• Washington Post Features Band Led By Catholic University Religious in Residence

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  • Research Day

    University Research Day Highlights Discovery and Collaboration

    Hundreds of members of the Catholic University community had the opportunity to share their academic findings during the University’s second annual Research Day, held across campus on April 20. The event, which was open to all undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and staff members, was planned to showcase the wide range of research taking place throughout the University’s 12 schools.

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  • Cara Drinan

    Lawyer Petitioning for Commuted Sentence Says, Governor 'Should Be Commended'

    Cara Drinan, law professor at Catholic University, says “Governor [Terry] McAuliffe should be commended for commuting Mr. Teleguz's sentence to life without parole.”

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  •  Kevin Boudreau, M.F.A. acting candidate who plays Malcolm in Macbeth, is crowned by a resident of Sunrise Assisted Living

    Tour of Macbeth Hits Stages around Washington, D.C.

    Macbeth opens at Catholic University’s Hartke Theater tonight, Thursday, April 20. But, students who are cast in the production are already sharing it with the Washington, D.C., area community through a new program called CUActing tour.

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  • First-Year Experience students

    Learning in Community

    The University’s First-Year Experience program gives students a place to build friendships and discuss and debate in a community.

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    University Community Unites to Raise $324,678 in Founders Day Giving Challenge

    More than 1,000 individuals from The Catholic University of America community answered the April 10 Founders Day Giving Challenge, raising $324,678 in a record-breaking show of support and surpassing the original goal.

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  • Why Can’t a Feminist Be Pro-Life?

    Is it possible for an inclusive feminist movement to involve people with pro-life views? That was the question up for debate during a panel discussion held at The Catholic University of America on April 10.

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  • Vocation to Business class

    Business Course Helps Students Find Their Calling

    When teaching his signature course, Tools and Foundations for the Vocation of Business, Andreas Widmer asks questions that dare his students to think outside the textbook.

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  • Gary Sinise at Catholic University

    Actor and Veterans Advocate Gary Sinise Honored with University’s Gibbons Medal

    Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actor Gary Sinise was honored with The Catholic University of America’s 2017 James Cardinal Gibbons Medal, the alumni association’s highest accolade.

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  • EU Ambassador

    European Union Ambassador Speaks on Foreign Affairs

    David O'Sullivan, ambassador of the European Union (EU) to the United States, talked to students, faculty, and staff about the state of the world during a discussion moderated by Carlos Franganillo, a Spanish National Television (TVE) correspondent.

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  • University Mourns Palm Sunday Terror Victims

    Catholic University issues statement mourning the deaths of Palm Sunday terror victims in Egypt.

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  • Cara H. Drinan J.D. Headshot

    Law Professor Supports Clemency Petition

    Catholic University Law Professor Cara Drinan is working with a team of lawyers who filed a clemency petition on behalf of Ivan Teleguz, who is scheduled to be executed in Virginia on April 25, 2017, unless Governor McAuliffe intervenes.

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    Founders Day Challenge

    As we celebrate the 130th anniversary of our founding, it is fitting to look back with gratitude for the many blessings we have received and to look ahead with hope as we chart a course for years to come.

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  • Athletics Receives $1.5 Million for New Multi-Use Field and Outdoor Space

    Athletics Receives $1.5 Million for New Multi-Use Field and Outdoor Space

    Thanks to the generosity of Joe Carlini, B.M.E. 1984, vice chair of Catholic University’s Board of Trustees, and Christine Carlini, B.S.E. 1986, the University will break ground in early 2018 on new outdoor field space by the Raymond A. DuFour Athletic Center.

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  • Caileigh Nerney

    Senior Art Project Addresses Gun Violence

    Senior Caileigh Nerney says the Washington, D.C., location was one of the main reasons she chose to attend Catholic University. She never imagined that four years later the city would provide a dramatic backdrop to her senior thesis, “91 of US.”

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  • World War I students

    University Archives Chronicles U.S. Catholic Experience in World War I

    On the 100th anniversary of the United States’s entry into World War I, The Catholic University of America is making hundreds of pages of photographs, letters, scrapbooks, and other documents available online to the public free of charge in a new website.

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  • John E. Higgins Jr. Receives the John Fanning Center for Labor Studies Distinguished Achievement Award

    Catholic University’s Law students, alumni, and faculty gathered together for the semester’s final installment of the CUA Law Advantage In Action Series, this time with a focus on labor and employment law and co-hosted by the Law School’s John Fanning Center for Labor Studies.

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  • Catholic University Awarded NASA Cooperative Agreement for Space Science Research

    The Institute for Astrophysics and Computational Sciences, which is housed within The Catholic University of America Department of Physics, is part of a team of universities and educational institutions that was recently awarded a NASA cooperative agreement to establish a new Center for Research and Exploration in Space Science & Technology (CRESST II).

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  • Wall Street Journal Columnist Peggy Noonan to Address Graduates

    Peggy Noonan, a Wall Street Journal columnist, author, and former special assistant and speechwriter to President Ronald Reagan, will address the Class of 2017 at The Catholic University of America Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 13, 2017.

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  • Pro-Life Feminism

    Why Can’t a Feminist Be Pro-Life?

    When a pro-life feminist group was removed as a sponsor of the Women’s March on Washington this past January, a national conversation began on whether an inclusive feminist movement can involve people with pro-life views.

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  • Archbishop Gomez

    Archbishop Gomez: ‘We’re Talking about Souls, not Statistics’

    Archbishop José Gomez of Los Angeles delivered a heartfelt message about the need for immigration reform to students of The Catholic University of America, calling the issue a “deeply personal” one for him and his family.

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  • University Mourns the Passing of Former Trustee Cardinal William H. Keeler

    The Catholic University of America remembers Cardinal William H. Keeler, the 14th archbishop of Baltimore, who died on March 23, 2017, at the age of 86.

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  • Vanessa Vasquez

    Music School Alumna Wins Prestigious Metropolitan Opera Competition

    Opera singer Vanessa Vasquez, who earned a bachelor of music in vocal performance from the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music in 2012, was named a national winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions on March 19.

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  • University Students Studying in London Are Confirmed to Be Safe

    Nine undergraduates who are studying in London this semester are safe and accounted for following the terrorist attack on Westminster Bridge.

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  • Doctoral Student Selected for Doris Duke Fellowship

    Anna Davis, a doctoral student in clinical psychology, has been selected for a Doris Duke Fellowship for the Promotion of Child Well-Being — Seeking Innovations to Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect.

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