Isaiah Burroughs, a freshman politics major, recently became one of the youngest public officials in the District of Columbia.
President John Garvey announced today that the University has hired Robert M. Specter as the new Vice President for Finance and Treasurer, effective Jan. 1, 2016. Mr. Specter has served as Interim Vice President for Finance and Treasurer since August 2015.
The Association of Literary Scholars, Critics, and Writers (ALSCW) will move to the campus of The Catholic University of America in early 2016. The ALSCW is a national organization that seeks to foster interaction among scholars, artists, and anyone with an interest in literature and art. Members of the ALSCW include Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winners. The association produces three publications: Literary Imagination, Literary Matters, and Forum.
The Vitreous State Laboratory (VSL) at The Catholic University of America accomplished an impressive feat this semester when, over the course of three months, it was named the recipient of 14 awards from five different sponsors, totaling $5.7 million.
When Sister Deirdre Byrne, P.O.S.C., learned last week that the 26th Annual Christmas Concert for Charity had raised $13,000 to support the work of her convent near The Catholic University of America, she was jubilant.
The University Archives blog examines the Christmas covers of Treasure Chest for Fun and Fact comic books.
The Archivist's Nook takes a look at the stained glass windows of Caldwell Chapel.
Victor Williams, clinical assistant professor, law, was interviewed on CUNY TV about Donald Trump's campaign.
Junior Daniel Cooley knows the benefit of going outside his comfort zone. When he decided to enroll at Catholic University three years ago, it meant moving across the country to a place he had visited only once.
Find out why CUA's track coach is highlighted in the fall issue of CUA Magazine. The magazine also features the papal visit and LIS alums who work at the Library of Congress.