SGA Senate Election Results and Reaction

  By Katie Ward ’21 Class of 2018 Matthew Skros Alexa Schimp Class of 2019 Jimmy Harrington John Connolly Class of 2020 Weston Kirby Elise LaFleur Class of 2021 Sean O’Grady Alexandra Kilgore School of Architecture Sara Cangarlu Kelly Reed School of Arts and Sciences Cavan Hagerty Alexander Santana School of Business Nicholas Spinelli Kevin Walsh Read More …

WMATA U-Pass Sessions Inform Students Ahead of Referendum

By Abby Anderko As Universities throughout the Washington D.C. area return to campus and begin their new academic calendars, a new transportation proposition sits in the balance, and here at the Catholic University of America, it is waiting for approval from not only the university administration but the students themselves. WMATA, or Washington Metropolitan Area 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 …

Election Results of Student Government Elections

by Paige Wearmouth Catholic University’s undergraduate student body elected a new executive board of the Student Government Association on Wednesday, April 5th. Brianna Howard, junior Politics major, was elected the new president and Jon Paul Weiss, junior Politics major, the vice president. Samuel Galvin is the new treasurer and Victoria Principato the secretary. “I was 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 …

Editorial 3/31/2017

Remember the 2016 election? How hyped up everyone got, how excited and dedicated people became? Well the Democrats and the Republicans ain’t got nothing on SGA. For those of you who don’t follow The Tower on Twitter or Instagram (@cuatower), a debate was hosted Monday night by CUA Debate Club, WCUA, and The Tower, in Read More …

Tomorrow Starts Today

by Andrew Elder        Basira and I had a long and intuitive discussion about running for SGA President and Vice President. It came with several hours of talk with our families and several of our closests friends. After giving it a couple of days, we decided we would run together. We ran together under our Read More …

The Student General Assembly Elections to be Held September 21st

By Joseph D’Antonio The Student Government Assembly (SGA) will be holding elections to fill the SGA senate this Monday, September 21st.   This election will be the first senatorial election under the new SGA constitution that was ratified last year.   Under the old constitution students elected seven delegates from each class and then from Read More …