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Making the Most of Your Campus Tour This Summer

One of the best ways to determine if a school is a good fit for a student is to take a campus tour. You have to see the campus to know if you get ‘that feeling’ that everyone talks about when you’ve found ‘your school’ or if you could NEVER imagine yourself as a student on that campus. There are so many elements that comprise … Continue reading Making the Most of Your Campus Tour This Summer

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Why I Love Orientation

They say if you want to live your best life, wear clothes that make you feel good about yourself. For me, the outfit that makes me feel like I’m living my best life is a red polo and khakis. There’s just something about that “Jake from State Farm” look that really gets me going. That, and waking up at the crack of dawn to put … Continue reading Why I Love Orientation

Flashback Friday: A CUA Inaugural Ball

Flashback Friday: One month ago, Program Board threw a presidential event for the student body. Here are the details from sophomore, Christian. Washington, D.C., has been an interesting place to be these past few weeks. There is a new president in the White House and the inauguration that took place to swear him in was perhaps one of the most memorable days of this year. … Continue reading Flashback Friday: A CUA Inaugural Ball

President’s Society

I first found out about President’s Society through my fellow Resident Assistants sophomore year. They were members of President’s Society that year and these seniors had name tags and prestigious blazers that were different from any other student organization that I have seen on campus. That alone was enough to pique my curiosity for the Society. I had gone on to learn that President’s Society, in … Continue reading President’s Society

Christmas at Catholic

In case you did not know, the Christmas season is in full bloom – or should I say full blizzard? Either way, at The Catholic University of America in Washington D.C., Christmas, and the holiday season, is kind of a big deal. 1. On the First Day of CUA celebration, holiday decorations invade campus: A wreath above every door, Christmas trees in every building, and … Continue reading Christmas at Catholic

Home Away from Texas

Hi, guys! Virginia here! As y’all already know, I’m from Houston, Texas – about 1,500 miles away from the District. CUA has students from all over the States (and the world!) and I love that aspect of being a Catholic U. student! However, being a plane ride away from Texas, there are no quick trips home for the weekend to get a Texas-style, home cooked meal, unless … Continue reading Home Away from Texas