Freedom of Speech Inside an Adscript Environment

By Katie Hoban Freedom of Speech is a right guaranteed by the Constitution that many citizens use on a daily basis. It is a principle in our society, supporting an individual’s articulation of opinion and ideas in the absence of censorship or legal ramification. The event “Inside Voices: The Free Speech Rights of Incarcerated Americans”, Read More …

John Garvey Talks with National Endowment For The Humanities Chairman

By Duane Paul Murphy Catholic University of America President John Garvey held a public conversation on Tuesday with National Endowment For The Humanities (NEH) Chairman Jon Parrish Peede to discuss religion and higher education in Pryz Great Room B. More than 30 people were in attendance, including university students, faculty, and staff as well as Read More …

Sudan’s Omar Al-Bashir Outested by Nation’s Military Forces

By Duane Paul Murphy The nation of Sudan made history on April 11, 2019, as the country’s armed military forces ousted its 30-year ruling authoritarian leader, President Omar Al-Bashir, in a coup d’etat. Free and fair democratic elections are expected to occur sometime between 2019 and 2020. According to sources from France24, between the day Read More …

Mueller Investigation’s 400-Page Redacted Report Recently Released

By Thomas Curry The Justice Department recently released their redacted version of the Mueller Reports that explains details over President Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 presidential election. Special counsel Robert Mueller III’s report deals with details on the president, his associates and any potential interference with the presidential election that came from Russia. The Read More …

Students and Faculty Gather to Share Experiences with Diversity at Accessibility Panel

By Thomas Holmes Catholic University’s Student Government Association (SGA) and the Diversity and Inclusion Initiative hosted the Accessibility Panel in order to raise awareness for the diverse groups on campus and to begin a conversation about inclusivity. The event was held in Caldwell Auditorium on April 16. Four panelists gave their personal accounts about experiencing Read More …

Representative Rashida Tlaib Submits Impeachment Resolution

By Theresa Whitfield Freshman Democratic Representative Rashida Tlaib formally submitted her movement for the impeachment of President Donald Trump on March 27. This resolution garnered support from only one other person: Representative Al Green of Texas. Green, a Democrat representative from Texas’ 9th district, also tried to push for impeachment himself. “It’s not about Democrats, Read More …

SGA Passes Legislation to Increase Counseling Services, Provide Menstrual Products in All Female Bathrooms, and Launch The Water Sustainability Project

By Catherine O’Grady The Student Government Association Senate voted to increase counseling service for the student body during its second to last meeting of the year. During the meeting, senators also worked to pass resolutions concerning availability to menstrual products for female students on campus, updates to be made on water fountains throughout campus, and Read More …

Pope Francis Allows Vatican Archives on the Holocaust to be Opened

By Alexander Santana Beginning March 2, 2020, the Vatican will allow researchers and historians to view documents held in its archives concerning Pope Pius XII and the Roman Catholic Church’s efforts to combat the Holocaust during World War II, years before scheduled. Over the decades Pope Pius XII has been accused of not doing enough Read More …

Democrats to Soon Choose Site of 2020 Convention

By Alex Santana The Democratic National Committee (DNC) will announce in the next few weeks which American city will host the DNC’s July 13-16 2020 national convention where the party’s democratic nominee will be selected. Houston, Milwaukee, and Miami are the three finalists and each have their own positive and negative attributes. Florida Democrats recently Read More …