Take Back the Night 2019

By Rachel Stevens Peer Educators Empowering Respectful Students (PEERS) sponsored an event called Take Back the Night, in which students presented testimonials about experiences of sexual violence, and the campus community came together to pledge to end it. The sixth annual Take Back the Night was hosted Monday April 15 in Pryz Great Room C, Read More …

Odyssey Day: A Look at the Class of 2023

By Kat Kaderabek More than 1200  prospective students and their parents attended Odyssey Day, a day-long opportunity for explore Catholic University as they make decisions about their college futures. The event lasted the entire day and included a myriad of activities for current high school students and their families, offering info sessions personalized to specific Read More …

Founder’s Day Ball 2019

By Rachel Stevens Catholic University’s annual Founder’s Day Ball, celebrating the University’s beginnings, was held in Heritage Hall this year, instead of its usual location of the Mullen Library parking lot. Due to threats of thunderstorms, Program Board made a decision for student safety. The location change on the day of the dance did not Read More …

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 …