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Catholic University officials will continue to fight a mandate in President Obama's health care law that requires the school to provide insurance coverage for contraception, the school said Monday, even though a federal judge dismissed their lawsuit against the government as premature.
In what has become an annual tradition, another Catholic university has come under fire for its choice of commencement speaker.
Villanova University has canceled a workshop by a controversial gay performance artist, saying his shows aren't in keeping with the school's Catholic values.
Mike Lonergan had never lost five games in a row until last week.
Mike Lonergan left Vermont's Patrick Gymnasium with a memento of a championship season earlier this year.
A local law professor and legal activist is challenging Catholic University's much-touted plans to begin converting to all-male and all-female dorms starting this fall, saying the plan violates city statutes forbidding sex discrimination.
Officials at Catholic University say the early response to their plan to phase out coed dorms has been highly favorable, but not every college student is anxious to see the move become a trend.
A year after being tapped for one of the highest-profile posts in Catholic education, John Garvey isn't surprised by the political pressures and criticisms that have come with the job. In fact, the Catholic University of America president said some of that criticism is a welcome change from the type he's used to.
In its search for a men's basketball coach, George Washington scoured the nation - looked under every rock and discarded game program - before finally settling on a guy from ... Bowie.