Women’s Cross Country Ranked #6 in DIII Southeast Region

Courtesy of catholicathletics.com By Theresa Whitfield The women’s cross country team placed second at the Hood Open in Frederick, MD on Saturday and are now ranked sixth in the DIII South/Southeast region, which has never happened before in the history of the Catholic U women’s cross country program.  While the women’s cross country team does Read More …

SGA and PEERS Host Clothing Drive for Sexual Assault Survivors

By Rachel Stevens The Student Government Association (SGA) and Peer Educators Empowering Respectful Students (PEERS) came together to host a campus-wide clothing drive for the Network for Victim Recovery of DC from October 8-12. This month is dedicated to relationship violence awareness, by both of these student organizations. The drive was held in response to Read More …

Top Ten Entertainment Options on and off Campus this Weekend!

By Katarina Invancik To wrap up this year’s exciting Cardinal Week events, here are the top ten options for entertainment on and off campus this weekend.       Before you head off-campus this weekend, make sure you stay long enough to attend this year’s Homecoming Charity Ball.  The dance, hosted by Campus Ministry, starts at 8pm on Read More …

Vaping: Is it Good or Bad?

By Catherine O’Grady Juuling has become extremely popular among college and highschool students, sparking the question:  What is in a Juul and is it healthier than a traditional cigarette? Juul was created in 2007 by Stanford graduate students looking for a healthier alternative to traditional cigarette smoking. Juuling is considered vaping or the action of Read More …

Graduate Students Not Paid On Time in September Due to Transition to New Payroll System

Courtesy of Metropolitan School of Professional Studies By Amanda McShane More than 100 student workers were not paid on time at the end of September due to a new digitized payroll system and miscommunication between students, faculty and the administrative departments. The unpaid students were informed of the late payment, which was supposed to be Read More …