Republicans are United by the Confirmation Battle

By Nick Swanson Anti-Kavanaugh protesters’ ugly showing of hate was on full display this past week. At the Capitol over the weekend, protesters yelled “shame” at me and others supporting Kavanaugh. They called female supporters of Kavanaugh the most vile names imaginable. They spit on Kavanaugh supporters. They said things so despicable they should never be Read More …

Combination of the Music, Art, and Drama Departments under Dean Leary-Warsaw

By Katarina Ivancik This past June, Jacqueline Leary-Warsaw was appointed as dean of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music, Drama, Art after a dramatic process of academic renewal in spring 2018. One month into the academic year, Leary-Warsaw is currently overseeing the new and exciting collaborations between the departments.  An example is the upcoming Read More …

Shop Class as Soul Craft

  By President John Garvey After trading his executive office for a mechanic’s shop, Matthew Crawford explored the value of working with your hands and the integrity of the human worker in the 21st century in his book Shop Class as Soulcraft, reviewed by President John Garvey. -Katie Ward, Tower Staff Catholics sometimes have trouble Read More …

Honoring Catholic University’s Fallen Soldiers

By Luke Cocci  At The Catholic University of America we are the children of two nations, the Catholic Church and the United States. These two nations have dedicated themselves to improving the future, while always keeping the past in mind. These two nations are ingrained in our core identity. It is in this spirit that Read More …