The Shift in Hollywood for Women

By Katarina Ivancik March is National Women’s History Month, and right now in Hollywood, female directors, producers, and actors are making history.  For decades the movie industry has been a male dominated field, but within the last several years women have come forward to revolutionize the way Hollywood makes movies.   Most recently this shift Read More …

Female University Faculty Discuss Catholic Womanhood in Q&A Panel

 By Lindsey Valancius On Monday evening, a group of roughly 60 freshmen women with a sprinkling of some upperclassmen women gathered at Heritage Hall for an evening of reflection on what it means to be a Catholic woman. The evening was coordinated by the female student ministers who run Behold, an offshoot organization of Campus Ministry Read More …

Dramaturgy Student Wins Prize Promoting Women Playwrights

By Maria Rodriguez With a name like Catholic University, and a Drama department named for it’s founder, a priest, one might not at first guess look at the Hartke Theater as a source of advocacy for women playwrights. Lindsay Adams, female playwright and Catholic University graduate student in the MFA playwrighting program, has challenged that Read More …

Field Hockey Sets the Bar High with a Win

By Jimmy Cassidy The field hockey team at Catholic University got off to a winning start in their 2015 fall season on Tuesday night, defeating the nationally-ranked Messiah Falcons, 2-0. The low scoring affair featured two of the top teams in the nation, and a rematch of a NCAA tournament matchup from a year ago. Read More …

Women’s Soccer Off To An Ideal Start

By Jimmy Cassidy The Catholic University  women’s soccer team kicked off their 2015 campaign in convincing fashion, Tuesday, September 1st, with a 7-0 victory over Hood College.  From the very beginning of the match, the control of the game was dominated by Catholic.  It was a pleasant yet understandable result for the team, who was Read More …