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Ortner family funds classical, authentically Catholic educationMay 03, 2021
Citizenship and the Future of American Democracy Post-January 6: American Impasse 4 of 4April 28, 2021
The role of Civil War, Race, and Memory on the January 6 assault: American Impasse 3 of 4April 28, 2021
Law School surpasses Campaign goal, becomes first to earn the Campaign CupApril 26, 2021
Columbus School of Law receives $4.25 million giftApril 26, 2021
Made by an anonymous trust, the gift establishing the project is intended to create an intellectual center for the study of how the United States Constitution’s original, distinctly American vision of ensuring the protection and flourishing of the human person emulates important aspects of the
A tribute to Frederick R. Favo, B.Arch.E. 1955April 19, 2021
Founders Day 2021: CatholicU has the best community!April 19, 2021
Immigrant Family Separation: Past and PresentApril 14, 2021
On April 12, 2021, we partnered with Barry University on a panel discussion inspired by the recent visit of "Angels Unawares" to Miami.
The panelists examined the issue of family separation through the lens of Operation Pedro Pan, the airlift of Cuban children to the
Caring for digital collections with Trevor OwensApril 13, 2021
The Political Causes of the January 6 Assault: American Impasse 2 of 4April 13, 2021
Research Day: An interview with the co-chairsApril 12, 2021
Cheers to 50 years: Larry Grassini, J.D. 1970, on law and wineApril 01, 2021
An Easter message from the University chaplainApril 01, 2021
NCSSS celebrates Social Work Month with two deans of social workMarch 31, 2021
The Social Causes of the January 6 Assault: American Impasse 1 of 4March 31, 2021
On March 25, 2021, a panel convened by the School of Arts and Sciences looked at the social causes of the January 6 assault, and at the underlying reasons for partisan strife and hostility to government, both before and after the events of January 6