Professor of Economics on University’s Dismissal of Professor Stephen J. McKenna

By Dr. Ernest M. Zampelli Statement of Dr. Ernest M. Zampelli, Emeritus Professor of Economics, to the Faculty Assembly Regarding the University’s Dismissal of Professor Stephen J. McKenna In my almost 35 years at CUA as faculty member, department chair, president of the academic senate, and member of a seemingly endless number of senate and Read More …

Why the Anti-Straw Crusaders Are Critically Misinformed

By Ben Gardner The elimination of plastic straws from restaurants in favor of alternatives seems to be the newest and most promising eco-trend going around the U.S. and Germany. However, while many have joined this bandwagon, hoping to feel better about their own plastic usage, very few have actually done any research into this topic. Read More …

Trump Delivers Second State of the Union Address

By Alexander Santana President Donald Trump delivered his second State of the Union address on Tuesday evening in the U.S. Capitol’s House of Representatives chamber. Trump spoke about many domestic and foreign policy priorities and significant pieces of legislation passed in the 115th Congress with bipartisan support. He focused his speech on the state of Read More …

Can you Imagine Not Being From Boston?

By Sarah Harrigan Since 2001, the professional sport teams from the greater Boston area have come together to win an unparalleled eleven National Championships. Well, twelve after this Sunday. February 3rd is every American’s favorite day of the year- the Superbowl. From the commercials, to the halftime performances, and most importantly the game-time snacks, the Read More …

President Garvey’s Response to January 25th’s Letter to the Editor

Last Week’s Article: Letter to The Editor: CUA Should Support Action For Migrants’ Lives Too January 24, 2019 Dear Ms. Gregorian and Ms. Godovich, My thanks to you and your classmates for your letter and petition expressing your disagreement with the decision to cancel classes for four hours on Friday, Jan. 18, so our students Read More …