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Tour of Brookland

Welcome to Brookland, home of The Catholic University of America! Catholic is nestled in Northeast, Washington, DC, and is in a residential part of the city. That isn’t to say that we don’t have much in Brookland! We have all you could need, and even a little more, so let me give you a quick tour of our neighborhood! ARTSWALK The ARTSWALK is a super cool … Continue reading Tour of Brookland

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Why Catholic: The Basketball Edition

Hey everyone! My name is Andrew and I am a junior here at Catholic University. I currently major in Business Management with a specialization in Sports Management. Also, I am a forward of the men’s basketball team. My journey to Catholic began in my junior year of high school. Being from Orlando, it would have been easy for me to stay in the warm and … Continue reading Why Catholic: The Basketball Edition

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The DC “Secret Menu”–The Exorcist Stairs

Hey everyone! We’re Bill and Connor, and we’re the authors behind a new series called The D.C. ‘Secret Menu.’ We want to shed a little light on the not-as-well-known areas of Washington DC, so that way you can truly make the most out of your time here in the nation’s capital! This summer, we’ll be exploring some locally iconic spots, great places to get a … Continue reading The DC “Secret Menu”–The Exorcist Stairs

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Life Lessons at NPR

“How did I end up here? How did I get so lucky?” The excitement that my sister shared when I told her where I would be spending my semester interning was eye-opening, “I LOVE NPR! WNYC HAS MY FAVORITE PROGRAMS, I LISTEN EVERY DAY! Have you listened to ‘Wait! Wait! Don’t Tell Me’? What about the Tiny Desk Concerts?” Prior to interning at NPR, I … Continue reading Life Lessons at NPR

The Distance Question: Why I left AZ to Study in DC

When I moved into my first dorm at CUA (go Gibbons!), I had never before stepped foot on the campus. I came from Phoenix, Arizona, a full five-hour flight and 2,295 miles from Washington, D.C. I chose CUA based on the research I had done online and I had no idea what to expect when the taxi my parents and I took from the hotel … Continue reading The Distance Question: Why I left AZ to Study in DC