Ethics Emphasized at Law School Commencement

Maj. Gen. William Suter, the clerk of court for the United States Supreme Court, stressed the importance of personal ethics, integrity and values to graduates of the Catholic University of America's Columbus School of Law. Commencement ceremonies were held May 27. See story.

Summer Mass on Campus

Students can still worship on campus this summer, thanks to the addition of a new Sunday night mass at St. Vincent de Paul Chapel. See story.


CUA’s university chaplain is lauded by Western Connecticut State University, and an education professor is recognized for his research. See the People section.

Safety and Air Travel

A CUA researcher makes a strong case for including human factors science in the development of new aviation technology. See Science & Technology section.

Reunions 2000: The Class of 1950 Emeritus Reunion

The largest class in CUA’s history gathered to reminisce and witness the changes on campus in the past 50 years. In their school days, the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception was still a ‘basement’ and Quonset huts housed soldiers recently returned from WWII. More than 300 alumni attended Reunions 2000, with the majority from the class of 1950. See story.

Remembering Gov. Casey

Former Pennsylvania Governor Robert P. Casey, winner of the 1995 Gibbons Medal, died May 30 at the age of 68 from an infection. See story.

CUA Goes Gaelic

Feel like speaking Gaelic? An "Irish Immersion" weekend at CUA offers opportunities to dance, strum the harp, bake bread and learn more about Irish culture. See story.

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