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Mother Teresa Day of Service

By Liz Friden   Hundreds of Catholic University students were assigned to locations all around the Washington, DC area for Mother Teresa Day of Service, Sunday morning. 581 volunteers signed up on the campus ministry website to volunteer . Most of these volunteers were students who signed up as a group under the 13 sports Read More …

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SGA Senate Election Brings High Voter Turnout

By Liz Friden The fourth-ever Student Government Association (SGA) Senate elections took place Wednesday night with the most candidates running for Senate in SGA history. Senate races had increased interest this year, which resulted in a total of forty-five candidates on the ballot. The Class of 2022 was the most competitive race with the highest Read More …

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Cardinal Startups Hosts First Event on Doing Good in a Digital World

By Abby Anderko Cardinal Startups is a club that focuses on different aspects of the entrepreneurial spirit in order to create a community where this spirit can be explored by members of the Catholic University community. Throughout this semester Cardinal Startups is bringing in speakers involved in different aspects of the business world. This week, Read More …

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CUA On Tap Hosts Event on Interfaith Dialogue

By Lindsey Valancius   CUA on Tap hosted their first event on Thursday, September 13 on interfaith dialogue between Catholic and Islamic populations, an event which gathered mixed reactions from the crow.      The event, “Finding Jesus Among Muslims: How Loving Islam Makes Me a Better Catholic,” featured Jordan Duffner, a Georgetown University doctorate student and author Read More …

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Protests Outside of the Basilica Against Gentrification

By Robbie Cruz Between 50 and 60 local Washington DC residents protested outside the Basilica of the National Shrine on September 16th over what they perceived as unfair treatment of DC tenants by the Basilica. The outrage happened shortly after local DC tenant Joann Doyle passed away last February. After her passing, friends and family Read More …

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Future Looks Unclear for Kavanaugh

By Alexander Santana As recent allegations of sexual assault have been levied against President Donald Trump’s nominee to be the next Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, the Senate Judiciary Committee has called for another hearing on Monday, September 24. Both Kavanaugh and his accuser, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, Read More …

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Cardinal Wuerl Plans to Resign

By Liz Friden   In a blog post Friday morning, Catholic University Chancellor Cardinal Wuerl announced his reasons for meeting with Pope Francis to discuss his resignation. “Those called to serve the Church in a leadership capacity must recognize that we are to lead not only by word, but also by personal action,” he wrote. “We Read More …

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Former CIA Director Gives Insight Into 9/11

By Katie H. When asked if he has any advice and good habits for students, the former acting CIA Director Michael Morell said,“The ability to self assess,” speaking to a group of Catholic University students on the Tuesday, the 17th anniversary of 9/11. Morell then further advised students to ask themselves, each and every night, Read More …

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Politics Corner: Midterm Elections Heat Up

By Alex Santana While many Americans will be looking as to whether Democrats take control of the U.S. House of Representatives on November 6th, there is beginning to be chatter of the Republican Senate also being possibly lost to the Democrats. According to The Hill, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said on Tuesday, “You Read More …

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CEO Lecture Series Brings In Brig Sorber

By Duane Paul Murphy On Monday, September 10, hundreds of students, faculty, and staff, mostly from The Tim and Steph Busch School of Business and Economics, gathered at Heritage Hall to listen to the life and career of a business executive whose trucking company is one of the biggest nationwide. Mario Enzler, finance professor and Read More …

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