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Saturday Night at the Opera

March 29, 2010

Perhaps the name of the music school’s opera last weekend kept you away, but it turns out Die Fledermaus (which translates to “The Bat” in
German) is actually performed in English. This comes as a great relief to audience members who find it difficult to follow the music and activity on stage while trying to keep up with the translating supertitles. Read more…


SAGA Delegates Replace Rules Chairman in Secret Ballot Vote

March 29, 2010

Delegates of the Student Association General Assembly issued a vote of no confidence to remove junior delegate Charlie O’Neill as Chairman of the Rules and Privileges Committee at their meeting on
Wednesday. Read more…

Students Scramble After Housing Lottery

March 29, 2010

The junior and senior lottery ended with seven spaces still available this week, according to Todd Troke, Assistant Director of Housing Services for Occupancy Management and Marketing, despite student struggles to find on-campus accommodations for their groups. Read more…

Election Campaigns Begin for Student Government Positions

March 23, 2010

Campaign season for Student Association General Assembly, Program Board, and Student Fee Allocation Board positions is currently underway. Students are seeking election and re-election to the student governing body. Read more…

Campus MovieFest Showcases Student Talent

March 23, 2010

Once a year there is an overwhelming rush of creativity on CUA’s campus. Students can be seen wandering wildly around school, in silly costumes and rehearsing irreverent dialogue as their friends film them. What auses this rash of filming? What spurs on these budding Speilbergs and Swanks? Why, it’s Campus MovieFest of course. Read more…

SAGA to Offer Free Shuttle Service to Airports, Train Station at Break

March 23, 2010

CUA Express will offer students a ride to the airport or Union Station at break.

The Student Association General Assembly is offering a free shuttle service for students to local airports and Union Station at University breaks. The service is called CUA Express and is funded by the student activity fee. Read more…

Senator Raises Questions About Speaker Policy

March 23, 2010

Arlen Specter, a democratic Senator from Pennsylvania spoke at a College Democrats sponsored event on Monday, March 15.

Specter is known for his pro-death penalty and pro-choice stance yet slipped through the University’s strict speaker policy which requires that speakers align with the mission of the Catholic Church. Read more…