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Globetrotters

Op-Ed by Grace McClatchy There are so many incredible opportunities and experiences that come with studying abroad, especially with the CUA Rome Program. Having a campus where most of the students live allows us to be a part of this new place and culture while also not feeling too far from home. Some of the Read More …

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Musical Spotlight: Bleachers

Courtesy of @bleachersmusic on Instagram Op-Ed by Angela Hickey This American indie-pop band, made famous by their first single “I Wanna Get Better” in 2014, has made some serious strides in music history. Bleachers has been known for a style similar to synth music of the 1980s and 1990s, while still infusing modern techniques to Read More …

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Beacon House Service Organization

Op-Ed by Lauren Revay Since high school, I have had a deep zeal for serving others. This love of service has continued to be something close to my heart and only grown while in college. Over the past three years, I have been involved in service in numerous ways on and off-campus. This year, I Read More …

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My Experience Serving at Bethlehem House

Op-Ed by Amanda McShane Helping and learning about others has been a huge part of my life. My brother, Michael, has Autism and is the one who influenced me to connect with everyone. Service has been one of my biggest passions since I was very young. When I graduated from high school, I still wanted Read More …

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Society Has Room to Grow: An Op-Ed on Marco Rubio’s Catholic University Visit

Op-Ed by Michael Klein Senator Marco Rubio arrived at campus ready to engage with students and to sell them his picture of American exceptionalism and common good capitalism on the morning of Monday, November 5. Fortunately for him, students were already in the market for his intellectual product. The prevalent theme throughout his remarks was Read More …

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Why Voting is Important For College Students

Op-Ed by Jeremy Perillo Americans across the country flocked to their firehouses and middle school auditoriums to vote for their local city and state officials this past Tuesday. Because elections are vital to the democratic process, we must examine the importance of voting, especially with college students which are typically a stagnant voting class.  It Read More …

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Staff Editorial: A Letter to the Administration on the Counseling Center

Around midterms season every semester, many students realize a hard truth: the Counseling Center closed to new clients weeks ago. Although the 45 free individual sessions guarantee is advertised to every student, only 15% of students are able to utilize the counseling center before it reaches its maximum capability.  The Counseling Center, though it makes Read More …

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Looking for Meaning? Try Poetry

A Review of Phillip Larkin’s Collected Works By John Garvey When I was young we memorized all sorts of things in school, including some poetry I can still recite. “Rote memorization” then became a bête noire in schools of education, and the practice fell out of favor. That’s a shame, if you ask me.  Among Read More …

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Do Minorities Feel Included at Catholic University?

Op-Ed by Lizetthe Moreno Although there are multiple organizations designed to promote cultural inclusion on campus such as FOCUS, SOL and BSA, it is important to ask, do minorities actually feel included at Catholic University?  The month of October is National Hispanic Heritage month and National Filipino American History month. There were many events across Read More …

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Musical Spotlight: Alec Benjamin

By Angela Hickey Many artists are best known for their one song that constantly plays on the radio. And if you’re lucky, your song becomes a huge hit, and a claim to fame, which is true for the artist this week. After his song “Let Me Down Slowly” hit the music scene, Alec Benjamin hasn’t Read More …

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