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1999 Releases

Archeologist Shares Latest Findings from Troy
Head of Greek and Roman Excavations at Troy tells CUA audience about recent discoveries from the fabled city of The Iliad.
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Renowned Pianist Gutiérrez Receives Honorary Degree
The renowned Cuban-born pianist Horacio Gutiérrez was honored by the university in December and will perform in February.
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Mayor Martin O'Malley: CUA Grad Leads Baltimore into a New Century
A 1985 graduate of The Catholic University of America calls on one of America's great cities to come together and heal its divisions and improve the quality of life for all.
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Fear and Loathing and the New Millennium
The Internet is a powerful medium for spreading views about Y2K.
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Gold E. Locks on Trial at CUA
Preschoolers at The Catholic University of America's Children's Education Center issue a guilty verdict in a trial of the notorious Gold E. Locks. The mock trial introduced the children to the legal system and jury duty.
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Association Honors Monsignor Wippel
The Aquinas medal is awarded by the American Catholic Philosophical Association to a philosopher who has exhibited "outstanding teaching, personal publications of permanent and scholarly value and influence upon American philosophical thought." This year, the recipient was The Catholic University of America's Monsignor John F. Wippel.
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Suarez is District of Columbia "Professor of the Year"
Ernest Suarez, chair and associate professor of the English department, is honored for excellence in undergraduate teaching.
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Santo Named Acting Director of Latin American Center
Joseph Santo has been appointed acting director of the Latin American Center for Graduate Studies in Music at the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music of The Catholic University of America. He succeeds Emma Garmendia, Ph.D., founder of the center, who retired in May. She has been named director emerita.
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Renowned Pianist Gutierrez to Receive Honor
Internationally renowned pianist Horacio Gutierrez will receive an honorary degree from The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music of The Catholic University of America on Tuesday, Dec. 7. See story.

CUA Music Professor Wins ASCAP Award
Anthony Stark, a part-time faculty member at The Catholic University of America’s Benjamin T. Rome School of Music, has been granted a cash award by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). See story.

CUA President Appoints Vincent P. Walter Vice President
The Catholic University of America Board of Trustees approved the appointment of Vincent P. Walter as a university vice president. See story.

Pope John Paul II Greets CUA Trustees, Students
The pope expressed thanks for the work of The Catholic University of America. See story.

Vocations Nurtured at The Catholic University of America
A group for men considering the priesthood grows at CUA. See story.

Enrollment Increase at CUA Sparks Changes on Campus
CUA welcomes its largest class in years. See story.

U.S. News Rankings Place CUA on Second Tier
The Catholic University of America landed among the second tier of 228 national universities in the U.S. News college ranking guide. See story.

Dean Hoge to Lead Life Cycle Institute
Dean Hoge, professor of sociology, will head the research institute beginning Sept. 1. See story.

Knight of Columbus Remarks
The Very Rev. David M. O'Connell, C.M., acknowledges the lasting contributions of the Knights of Columbus. See remarks.


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