Catholic University Students Attend Women’s March in DC

By Liz Friden Over one million people from across the country attended the Women’s marches this past Saturday, January 20th.  Last year’s women’s marches were held the day after President Trump’s inauguration in response to his controversial election, and the momentum was kept up this year as marchers continuing to raise awareness of women’s issues. Thousands Read More …

April 7, 2017

Some technical issues held us up but we’re here with your CUA stories for the week! In this issue: Student Government Association Race Results Knights of Columbus Celebrates 30 Years at CUA Professor Christopher Wheatley to Retire Women’s History Museum Coming to DC Tower Editorial: Can’t Buy Our Love The Venerable Latin Diploma Traditions CUA Read More …

25,000 on the Basilica Lawn, While Some Avoid the Crowds

By Marjan Koffa   On September 23, 2015 The Catholic University of America was filled with over 25,000 people gathered to attend one of the most historical events of the century. Pope Francis was in the United States for the first time to canonize the first saint on U.S. soil and to celebrate Mass at Read More …