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 …

SGA Vice President, Weston Kirby, Delivers Tie Breaking Vote and Passes Top 200 Pornography Website Ban to University Servers

By Catherine O’Grady The Student Government Association (SGA) meeting, held in Caldwell Auditorium on Monday, was the most well-attended meeting of the semester by members of the public, as students were intrigued and passionate about Resolution 018, “A Resolution for a Pornography Free Campus Network.” Approximately 60 concerned students were in attendance. The agenda for Read More …

A Pornography-Free Wi-Fi and How it’s Happening

By Emily Prendergast Catholic University’s campus has been buzzing with controversy regarding the approval of the resolution to remove the top 200 pornography websites from the university Wi-Fi. Over the past several weeks, a group of students have been collecting signatures for a petition for the ban from their classmates. The resolution was passed in Read More …

Colloquium Held on Charlemagne’s 802 Legislation

By Russell Blakeslee Emperor Charlemagne’s 802 A.D. legislation on homicide was analyzed and critiqued on Wednesday by Dr. Jennifer Davis, Associate Professor of History at the Catholic University of America, who recently wrote an essay on the topic.  Dr. Samuel Collins, Associate Professor of History at George Mason University and colleague of Dr. Davis, gave Read More …

A Conversation about Christianity in Palestine Held in Heritage Hall

By Duane Paul Murphy More than 30 guests in attendance gathered on Thursday night in Heritage Hall to listen to a conversation about the state of Christianity in Palestine from the personal experiences from a native Gazan Christian. Khalil Sayegh, an associate fellow of the a pro-Israel Christian advocacy non-profit organization Philos Project, was the Read More …