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2012

  • Student Athletes Attend Spiritual Retreat

    Athletes from the University's sports teams took time to retreat from daily demands to reflect and pray.

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  • Experts Can Comment on Inauguration

    Experts are available to comment on the presidential inauguration.

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  • Spring 2013 Drama Performances Set

    Performances include M.F.A. Directing and Playwriting Theses, Ken Ludwig's "Shakespeare In Hollywood," and 75th Anniversary Celebration.

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  • Music School Announces Spring Events

    Performances include New Voices @CUA Festival and Washington International Piano Series

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  • CUA Press Announces Pope's New Book

    CUA Press has released its latest catalog featuring spring and summer titles.

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    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Experts on Fiscal Cliff

    Professors can discuss the fiscal cliff.

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  • Experts Can Comment on Children and Violence

    Experts are available to comment on the effect of violence on children and how adults can help them cope.

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  • Concert Raises Money to Support Troops

    Proceeds from the 24th annual Christmas Concert for Charity will benefit the spiritual needs of U.S. troops. View a photo gallery and a video of the concert.

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  • Program Fosters Geriatric Health Care Team

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  • Christmas Holiday Closing Information

    For a number of years now, it has been the practice at Catholic University to close the University during the Christmas holiday season. Find out what will be open and closed during the holiday.

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  • CUA Community Garden Breaks Ground

    CUA students, staff and alumni volunteers worked with members of the facilities staff to begin construction on a new community garden.

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  • CUA Teams with Franciscan Monastery Library and Archives

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  • Taking Care of the Environment

    As the director of energy and environmental systems, one of Brian Alexander’s jobs is to reduce the carbon footprint of the University.

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  • Nursing Career Fair

    The fair presents educational and career opportunities for recent B.S.N. graduates.

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  • Arab Spring

    A discussion will be led by the amassador of the League of Arab States to the U.S. and Dennis Wholey, alumnus and host of PBS' This is America with Dennis Wholey

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  • Virtual Campus Tour and Interactive Map - The Catholic University of America

    New online feature includes illustrated aerial view, panoramic photos, and information about campus locations.

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  • New Law School Dean

    The Catholic University of America has named Daniel F. Attridge of the Washington, D.C., office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP as dean of the Columbus School of Law.

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  • Professor Researches Ethical Issues in Wartime Nursing

    Professor Janice Agazio is researching ethical issues that occur in nursing practice during wartime deployments.

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  • Christmas Concert for Charity Preview

    The Catholic University of America and the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music will celebrate the annual Christmas Concert for Charity on Friday, Dec. 7, at 7:30 p.m. in the Great Upper Church of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.

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    "To Believe – The Spirited Art of Corita" features the vibrant artwork of Corita Kent from now through Dec. 14.

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  • Holiday 2012 Events Preview

    Celebrating this special time of year with music and song.

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  • Looking Out for Students

    Thomasine Johnson is the Director of Public Safety.

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  • Showing Their Artistic Flair

    Lara Fredrickson and Kristin Reavey are graphic designers in the Office of Publications and Design Services.

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  • Making a Special Kind of Glass

    J.B. Martin works at the Vitreous State Laboratory.

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  • Grimms' Fairy Tales

    The “Grimms’ Fairy Tales in their European Context” exhibit features eight posters depicting key elements of the Grimms’ fairy tales and their influence in today’s world.

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  • Green Roof

    The Catholic University of America has installed its third green roof on campus as part of the University’s efforts to foster sustainability and environmental stewardship.

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  • The Legacy of Father Hartke

    The Dominican priest founded and headed the drama department from 1937 to 1974, establishing a legacy of drama education that continues today.

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  • The Gift of the Camino

    Father James Garneau answers questions about his journey on the Camino de Santiago.

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  • Sideshow Theatre Company Offers The Unusual

    This thriving Chicago theater company takes familiar stories and reworks them to create something surprising for the audience.

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  • Experts on Veterans and Military

    Experts on issues related to military service people and veterans available at CUA.Experts at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., are available to discuss homeland security and the war on terrorism. M...

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  • New Specialization Supports Our Troops

    A new master's-level clinical specialization prepares social workers to support veterans and their families.

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  • The Merry Widow Operetta Set For Nov. 15 to 18

    This famous operetta by composer Franz Lehar will be performed at Ward Recital Hall.

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  • Remembering Kristallnacht

    On Nov. 14, the University will host “Remembering Kristallnacht,” a presentation on anti-Nazi broadcast at CUA.

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    Three Professors Honored for Teaching Excellence

    The University honors George Mavroeidis, Andrew Weaver, and Stephen Wright for their exemplary teaching.

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  • Sandy Benefit Concert

    At an evening concert Wednesday, Nov. 7, the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music will seek donations for victims of Superstorm Sandy.

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  • Reclaim Remake

    The School of Architecture and Planning’s Center for Building Stewardship will present a three-day symposium on reuse and recycling of building materials.

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  • CUA Helps Hurricane Sandy Victims

    An American Red Cross blood drive is planned, and ways to help storm victims are detailed on the website CUA Cares.

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  • Blood Drive for Hurricane Victims - The Catholic University of America

    The drive is from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Pryzbyla Great Room B.

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  • Environmental Justice Conference Nov. 8-10

    A scholars' conference on the relationship between environmental justice and the Church.

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  • Learn More About European Studies

    The School of Arts and Sciences is hosting a roundtable discussion on European Studies.

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  • WHAT: Archbishop Savio Hon Tai-Fai to Speak on Blessed Gabriele M. Allegra

    Rev. Gabriele Allegra, O.F.M., was a scripture scholar who did the first complete translation of the Catholic bible into the Chinese language. He died in 1976.

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  • CUA on Wall Street

    Students and alumni are invited to a networking event and panel discussion with CUA alumni in the financial industry.

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  • Best Buddies Challenge

    The Catholic University Best Buddies team was recognized for being the top fundraising D.C./Virginia chapter at the Audi Best Buddies Challenge.

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  • Experts Discuss Ways to Boost Catholic Schools

    Education department chair Merylann Schuttloffel and other experts discuss ways to boost Catholic school enrollment.

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  • Hurricane Mass

    At a Mass of Petition and Thanksgiving, held Oct. 30 in the Pryzbyla Center, students prayed for families and friends devastated by Hurricane Sandy.

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    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Storm Preparedness Update

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Hurricane Sandy Mass of Thanksgiving

    The Office of Campus Ministry will hold a Mass of Petition and Thanksgiving at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 30, to pray for families and friends who have been devastated by the storms related to Hurricane Sandy.

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  • Storm Preparedness Update

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Storm Preparedness Update

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Storm Preparedness Update

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Storm Preparedness Update

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Storm Preparedness Update

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Storm Preparedness Update

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Storm Preparedness Update

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Storm Preparedness Update

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Finian's Rainbow Through Oct. 28

    During Homecoming Weekend, the fall musical of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music will be performed at Hartke Theatre.

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    Alumnus Elevated to Cardinal

    Catholic University President John Garvey congratulated alumnus Archbishop Luis Tagle of Manila, Philippines on his elevation to cardinal by Pope Benedict XVI.

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  • Terrorism Myths

    The Department of Sociology presents a lecture by Gary LaFree, director of the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism

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  • Corita Kent Exhibit

    To coincide with the recent 50th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council, the Department of Art presents this exhibit on the works of Corita Kent.

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  • Elsa Morante Conference

    In celebration of the legacy of Italian author Elsa Morante, the Italian Studies Program will host a conference on her work.

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  • Halloween on Campus

    In an annual tradition, the Office of Campus Ministry will host an evening of Halloween games and trick-or-treating on campus.

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  • Colloquium on Christians and Business

    The Department of Business and Economics will co-host an international colloquium on business ethics.

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  • Remembering Kristallnacht

    The event will include an historical presentation and a musical piece related to a 1938 anti-Nazi broadcast at CUA.

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  • The FDA’s Role in Protecting National Health and Security

    Luciana Borio, M.D., assistant commissioner for counterterrorism policy and director, at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will deliver the talk.

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  • Photo Contest Winner

    A dramatic shot of the Vatican at sunset takes first place in the 2012 CUAbroad Photo Contest.

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  • Music Lecturer Receives Herford Prize

    Kevin O'Brien has received the 2011 Julius Herford Dissertation Prize for “Russell Woollen: Catalogue and Contextual Examination of the Sacred Music.”

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  • Drill is Over

    The drill is over.

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  • Drill: Evacuate

    All members of the CUA community should evacuate for a drill.

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  • Shelter in Place

    All members of the CUA community should shelter in place for a drill.

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  • Finian's Rainbow Opens Oct. 26

    Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's fall musical "Finian's Rainbow" set for Oct. 26 to 28.

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  • Symposium Marks Vatican II Anniversary

    A symposium, "Reform and Renewal: Vatican II after 50 years," marked the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council.

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  • Hedda Gabler Set For Hartke Theatre

    This is the first performance in the 75th anniversary season of the University's drama department

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  • poverty symposium

    An interfaith look at this issue, and ways people can help fight poverty in the Washington, D.C., area.

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  • Marcou Memorial Lecture

    Michael Arad will discuss his design for the 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center site.

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  • New Music School Piano

    A new 990-pound concert grand piano arrived at CUA's music school on Sept. 24 from Steinway & Sons in New York.

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  • CUA to Host Vatican II Symposium Sept. 26-29

    Catholic University hosts the symposium “Reform and Renewal: Vatican II after 50 Years,” Sept. 26 to 29.

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  • Vatican II Collections

    The Catholic University of America’s Archives houses several collections related to the Second Vatican Council.

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  • John Oh Memorial Lecture

    Victor Cha, of Georgetown University and former director of Asian affairs at the National Security Council (2004-2007), will speak on “U.S.-Korea Relations in a New Era.”

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    CUA Orchestra, Choir in Concert Sept. 30

    CUA's Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Choir will perform music by Mozart at the National Gallery of Art, with Murry Sidlin conducting.

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  • Experts to Discuss Role of Catholic Voters

    A panel of scholars who study faith and politics will address the role of the Catholic vote.

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  • Freshman Retreat

    Nearly one third of the freshman class, 284 students, participated in the Freshman Retreat, a weekend of prayer, reflection, and bonding with new friends.

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  • Solar Panel System Ceremony

    The Catholic University of America today celebrated the installation of 714 solar panels in the O’Boyle Hall parking lot with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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  • Solar Panel System Ceremony

    On Sept. 21, The Catholic University of America (CUA) will dedicate the largest solar photovoltaic (PV) panel system in the District of Columbia

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  • Hermitage Blessing

    Cardinal Donald Wuerl blesses a hermitage designed by CUA architecture majors that offers a place of prayer in a peaceful Washington, D.C., setting.

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  • Celebrating Vatican II Exhibit

    To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council, CUA's Department of Art has a new exhibit, featuring work from artists inspired by the spirit of the changing Church.

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  • Military Friendly Schools List

    The Catholic University of America has been named to the Military Friendly Schools list by Victory Media.

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  • Claim About Wife of Jesus Papyrus

    Experts at The Catholic University of America are available to discuss the claim that an ancient scrap of papyrus refers to Jesus having a wife.

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  • International Religious Freedom Conference

    More than 150 participants attended the conference entitled "International Religious Freedom: An Imperative for Peace and the Common Good."

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  • Cardinal Wuerl to Dedicate Urban Hermitage

    The city of Washington’s first hermitage will be blessed by Cardinal Donald Wuerl, archbishop of Washington and chancellor of CUA, at a dedication ceremony.

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  • 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance

    Students, faculty, and staff will mark the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks by participating in the 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance.

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  • Vatican II Experts

    Experts at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., are available to discuss the 50th anniversary of Vatican II.

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  • Solar Panel Installation

    The University will celebrate the addition of 714 solar panels, making CUA's solar panel installation the largest in D.C.

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  • Class of 2016 Convocation

    The Class of 2016 Convocation welcomed first-year students into the academic community and invited them to join its shared pursuit of truth.

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    Class of 2016 Conovcation Address

    Law Professor Sarah Duggin addressed the Class of 2016 at Convocation.

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  • Philosophy Fall Lecture Series

    The School of Philosophy at The Catholic University of America presents its 45th annual Fall Lecture Series, which this year will explore Aristotle’s De Anima.

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  • Elsa Morante and the Italian Arts

    This academic conference sheds new light on the work of the well-known Italian novelist Elsa Morante.

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  • WHAT: Annual Fall Seminar: “Building Community in a Mobile/Global Age”

    Catholic University’s Center for the Study of Culture and Values begins its annual fall seminar on Monday, Sept. 24

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  • Residence Hall Chapels

    Chapels in the University's residence halls are part of ongoing efforts to enhance the spiritual experience of students during their years at CUA.

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  • Sept. Arch Lecture

    Campo Baeza will deliver the lecture “Ineffable Architecture: Building Poetry by Thinking with your Hands.”

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  • Venigalla B. Rao, Ph.D. Headshot

    Professor Gets Grant to Discover HIV Vaccine

    Biology Professor Venigalla Rao receives a significant grant from NIH for his HIV vaccine research.

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  • Catholic University Celebrates New Academic Year

    The Catholic University community celebrates the start of the 2012-2013 academic year with the Mass of the Holy Spirit.

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  • University Picnic

    After the Mass of the Holy Spirit to begin the new academic year, students gathered on the University Mall to greet the Apostolic Nuncio to the United States.

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  • Remarks at the Mass of the Holy Spirit

    President Garvey reminded students, faculty, and staff that the love of God should be at the heart of all we do at The Catholic University of America.

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  • Mass of the Holy Spirit Homily

    Cardinal Donald Wuerl encouraged the University community to seek truth through the light of faith.

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  • Playwrights at Kennedy Center

    Four graduate student playwrights will present readings from their works Sept. 1.

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  • Emancipation Anniversary

    The School of Arts and Sciences presents lectures on the D.C. Compensated Emancipation Act and the 125th Anniversary of Brookland.

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  • Experts on the Papacy

    Faculty at The Catholic University of America are available to comment on topics related to Pope Benedict XVI.

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  • Christians and Business

    The third international colloquium on Christian Humanism in Economics and Business will take place at CUA.

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  • Welcome Students

    The Class of 2016 and their families gathered for welcoming remarks from President Garvey and Orientation's student coordinators.

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  • Orientation 2012

    Freshman arrive on campus, ready to start the next stage of life as college students.

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  • Backgrounds of U.S. Presidents: How do Obama and Romney Stack Up?

    Phillip Henderson, associate professor of politics, compares the backgrounds of nominees Barack Obama and Mitt Romney in a historical context.

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  • WHAT: Panel Discussion: “The Catholic Vote”

    The general election three months away, CUA presents "The Catholic Vote", a panel discussion featuring four noted scholars with expertise in religion and politics.

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  • Enrique S. Pumar, Ph.D. Headshot

    Hispanic Migration Research

    Chair of Sociology Enrique Pumar received a grant from the Smithsonian Institute to direct the second phase of its Latino History Project.

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  • Orientation Preview

    Orientation coordinators help new students find their niche at The Catholic University of America.

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  • Back to School News

    New students arrive for Orientation on Thursday, Aug. 23.

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  • Counseling Center Meets Highest Standards

    CUA's Counseling Center has received accreditation attesting to its high standards.

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  • Semitics Department Stands Out in Malta

    CUA had the largest contingent among scholars in Syriac and Christian Arabic studies at recent conferences in Malta.

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  • Mass of the Holy Spirit

    The Catholic University of America community will gather to celebrate the Mass of the Holy Spirit at 12:10 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 30.

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  • Drama Education Students Teach and Learn

    Students enrolled in the Master of Arts in Theater Education program practice directing techniques at summer camp.

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  • Brian T. Engelland, Ph.D. Headshot

    Professors Present Social Teaching in Ghana

    Rev. Paul Sullins and Brian Engelland headed to Ghana to present a conference on conducting business ethically.

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  • Fall Drama Productions Announced

    Performances include "Hedda Gabler," by Henrik Ibsen, "#crazypants," by Katherine Clair, and "Are You Now Or Have You Ever Been," by Eric Bentley.

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  • Rovelstad Scholarship

    The School of Library and Information Science has named Jessica Kemp and Ying Zhang recipients of the 2012-2013 Howard and Mathilde Rovelstad Scholarship.

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    Acting NCSSS Dean Appointment

    John Garvey, President of The Catholic University of America, has appointed Stephen Schneck as acting dean of the National Catholic School of Social Service.

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    Monsignor Irwin Award

    Monsignor Kevin Irwin received an award from the National Association for Pastoral Musicians.

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  • Fall Music Preview

    Fall semester includes a variety of musical performances including "Finian's Rainbow" and "The Merry Widow."

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  • Expert on Psychology and Sports Performance

    Experts on Sports Psychology Available at CUA.Experts at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., are available to discuss homeland security and the war on terrorism. M...

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  • Online Bonus: More Expert Tips

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Solar Decathlon Website

    Team Capitol D.C. Harvest has launched a website detailing its members and its mission.

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  • CUA Hosts Washington International Piano Festival

    Piano students and professionals from around the world gather to learn and perform.

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  • Magazine Gets New Look, New Name

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Behind the Scenes at Indraloka Animal Sanctuary

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Experts on Presidential Campaign

    Experts on the Presidential Campaign Available at CUAExperts at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., are available to discuss homeland security and the war on terrorism. M...

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  • Experts on Religion and Presidential Campaign

    Experts on Religion and the Presidential Campaign Available at CUAExperts at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., are available to discuss homeland security and the war on terrorism. M...

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  • Munich Initiative

    Five CUA students will travel to Tel Aviv on their way to the Olympic games. They continue to petition for a minute of silence for the Munich 11.

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  • Olympic Preview

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • William D. Dinges, Ph.D. Headshot

    Dinges teaches in Shanghai

    William Dinges spent a week in Shanghai teaching about religion in American culture.

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  • Very Rev. Mark Morozowich, S.E.O.D. Headshot

    New Theology and Religious Studies Dean

    President John Garvey has appointed Very Rev. Mark Morozowich, associate professor, as dean of the School of Theology and Religious Studies.

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  • Franny Murray's Birthday

    Franny Murray, one of CUA’s most beloved people, turned 90 on July 7.

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  • slis grant

    The School of Library and Information Science received a $498,741 Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian grant.

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  • University to Open on Schedule Monday, July 2

    The Catholic University of America will open on schedule Monday, July 2. The campus did not lose power during or after the Friday evening storm that caused widespread outages in the Washington area.

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  • DuFour Center to Reopen

    Catholic University will reopen the Raymond A. DuFour Athletic Center at 3:30 p.m. today, Friday, June 29.

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  • DuFour Closing

    Catholic University has closed the Raymond A. DuFour Athletic Center because of police activity at the Fort Totten Transfer Waste Station

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  • CUA Wins Three Catholic Press Awards

    The Catholic Press Association has honored Catholic University with three awards.

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  • June 27 Opening

    All Catholic University buildings with the exception of Marist Annex and Nugent, Marist, O'Boyle, and Hartke halls will be open at the usual time Wednesday, June 27.

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  • More CUA Classes to Resume Today June 26

    Classes that begin after 3 p.m. on Tuesday, June 26, and are scheduled in Caldwell, Hannan, McMahon, and Shahan halls will resume today.

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  • June 26 Closing

    The Catholic University of America will open as usual Tuesday, June 26, but some buildings will be closed.

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  • Early Closing

    The University will close early on Monday, June 25.

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    Nursing Dean Named Nurse Practitioner Fellow

    Dean of Nursing Patricia McMullen has been inducted into the Fellows of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (FAANP).

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  • Solar Bus Shelter

    This spring students were challenged to create visible and comfortable solar-powered shelters where people can wait for University shuttles.

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  • Washington International Piano Festival

    More than 60 faculty, guest-artists, and participants from around the world are expected at the 4th Annual Festival.

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  • One Minute of Silence

    CUA students and recent alumni will attend the Olympic Games in London this summer. But first, they will stop in Tel Aviv to pay tribute to 11 Israeli athletes who were killed nearly 20 years before these students were even born.

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  • CUA To Host Washington International Piano Festival

    The 4th Annual Washington International Piano Festival is set for July 29 to Aug. 4.

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  • Claes G. Ryn, Ph.D. Headshot

    Ryn Honored in China

    Claes Ryn was named an honorary professor during a ceremony at Beijing Normal University in China last month.

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  • John Garvey, J.D. Headshot

    Address to Bishops

    John Garvey delivered an address titled "Religious Freedom and the Love of God" at the General Assembly of the USCCB in Atlanta.

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  • Summer Mission Trips

    Twenty-two students began their summer by traveling to Belize and Costa Rica on mission trips sponsored by the Office of Campus Ministry.

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  • Bel Cantanti Summer Festival

    Local and international opera singers will perform five performances at Ward Hall

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  • CUA Hosts Laser Symposium This Week

    Scientists from around the world will present more than 200 papers on developments in Laser Precision Microfabrication

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  • 2012 Law School Commencement Remarks - John Garvey - The Catholic University of America

    President Garvey urged graduates to have faith, practice it, let it shape their work, and share it with others.

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  • Summer Events

    The University will host more than 9,000 visitors this summer for conferences and events.

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  • Economics Professor Receives Fulbright

    Maria Sophia Aguirre will spend six months in Guatemala City to implement a CUA program’s approach to sustainable development.

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  • Religious Freedom Explored at Catholic Social Institute

    Experts explore the issue of religious freedom during fifth annual Summer Institute of Catholic Social Thought June 4 to 8

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  • 2 Graduates Awarded Fulbright Grants

    Two new graduates receive Fulbright awards that will enable them to study and teach in Turkey and Austria.

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  • HHS Lawsuit

    The Catholic University of America joined a lawsuit to block implementation of the mandate by the Department of Health and Human Services that would require it to provide health insurance coverage for surgical sterilization, prescription contraceptives, and drugs that cause early stage abortions.

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    CUA Honors Retiring Faculty

    Provost James Brennan honored five retiring professors at the Spring Faculty Luncheon.

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  • St. Anthony Literacy Day

    Education students went off campus earlier this month for their final exam of the spring semester.

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  • Campus Ministry Honored

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  • Middle Ages Come Alive - The Catholic University of America

    Medieval Day offered participants opportunities to exchange ideas, sample mead, and engage in medieval games of chance and skill.

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  • Cardinal Dolan Urges Graduates to Follow Law of the Gift

    At the 123rd Annual Commencement, Cardinal Timothy Dolan delivered an address that focused on selflessness and the vigorous defense of religious values and teachings.

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  • Billy Vermillion

    Billy Vermillion earned a Bachelor of Science in biomedical engineering despite having severe dyslexia.

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  • Martin Family

    When Clare Martin of Garrett Park, Md., stood to receive her Bachelor of Philosophy degree, she had her own group of CUA alumni cheering her on — her family.

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    Alyssa M. Pellegrino

    President John Garvey presented Alyssa M. Pellegrino of Elkridge, Md., with the President’s Award during the 123rd Commencement Ceremony.

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  • Rev. Jude DeAngelo, M.Div. Headshot

    Baccalaureatte Mass Homily

    Rev. Jude DeAngelo, O.F.M. Conv., Chaplain and Director of Campus Ministry at The Catholic University of America

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    123rd Annual Commencement Remarks - John Garvey

    John Garvey, President of The Catholic University of America

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  • 123rd Annual Commencement Address - Cardinal Timothy Dolan

    Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York

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  • Thompson Senate Hearing

    Sara Thompson, dean of the Metropolitan School for Professional Studies (MSPS) and associate provost for new programs and initiatives, testified yesterday before a Senate hearing.

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  • CUA to Confer 1,700 Diplomas at Commencement Ceremonies

    CUA will confer 1,500 degrees during its 123rd Annual Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 12.

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  • European Studies

    Catholic University’s new Certificate in European Studies program made its debut at the beginning of the academic year.

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  • National Council of Catholic Men Finding Aid

    A collection of items from the National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM) is the subject of a finding aid recently launched by the University Archives.

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  • Research and Scholarship Awards

    Four professors were honored April 25 by The Catholic University of America for their high levels of accomplishment.

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  • Professor Bunce, Bill Nye Discuss ‘Informal Science’

    Professor Diane Bunce joined Bill Nye the Science Guy April 26 for a congressional briefing about the value of science outreach activities.

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  • Summer Institute for Social Entrepreneurship

    The Catholic University of America is launching the Summer Institute for Social Entrepreneurship.

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  • Spirit of Place Architecture Program Receives Top Honors

    Catholic University’s Spirit of Place program was recognized with an honor award for the best landscape architecture for a memorial built in Nepal.

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    Presidential Press Conference

    CUA President John Garvey recently held a press conference complete with a student press corps.

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  • Cardinal Timothy Dolan to Address 2012 Graduates

    Cardinal Timothy Dolan, archbishop of New York, will address the Class of 2012 at the 123rd Annual Commencement Ceremony of The Catholic University of America.

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  • Mexican President to Address 2012 Graduates at Commencement

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • 2012 American Cardinals Dinner Fact Sheet

    Spring semester classes at The Catholic University of America will begin on Monday, Jan. 9.

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  • Cardinals Gather in Chicago for Fundraiser

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  • Catholic Daughters of the Americas Lecture

    Helen Osman, secretary of communications for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, will speak on "A Feather on the Breath of God: Hildegard of Bingen's Words of Wisdom for Modern American Catholic Women."

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  • Green Awards

    EPA and Princeton Review Honor University

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  • Cardinals to Attend Fundraiser in Chicago

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  • Architecture Students Tour Monroe Street Market

    Five city blocks served as a real-world classroom for a group of students from the School of Architecture and Planning.

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  • Tree Campus

    The Arbor Day Foundation named CUA a 2011 Tree Campus USA.

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  • Earth Day Lecture on Environmental Stewardship

    Gernot Wagner will present “But Will the Planet Notice? How Smart Economics Can Save the World.”

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  • John Garvey - Founders Day Speech - The Catholic University of America

    On the 125th anniversary of The Catholic University of America, President Garvey congratulated the CUA community on surpassing the goal of 125,000 service hours to mark the occasion.

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  • Homily for Founders Day 125th Anniversary Mass

    Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington and Chancellor of The Catholic University of America

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  • Five Professors to Provide a Living History

    A panel of five longstanding Catholic University faculty members will share their memories on Wednesday at 2:10 p.m.

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  • Lecture on Religious Freedom

    Yale Law Professor and acclaimed author Stephen L. Carter will talk about "Religious Freedom and the Inadequacy of Conscience."

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  • CUA to Honor Distinguished Alumni

    The Board of Governors of the Catholic University Alumni Association will honor a group of distinguish graduates at the Alumni Awards Gala.

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  • Students Take on an Unexpected Art Exhibit

    About Time, a multi-media art exhibit, is on display in the Salve Regina gallery through Saturday, April 14.

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  • 7th Annual Mastrangelo Lecture

    CUA's Department of Modern Languages and Literatures will sponsor its seventh annual Frank R. Mastrangelo Lecture.

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    The Department of Politics hosts a lecture by Louis Fisher, one of the nation’s leading experts on the separation of powers and the Constitution

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  • WHAT: CUA Town and Gown Community Chorus Concert

    The Town and Gown Community Chorus will perform in St. Vincent Chapel.

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  • WHAT: CUA Women’s Chorus Concert

    The Women's Chorus presents a spring concert in St. Vincent Chapel.

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  • CUA Presents The Unseen

    The Unseen is last installment in CUA's new Reading and Discussion series.

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  • CUA Presents The Crucible

    CUA Drama presents Arthur Miller's The Crucible in April.

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  • Lecture to Highlight Meteorites

    A Vatican Observatory scientist will talk about meteorites as part of the annual Karl F. Herzfeld Memorial Lecture.

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  • Franciscan Hermitage

    About a dozen current and former members of the School of Architecture and Planning’s design collaborative (CUAdc) visited the Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in America on March 29 to witness the construction of a hermitage they designed.

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  • Spring Chamber Choir

    The University Singers and Chamber Choir will perform in the Basilica's Crypt Church at 7:30 p.m.

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  • WHAT: Catholic University Symphony Orchestra Concert

    The Symphony Orchestra performs at 7:30 p.m. in Hartke Theatre

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  • WHAT: Chorus Concerts to Feature Music of American Composers

    The University Chorus will present two concerts featuring American composers on April 20 and April 21.

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  • Opera Workshop

    The Opera Workshop class will perform at 7:30 p.m. in Ward Hall, Recital Hall.

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  • WHAT: Photo Op: Rare Urban Hermitage Being Built in DC

    Twelve CUA students designed a hermitage that is being built at the Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in America

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  • CUA to Host Symposium on Innovation and Collaboration in Architecture

    The architecture school presents a symposium on innovation and collaboration in architecture.

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  • Professor Receives French Academic Honor

    Joan Tasker Grimbert, professor of French and medieval studies, has been named a Chevalier (knight) in the Ordre des Palmes Académiques.

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  • Social Work Students Raise Awareness

    NCSSS celebrates National Professional Social Work Month.

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  • Kevin Ryan to Receive Gibbons Medal

    Kevin Ryan, a nationally and internationally recognized child advocate, will receive the 2012 James Cardinal Gibbons Medal.

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  • Health and Human Services: Conceptions Revisited

    Two professors will lead a discussion on the true meaning of religious freedom, personhood, and sexuality.

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  • Catholic University President Welcomes New Archbishop of Baltimore

    Pope Benedict XVI today named Bishop William E. Lori of the Diocese of Bridgeport as the head of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

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  • Litzelman Recital

    A recital will be held in Ward Hall's recital hall at 7 p.m.

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  • WHAT: CUA Chamber Choir Spring Concert

    The Chamber Choir presents a Spring concert at 7:30 p.m. in St. Vincent's Chapel.

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