Constitutional Scholar Gives Lecture on Unconstitutional Wars

by Rachel Gallagher For 20-year-old college students, there has been only one model of wartime statesmanship they have experienced first-hand, one which places power largely in the hands of the president. However, on Wednesday night Louis Fisher, Ph.D. talked to students about modern statesmanship from President Truman to the present and the constitutionality — or Read More …

Knights of Columbus Celebrates 30 Years at Catholic University

by Rachel Gallagher The Knights of Columbus Council #9542 celebrates 30 years as a part of the Catholic University of America community this April, continuing their mission of serving their Catholic faith through a commitment to charity, unity, fraternity, and patriotism. The College Council at the Catholic University of America celebrated their 30th year this Read More …

Debate Among Student Government Association Candidates

by Rachel Gallagher Candidates for Student Government Association president and vice president debated Monday night about issues facing the future of the Catholic University of America. The topics included diversity, representation, and the inclusion of all students on campus. Close to one hundred students gathered in the Edward J. Pryzbyla Center Food Court to watch Read More …

Studio Art Major Hosts Event on National Mall for Senior Thesis

by Rachel Gallagher        On Saturday, March 28th a section of the Nation Mall across from the National Gallery of Art hosted “91 of Us,” an event meant to humanize the statistics of gun violence in the United States. The event is a part of studio art major Caileigh Nerney’s senior thesis that focuses on Read More …

Antigonón at the Kennedy Center

By Rachel Gallagher        Antigonón, un contingente épico—a Cuban take on the Greek tragedy Antigone—expresses the complex identity of Cuba both past and present, through bold artistic expression.        Antigonón, un contingente épico was performed at the Kennedy Center’s Eisenhower Theater March 21-22, 2017 by Teatro El Público, a Havana based theatre company founded by Read More …

Student Government Association Holds Meeting and Changes Bylaws

by Rachel Gallagher          The Catholic University of America’s Student Government Association hosted another meeting Monday night, voting to pass four pieces of legislation: three resolutions and a bill. Among the legislation passed was Bill 002 proposed by Senator Jimmy Harrington containing changes to the Student Government Association’s Bylaws.         “I have been in Read More …

What to Watch: The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital

by Rachel Gallagher         From March 14th – 26th various embassies, libraries, museums, theaters, and universities will be  hosting screenings of environmentally-themed films for the 25th Anniversary of the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital (DCEFF).  The Environmental Film Festival is “the longest-running environmental film festival in the United States,” according to their website. Read More …