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Notable Alumnus John Paul Jones on His Time at Catholic and His Journey in the Bachelor Franchise

By Catherine O’Grady Before his time on The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise, John Paul Jones spent his Thursday nights sitting in the Pryzbyla center eating chicken nuggets, fueling the obsession that would come to define him.  Jones was most recently seen this past Tuesday in the series finale of season 6 of Bachelor in Read More …

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First-Ever Maker Tech & Art Expo Held at Catholic U

By Katie Ward Over the weekend the School of Engineering hosted the first-ever Maker Tech & Art expo, celebrating the open-source learning, manufacturing, and creativity that serve as the pillars of the global “Maker Movement” that inspired Maker Faires for almost fifteen years. The event was held on Saturday, September 14 in the Pryzbyla Great Read More …

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Athletics Department Focuses on Mental Training

By Sydney Hartman & Katie Ward The Catholic University Department of Athletics is sharing a focus of physical health and fitness with one of equal importance: mental health and wellness.  Cardinal Athletics teamed up with Peer Educators Empowering Respectful Students (PEERS) to host sports and performance psychologist Dr. Todd Kays for a talk titled “Better Read More …

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Democratic Debate Watch Party Shows Increase in Catholic University Political Interest

By Rachel Stevens  College Democrats hosted a democratic debate watch party on Thursday September 12 in Aquinas 108, bringing together a lecture hall full of students to eat pizza and engage in discussion with one another about their thoughts during the third debate.  It is no secret that Catholic University is a politically active campus. Read More …

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Peter Rex Speaks With Busch School Students

By Jack Murray Peter Rex, CEO of Makerise, a company that provides businesses resources to be successful in the increasingly competitive markets, spoke to around 500 students in the Della Ratta Auditorium in Maloney Hall on Tuesday, September 17th.  “Going broke was one of the best things that has ever happened to me.” This is Read More …

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The Irony of Modern Catholic History

By Renee Rasmussen George Weigel, an American author, political analyst, and social activist, released his new book The Irony of Modern Catholic History: How the Church Rediscovered Itself and Challenged the Modern World to Reform on Catholic University’s campus this week.  Author of the New York Times bestseller, Witness to Hope: The Biography of Pope Read More …

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College Democrats Hosts Grace Meng: Candid Conversations about Menstruation Equity

By Franchetta Groves  CUA College Democrats hosted Congresswoman Grace Meng to speak on menstruation equity and how it affects young women on September 17 in the Pryzbyla Great Rooms. She first became aware of the struggles many face when a high school junior wrote to Congresswoman Meng, explaining that she and many of her peers Read More …

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2019/2020 SGA Senate Election Results Revealed

By Thomas Holmes  The Student Government Association (SGA) executive board gathered in the Pryzbyla Center atrium to announce the winners of the Senate election. Two senators from each school and each class are elected into the Senate every academic year. On September 18, students were able to vote via the nest for their representatives. The Read More …

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Institute for Human Ecology Hosts “Melee at CUA” in Heritage Hall

By Thomas Holmes Catholic University hosted a monumental debate in Heritage Hall about the future of classical liberalism in American politics moderated by Ross Douthat. The event revolved around the ongoing debate between Sohrab Ahmari, journalist and editor for The New York Post and author of his memoir From Fire by Water, and David French, Read More …

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Corporate Training that Works

By Katie Ward A Monday evening Masters of Science in Management (MSM) 566 class nearly doubled in size this past week due to guests who attended a guest lecture by Sam Caucci, CEO of 1Huddle. The lecture, which was opened to the public, was held in a Maloney Hall on September 9.  Caucci founded 1Huddle Read More …

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