Last year marked the first time that The Catholic University of America celebrated commencement virtually; this year’s commencement, to take place in-person with social distancing at FedEx Field, will mark the first time the ceremony has ever been held away from campus. This blog post will run through some other notable firsts in the University’s Read More
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The Archivist’s Nook: Commencement Firsts
Posted in: The Archivist's Nook | Tags: Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, commencement, covid-19, Franklin D. Roosevelt, graduation, gymnasium, John K Mullen of Denver Memorial Library, Lyndon B. Johnson, McMahon Hall, Pangborn Hall, The Catholic University of America, traditions | Comment
The Archivist’s Nook: Dinks, Paddles, and Sophs! Oh My!
As the summer days wane and a fresh academic year begins, new and old faces alike are appearing across campus. Other than the confused look on some faces trying to locate O’Boyle Hall, both new and returning students alike will soon be an indistinguishable part of the campus community. However, in the past, telling the Read More
Posted in: The Archivist's Nook University Archives | Tags: freshmen, Greek life, orientation, Tower, traditions, Yearbook | Comment