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‘This is Us’: PEERS Event for Healthy Masculinity Month

By Christopher Vitale PEERS organized an event entitled “This is Us” on the topic of healthy masculinity this Wednesday. The event formed in recognition of November being touted ‘National Healthy Masculinity Month’ and was manifested as a series of four talks from students representing a diverse range of groups within the Catholic University community. The Read More …

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Chief of Staff Lawrence Morris: War Crimes, Justice, and the National Interest

Courtesy of Wikipedia – Lawrence Morris By Sarah Beretich Lawrence J. Morris, chief of staff and counselor to Catholic University President John Garvey, was presented with the Mirror of Justice Scholars Award on Thursday, November 7th in the Slowinski courtroom at Columbus Law School. Morris’ role as chief prosecutor for the Guantanamo military commissions during Read More …

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WCUA is Back and Better Than Ever

By Thomas Curry Three years after its hiatus, WCUA—a student-run radio station at Catholic University that hosts a wide range of talk shows, playlists, and podcasts—has returned to campus with a plethora of talk shows, music stations and a variety of events and programs that have made its presence on campus known this past semester. Read More …

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Magner House Demolished as Catholic U Continues Construction

Courtesy of Catholic University Communications By Renee Rasmussen  Catholic University’s campus has recently been obstructed with a multitude of construction projects, the most notable being the demolishment of Magner House in Centennial Village on Monday. The demolition process is expected to take about three weeks, and in that time residents of Centennial Village should expect Read More …

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Carly Fiorina: A Message for the Future Business Leaders

Courtesy of Time Magazine-Andrew Burton—Getty Images  By Julianna Guthrie  Last week former presidential candidate Carly Fiorina came to Maloney Hall and spoke to a group of about 120 students from the Busch School of Business in a presentation entitled “Unleashing The Full Potential of People.”  Besides her presidential run in 2016, Fiorina was also the Read More …

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Former CIA Officer Gives Talk on China

Courtesy of the International Spy Museum By Jeremy Perillo Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Operations Officer Ken Daigler, was invited by the Catholic University Intelligence Club to discuss his expertise in counterintelligence, and his overall vast career in the CIA this past Tuesday. Counterintelligence is defined as activities that help prevent any spying, intelligence gathering, Read More …

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Mercury’s Transit Across the Sun

Courtesy of NASA  By Jacqueline Jedrych  Mercury made its transit across the sun for the first time since 2016 on Monday, November 11. Catholic University professors and astronomers Tommy Wiklind and Dr. Duilla De Mello set up telescopes outside the Pryzbyla Center to view this historic event. Astronomy classes were required to attend and any Read More …

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Rubio Addresses Busch School

By Chris Carey  United States Senator Marco Rubio set the stage for an argument between profits and heart by expressing businesses have the right to make money, but also have a responsibility to those who do not directly receive the benefit of the bottom line in his address to the Busch School of Business on Read More …

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Normalization of the Shame of Human Trafficking

By Claire Prudhomme Six domestic and international experts of human trafficking were hosted by the Columbus School of Law to discuss the change needed in the denormalization of human trafficking and a lack of societal shame on the topic of modern-day slavery on Wednesday, November 7th. “A Shared Global Shame” was the theme of the Read More …

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SGA Passes Legislation to Lengthen Library Hours and Put Vending Machines in Maloney

By Thomas Holmes After a four week hiatus due to a lack of legislation, SGA held senate session 5-4 Monday in the Pryz great room. The senate brought forward three pieces of legislation as well as voted on an appeal made by the student organization, Catholic U Project Arts, regarding Treasury Board funding. After the Read More …

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