Degree Ceremony for Chiara
Lubich Draws Thousands



Focolare followers came by the thousands to see the movement's founder, Chiara Lubich, receive an honorary doctorate from CUA.See story.

 

Campus Community Meets
for Strategic Planning

More than 200 members of the university community attended the town meetings called to help draft an institutional strategic plan for the university.See story.

 

Sculptor Honored for 50
Years of Service at CUA

The Very Rev. David M. O'Connell, C.M., President, named Nov. 6 Alexander Giampietro Day at CUA, in honor of the sculptor's half-century spent teaching art here. See People.





Politics Professors Guide
Media Through Election

Politics professors John Kenneth White and Mark Rozell have been in high demand to give interviews for radio, television and print reporters here and abroad as election drama unfolds.See story.

 

Broadway Star Faith Prince
Teaches Master Class at CUA

Faith Prince, the Tony Award-winning star of "Guys and Dolls" and "The Dead," visited CUA to tell music theater students about life on Broadway.See story.

 

African-American Girls Often
Inclined Toward Science

Young African-American women show a strong inclination toward science in their high school years, according to a study completed at The Catholic University of America. See Research.

 

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