Jay-Z Puts on a Show at Capitol One Arena

By Daniela Sol  Taking the stage with the power and swagger only the legendary rapper can, Jay-Z performed Wednesday, November 29th at the Capital One Arena. The stage consisted of a simple set-up: a squared platform right down the middle of the arena with four giant screens that moved throughout the whole concert. Although the Read More …

Puerto Rican Relief Efforts on Campus

By Brittany Young During this time of devastation in Puerto Rico due to the effects of Hurricane Maria, the Catholic University community has come together in several ways to do its part in helping those affected by the crisis. The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music did this in the form of a benefit concert. Read More …

American Authors: Program Board Plays It Safe With Capital Fest Choice

By Maria Rodriguez The news is out: American Authors will be the performer at CUA’s second annual Capital Fest. The success of last year’s performance ensured a repeat appearance of the fall musical event. Aside from Luaupalooza in the spring, the University has not offered many opportunities for concerts on campus, unless you count the Read More …

How to See a Symphony Without Paying a Dime

By Maria Rodriguez 1. Millennium Stage – Kennedy Center Started in the year 2000, the Millennium Stage offers free performances every night at 6pm, including Easter and Christmas. Previous acts have included Bobby McFerrin and Grammy Award winning hip-hop group Arrested Development. This fall the Millennium Stage presents artists as part of the Kennedy Center’s Read More …