Honoring Catholic University’s Fallen Soldiers

By Luke Cocci  At The Catholic University of America we are the children of two nations, the Catholic Church and the United States. These two nations have dedicated themselves to improving the future, while always keeping the past in mind. These two nations are ingrained in our core identity. It is in this spirit that Read More …

Former NSA, CIA Director Michael Hayden Speaks at Symposium

By Duane Paul Murphy, Katie Ward The Catholic University of America’s Institute of Human Ecology hosted a symposium on modern intelligence surveillance this Thursday at the Columbus School of Law’s Auditorium. Entitled “The Ethics of Technical Intelligence Collection”, the symposium was moderated by Nicholas Dujmovic, director of the university’s Intelligence Studies program. Invited guest members Read More …

University Officials Answer Questions at SGA Student Safety Panel

By Abby Anderko On Wednesday March 14th, a panel of university officials that deal with safety on a daily basis sat down to speak to students about safety on campus. The seven panelists included Dr. Loretta Staudt of the Student Health Services; Sarah Williamson, Associate Dean of Student Conduct and Ethical Development; Amy Kerr, Associate Read More …

Globe Trotters: Taking Advantage of Oxford’s Opportunities

By Marie Erickson ’20, Annaliese Neaman ’19, and Makenzie Winter ’19 Erickson – Formal Dinners  Formal dinners are the best reward after spending the day at tutorial and the library. Each college holds formal dinners in its hall on specified nights throughout the term. I usually meet up with friends from my hall before we Read More …

Temporary Power Outage Inconveniences Students Amid Energy Project

By Emily Prendergast A massive power outage swept over the campus, impacting Opus Hall, Flather Hall, and all of the buildings in Centennial Village this past Sunday, February 11th, shutting off power from approximately 4 AM to 2:15 PM. In addition to the loss of the lights, the outage shut off the HVAC units in Read More …

Volleyball Coach Nagy Abdelrazek Reflects on 25 Years at Catholic

By Jimmy Cassidy, Jared Prenda  When Nagy Abdelrazek took the job as head coach of Catholic University’s volleyball team two weeks before the beginning of the 1993 season, he knew he had some serious work to do to improve the fledgling program. He had just three returning players on the roster, a few short of Read More …

Campus-wide Energy Project Now Underway

By Katie Ward If you’ve had to walk through a suspicious-looking cloud of steam coming from a ground grate, forego a shower because your residence hall’s water was shut off, or dive out of the path of a car speeding between Pangborn and Gowan, then be relieved to know that the University has planned out Read More …

Program Board’s New Philanthropic Arm Aims to Make a Difference

By Jimmy Cassidy  The University Program Board student organization is adding a philanthropic arm to its current entertainment efforts on campus to raise money and support for off-campus charities following tragic events. The new effort, “PBGivesBack,” began last week in conjunction with Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week in which members of Program Board participated in Read More …