CUA Football Upsets Utica for its First Win, 16-10

By Jared Prenda  The Catholic University of America football team pulled off an impressive victory over the Utica Pioneers this past Saturday at Cardinal Stadium. The 16-10 win was the team’s home opener, bringing their record to 1-1. The team was led by a staunch defensive effort, which was vital to stop a late 4th Read More …

Classical Concerts On & Off Campus

By Brittany Young Dear CUA students, By adding just one classical music performance to your calendars, you may discover a new sense of balance and cultural awareness amidst your busy academic schedules. The following events listed below are happening both on and off campus this fall. Those that are off campus are easily accessible via Read More …

Fox Loves Taco Opens Near CUA!

By Daniela Sol In the opposite corner of Brookland Pint, a new taco place has opened in the Arts Walk. “Fox Loves Tacos” is not like any ordinary taco place; its meatless menu is composed of a colorful mixture of vegetables making healthy eating fun and delicious. With bright aqua tables and plants in every Read More …

Guest Commentary: Lessons from the Campaign Trail

By Shannen Gora During my sophomore year of college, I interned at EMILY’s List, a feminist organization which recruits, trains and helps fund the campaigns of female Democrats running for elected office. In late April 2016, I went on a campaign trip to Bucks County, Pennsylvania,  mostly a blue-collar county on the outskirts of Philadelphia. Read More …

9/15 Editorial: Stay Informed!

From The Tower staff:  The last couple of weeks has reminded the Tower staff that students should keep themselves informed about the happenings of this university. We are constantly barraged with tweets, emails, and messages to our inboxes and minds, and some items of news inevitably slip through the mental cracks. It’s a great thing Read More …

CUA Students Affected by Hurricane Irma’s Devastation in Florida

  By Alex Santana  On Sunday, September 10, 2017, at 9:10 A.M., Hurricane Irma made landfall in the southernmost part of Florida and would go on to cause power outages to almost 5 million homes and businesses across the Sunshine State over the next few days. The most severely affected part of Florida and the Read More …

Freshman Retreat Recap: New Friends, Renewed Faith

  By Samuel Matthews    Three hundred and eight members of the freshman class participated in the Class of 2021 Freshman Retreat, a weekend retreat designed to bring new students closer together and help them grow in their faith. Their destination? Sandy Hill Camp and Retreat Center in North East, Maryland, about two hours from Read More …