Staff Editorial: Let’s Try Giving and Not Taking

  Can you say entitled? These Catholic University(?)  students stole this sign from my yard near campus. She says, "I want that", he takes it. @cuatower @catholicuniv pic.twitter.com/UIoeojis77 — Tim P-R (@timpr_atl) December 5, 2017 By The Tower Staff This past week, The Tower was tagged in a video on Twitter showing a college-aged male steal Read More …

Quill Feature: SGA Follows Catholic Roots with “Catholic Values Task Force”

By: Contributor Alycia Monaco ’18 When Brianna Howard and John Paul Weiss ran for president and vice-president of the Student Government Association at The Catholic University of America they went all-in. Fliers in a red, white, and blue scheme with bold letters that said “Howard/Weiss” appeared on social media and were handed out in the Read More …

Globe Trotters: Experiencing the Joy of Pope Francis

By William Deatherage, Class of 2020 Greetings and salutations from the land of Europe! If you have ever considered studying abroad but worry about missing opportunities, let me be the first to assure you that there are plenty of amazing activities and events to engage in at the Catholic University of America Rome Campus. I Read More …

Saving Money, But Not Students?

By The Tower Staff The Tower reported last week that the University is considering changes to the budget that would potentially lead to lay offs of faculty here at Catholic, from the adjunct level to tenured status. These budget proposals are very much still in the works, but based on the feedback we received from Read More …

One Nation, Under the Kochs

Guest Commentary by Katie Ward, Class of 2021 Billionaire Charles Koch is not known for being a friend of the Catholic Church, so why are his recent donations changing the business school’s curriculum, and his recent publications getting him a three-day conference at the school? Koch is well-known for being a leader of the national Read More …