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October, 2014

New Buildings Go Up While Some Old Ones Come Down
New buildings are going up around campus and some old ones have come down to pave the way for future growth. Inside CUA takes a look at several construction, renovation and demolition projects on campus. See story.



Students Embark on First Hong Kong Exchange
Five CUA engineering students are spending the spring semester studying in Hong Kong as part of an exchange program that has also brought nine Chinese students to CUA.  See story.



Thornton Wilder Is Star of 2008 Festival
In February, the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music will kick off a weeklong festival of music, drama, lectures and discussions that will culminate in alternating performances of Thornton Wilder’s play Our Town and Ned Rorem’s opera version of that beloved American play. See story.




Father David O'Connell writes about university construction, some key staff appointments, the pope's upcoming visit and several other topics.
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Upcoming Papal Visit Stirs Memories of 1979
With Pope Benedict XVI's April 17 visit approaching, staff and faculty who were at CUA in October 1979 share memories of Pope John Paul II's visit to the campus and the extensive preparations that preceded it.  See story.
 






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