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Cardinal Palooza 2019

By Noelia Veras This years Cardinal Palooza took place on Friday at 5:00 p.m. Students were ecstatic to officially be out of class and get their first taste of summer. The weather on Friday was shockingly very nice and it was the perfect day to sit outside with friends and celebrate the end of the Read More …

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Hope & Healing Story Gallery

By Christopher Vitale PEERS, The Catholic Project, and Spirit Fire put together an exhibit in the Pryzbyla Center on display from April 23 to May 1. This story gallery centered upon the sexual abuse crisis that has plagued the Catholic Church since the shocking revelations of the summer of 2018. Entitled the Hope & Healing Read More …

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A Few Words from the Class of 2019

By Theresa Whitfield As the academic school year winds down, graduation season is just beginning. For the class of 2019, this will be their final memory of their time at Catholic U. Before they leave however, some of them shared their favorite memories from over the years and their plans for after graduation. “Graduating is Read More …

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SGA Passes Legislation to Give Students 24/7 Access to Murphy’s in Final Meeting of the Semester

By Catherine O’Grady In the final SGA meeting of the semester on Monday night, SGA passed resolutions to increase availability to changing tables on campus,  give students around the clock access to Murphy’s lounge, and proposed the University make November 3, 2020, an academic holiday for the presidential election. The resolution to increase availability to Read More …

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The Ultimate Recap of The 2018-19 Academic Year

By Noelia Veras The 2018-19 academic year has certainly been one for the school’s history books. This year was full of thrilling triumphs and some tough losses, but if anything is certain, it is that Catholic University definitely had a lot to say about it and grew together as a community because of it. From Read More …

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Former UNC Charlotte Student Kills Two and Injures Four in Horrific Shooting

By Thomas Holmes Late in the afternoon on Tuesday April 30, University of North Carolina Charlotte experienced a deadly shooting, killing two students; Ellis Parlier and Riley Howell, and injuring four more; Drew Pescaro, Sean DeHart, Rami Alramadhan, and Emily Houpt. Howell, 21, is a student who saved lives by charging the shooter in order Read More …

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Rick Santorum Visits Catholic University to Receive Fishers of Men Award

By Rachel Stevens Rick Santorum, former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania, and his wife Karen Santorum came to The Catholic University of America on April 26, to receive the “Fishers of Men” award. The “Fishers of Men” award is presented to people who have exemplified exceptional evangelization of Catholic social teaching on life. The gala, hosted Read More …

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Conservative Journalist Kassy Dillon Speaks to Students At Heritage Hall

By Duane Paul Murphy Conservative journalist and political commentator Kassy Dillon spoke to about 20 undergraduate students in attendance at Catholic University in Heritage Hall on Tuesday night. Dillon spoke about her own career, as well as the news stories that she covers for The Daily Wire. The event was co-organized by the university’s chapter Read More …

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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 …

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Catholic University Faculty Assembly Shares its Opinion on Professor Salaries

By Thomas Holmes Catholic University’s Faculty Assembly gathered for its monthly meeting to discuss matters regarding faculty salaries, the Academic Senate, and the exploration of the idea of creating a chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP). Professors from several schools including the School of Engineering, Music, Theological and Religious Studies, and Arts Read More …

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