Campus Welcomes Admitted Students to Odyssey 2005

Catholic University rolled out the welcome mat for 350 admitted students and their parents April 6, for an open house featuring workshops, panels, receptions and mixers all over campus. Called Odyssey 2005, the unprecedented event offered a campus-wide look at all CUA has to offer. See story.


CUA Community Celebrates Student Employment Week

CUA celebrated National Student Employment Week April 1-7 on campus, recognizing contributions of student workers like Francis Origanti (pictured above, center) and Melissa Currie, who were named graduate and undergraduate Student Employees of the Year. See People.


The End Is Near

As the 2000/2001 school year draws to a close, summer schedules are being prepared for the library, campus food services, the shuttle and the DuFour Center. See story.

Pryzbyla Spirit Day Builds Anticipation for Center

The grand opening of CUA’s Pryzbyla center might not be until 2003, but in the meantime the campus community took a spirit-filled day to celebrate as the time for beginning construction draws near, to pack a time capsule and to view final plans. See story.


Students and Their Mentors Lauded at Awards Ceremony

CUA’s student leaders, scholars and the advisers, professors and staff who help them were singled out for recognition at the university’s version of ‘Oscar Night.’ See story.


Letting the Internet
Do the Sampling

CUA psychology researchers use the Internet to collect survey data from an international sample of respondents. The results will be used to study how people turn to religion in times of stress. See Research.


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