The Finals Countdown

Today is the last day of fall semester classes here at Catholic University. At the start of next week, the campus will be eerily quite, with a little hint of  tension in the air. Yes, that's right, finals are upon us. The most wonderful time of year, right? Staying up until 3 a.m. studying, putting... Continue Reading →

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I Spy a Great Night

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, which means it’s time for one of the most popular traditions at Catholic U: Mistletoe Ball! Each winter, Program Board organizes a themed dance for students to spend time with friends and get dressed up to celebrate the start of the Christmas season. This year, it was... Continue Reading →

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Senior to Senior–December Edition

When I began high school, I remember sitting in a class with other freshman and hearing my teacher tell us the next four years of our lives are going to fly by. As a college senior, that rings more true today than I would’ve ever imagined. Here’s some advice from a college senior to all... Continue Reading →

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Rockin’ Around the (National) Christmas Tree

This week, Catholic U. students came back from Thanksgiving break prepared for the start of the holiday season with lots of leftovers and their best ugly Christmas sweaters. What better way to kick off the Christmas season in Washington D.C. than to attend the National Christmas tree lighting right in front of the White House!... Continue Reading →

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The Pictures Say it All…Happy Thanksgiving!

Before Christmas trees can be decorated, carols can flood our Spotify stations, and tacky sweaters can be pulled from storage, students celebrate Thanksgiving on and off campus. For our students heading home for the break there are countless options for transportation. Most students fly from BWI or DCA, both metro accessible options, or take Amtrak... Continue Reading →

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Cold Turkey

The first snowfall of the year in Washington, D.C. occurred Thursday, just one week before Thanksgiving (get it..."cold turkey"), marking the first measurable snow this area has seen in the month of November since 1996!   Although classes were not cancelled, Catholic University students were still pleasantly surprised by the early dusting, and of course,... Continue Reading →

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Elle Woods Spotted on Campus!

A musical filled with upbeat music, fun dance breaks, memorable one-liners, and an incredible cast? What more could you want? Here at Catholic University, the Rome School of Music, Drama, and Art has done an amazing job with its run of Legally Blonde, the hit musical based on the famous movie of the same title.... Continue Reading →

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Our Top Tips for an Awesome Open House

Whether you’re an hour drive away or an 8 hour flight from D.C., you deserve the best experience possible during your Open House visit this Fall! Here are some tips for getting the most out of your day: Ask questions! Our Admission Counselors and highly knowledgeable Cardinal Ambassadors will be on campus throughout the day... Continue Reading →

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Making the Most of a Campus Visit

As a prospective college student, I toured close to 30 universities, so I like to consider myself somewhat of an expert on campus visits. Here are the most important things I learned about making the most of a campus visit: Schedule a formal campus tour with the Office of Admission! Walking around a campus on... Continue Reading →

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From a College Senior to a High School Senior

Hey everyone!! We’re kicking off this summer with a blog post from our Senior Summer Assistants.  They have some pieces of wisdom they’d like to share from one “senior” to another. Here’s what we’ve learned along our ~journey~ … "Be open to all opportunities that come your way! When I first started college, I had... Continue Reading →

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Politics Students Meet the Press

Studying politics at Catholic U. means that you are at the center of it all. There are so many opportunities to learn about different aspects of politics in Washington, D.C. Whether this is through internships, attending lectures, or even going on excursions with your politics class, there are always chances to learn and apply your... Continue Reading →

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