shares His Experience Excavating in Italy

By Catherine O’Grady The Classics Club hosted a presentation by Matthew Blanchard, a senior history and classic civilization double major, on Thursday in which he recounted his experience excavating with the British Archaeology Project. The event was hosted in the Department of Greek and Latin in McMahon Hall and invited attendees to bring their own Read More …

1100 Students Participate in Electing SGA Representatives for the Upcoming Year

By Noelia Veras and Thomas Holmes The Student Government Association (SGA) at the Catholic University of America officially had its elections for next year’s president, vice president, treasurer, secretary, and head of Program Board. On Tuesday, April 2, students voted from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on the Nest. The “Unite. Serve. Lead” ticket ended Read More …

In their Own Words: Stories from LGBTQ+ Members on Campus

By Rachel Stevens As part of a diversity and inclusion initiative, SGA hosted CUAllies on Thursday, March 28, to elevate the voices of marginalized communities on campus. “In Their Own Words,” hosted by sophomore social work student and director of this initiative, Q Garcia-Geary, introduced a panel of three LGBTQ+ community members on campus who Read More …

Can Catholic U Be More Environmentally Friendly?

By Christopher Vitale Editor’s Note: Catholic University is one of the most “green” campuses in Washington, D.C. according to the Office of Planning (OP) and Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE). Catholic U has reduced carbon emissions by 50% through the use of renewable energy. The university also operates 1,500 solar panels to displace carbon Read More …