Renowned Biologist Discusses Stem Cell Research

By Lindsey Valancius When explaining something complex like cellular biology, cellular biologist Rick Horwitz equates a cell to a football team. The genes and molecules represent a football roster because they predict cellular activity. The molecular structure and interactions of the cell are similar to the techniques and plays assigned to each football position.     Read More …

SGA and PEERS Host Clothing Drive for Sexual Assault Survivors

By Rachel Stevens The Student Government Association (SGA) and Peer Educators Empowering Respectful Students (PEERS) came together to host a campus-wide clothing drive for the Network for Victim Recovery of DC from October 8-12. This month is dedicated to relationship violence awareness, by both of these student organizations. The drive was held in response to Read More …

Graduate Students Not Paid On Time in September Due to Transition to New Payroll System

Courtesy of Metropolitan School of Professional Studies By Amanda McShane More than 100 student workers were not paid on time at the end of September due to a new digitized payroll system and miscommunication between students, faculty and the administrative departments. The unpaid students were informed of the late payment, which was supposed to be Read More …

The Conference for the Dignity of Work

By Abby Anderko The Busch School of Business and Napa Institute co-hosted a three day conference with political and religious leaders focused on the important relationship between human dignity and work, October 3-5. This three day conference consisted of keynote speakers and panel discussions to explore themes of work and human dignity, including the sanctification Read More …

Brett Kavanaugh Sworn in as the Next Justice of the Supreme Court

By Alexander Santana With 50 yeas and 48 nays Brett M. Kavanaugh was confirmed on October 6th by the U.S. Senate to serve as the next Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. West Virginia’s Joe Manchin was the only Democratic Senator to vote in favor of Kavanaugh’s confirmation while Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) voted Read More …

Catholic University Closes Out its Discussion Sessions on Responses to the Crisis in the Catholic Church

By Natalie Colonna Catholic University students and staff met for the final installment of the “Response to the Crisis in the Catholic Church” series in the Pryzbyla Center on Monday, October 8 answering questions with a discussion on what to do when losing faith in the Church. Nearly 40 students filled six round tables in Great Read More …

Family Weekend

By Rachel Stevens This past weekend marked the 2018 chapter of a Catholic University tradition of family weekend, with nearly 2,000 registrants. Families were afforded many opportunities to be immersed in the student culture here at the University throughout the weekend. Activities were a collaboration of The Office of Campus Activities, Program Board, and The Read More …

Catholic University Holds Second Response to the Crisis in the Catholic Church Discussion Series

By Natalie Colonna Nearly fifty Catholic University students gathered on campus Tuesday night for the second installment of the “Response to the Crisis in the Catholic Church” discussion series. University Chaplain and Director of Campus Ministry, Rev. Jude DeAngelo, hosted the second part of the series titled “How Did We Get Here: An Overview of Read More …