Muncheez’s New Dupont Location Offers Diverse Food Experience for Catholic University Students

By Jessica Fetrow Muncheez, a casual-dining Middle Eastern restaurant with locations in Georgetown and Tenleytown, has recently opened its third location in the heart of Dupont Circle. Founded in 2010 by Beirut-native David Nammour, the restaurant specializes in both traditional and contemporary Lebanese food and offers a wide variety of flavorful, Mediterranean-style dishes with affordable Read More …

Biology Club Invites Guest Speaker Dr. Byung Min (Justin) Chung

By Angela Hickey On Tuesday, Catholic University’s Biology Club hosted an event in the Pryz Great Rooms and invited the university’s own Dr. Byung Min (Justin) Chung to talk to students about his specialties on epithelial cell biology and cancer research.  Chung teaches biology within the school of Arts and Sciences. He has a B.S. Read More …

Review: The Mariinsky Ballet’s Paquita at the Kennedy Center

By Jacqueline Jedrych The Mariinsky Ballet, considered one of the foremost ballet companies in the world, is returning this year to the Kennedy Center to perform Paquita. The ballet is rarely performed in its entirety for contemporary audiences, both because of its archaic plot and sheer length. The show finished its week-long run on October Read More …