Relations the Play Brings Covert Voices to the Forefront

Blues and Shoes Criticized for Lack of Diversity and Inclusiveness

Men’s Frisbee Finishes Season Against Air Force

Letter to the Editor

10 Questions with Dorsa Djalilzadeh

CC Seniors Prepare for Commencement, Life After College

Plans For New Ice Arena Bring Excitement to Campus

CCSGA Full Council Passes Amendment Mandating One Semester of Experience, or Significant Participation, for Presidential Candidates

Tensions Rise Between Productions of “Yellow Face” and “The Mikado”

News

Relations the Play Brings Covert Voices to the Forefront

Photos by Amelia Eskenazi Last weekend, Colorado College students continued a CC tradition with the yearly performance of Relations. A play about relationships, sex, sexuality,… Read More

Blues and Shoes Criticized for Lack of Diversity and Inclusiveness

This past Saturday marked the tradition of Colorado College’s annual springtime Bluegrass festival, Blues and Shoes. Hosted by the Carnivore Club, the event on Tutt… Read More

CC Seniors Prepare for Commencement, Life After College

As the seniors’ final weeks begin to wrap up and their time at Colorado College comes to a close, they are looking ahead to Commencement… Read More

CCSGA Full Council Passes Amendment Mandating One Semester of Experience, or Significant Participation, for Presidential Candidates

Last Thursday, CCSGA Full Council passed an amendment to the bylaws that requires future student body president candidates to serve on CCSGA for at least… Read More

Sun Butter Comedy Open Mic Founder Lukey Walden Leaves Behind Legacy of Comedy

Senior Lukey Walden will be graduating in just a week and a half, and as they prepare for life after college, they are making sure… Read More

Gazette Journalist Dave Philipps Shines Light on Victims of PTSD

More veterans are left behind every day as they are discharged from the US Army for misconduct, despite clear signs of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).… Read More

Life

Africa Day: Celebrating the Diversity of the Second Largest Continent on Earth

Although it is 2017, many cultures of our grandiose, collective civilization are still subject to an almost infinite number of misconceptions and judgments. For instance,… Read More

The Mountain Shadows Restaurant: A Local Buried Gem, Neighbor to the Local Mortuary

Next to the local mortuary, Mountain Shadows Restaurant sits in an old house under a sign that reads, "Where the Locals Eat." Open from 7… Read More

Stopping Stigmas with Mental Health Storytelling

Photos by Mikaela Burns Storytelling has always been a universal conveyance of human emotion. Be it a childhood story of the "Three Little Pigs "to… Read More

Travis Scott: Producer, Rapper, and Rockstar in the Pursuit of Happiness

In the past two years, trap-rapper Travis Scott has a seen a meteoric rise in popularity with smash-hit albums "Rodeo" from 2015 and "Birds in… Read More

Sports

Historic CC Track and Field Season Winds Down

For the majority of the CC track and field men’s and women’s team, who advanced past conference, the Occidental Invitational in Los Angeles last Saturday was… Read More

Men’s Frisbee Finishes Season Against Air Force

Although height and weight do not guarantee success in ultimate Frisbee, there is a slight advantage to having a team made up of six-foot-tall, 180-plus… Read More

Active Life

First Experience of the Incline: Not to be Underestimated

While admiring Pike’s Peak, one cannot help but take note of a narrow scar cutting up a small central foothill. For those who don’t know,… Read More

Spotlight on Senior Outdoor Education Leaders: Will Sardinsky

An avid outdoor enthusiast, Will Sardinsky began leading trips for the Outdoor Recreation Committee during his sophomore year. He has since led countless CC students… Read More

The Gaps in Nature

We associate nature with serene streams, towering trees, and majestic peaks. Nature is a compilation of images, associations, and definitions. Each person has a unique… Read More

From Wrecks to Podiums: Junior Hayley Bates Recovers from Injury at Cycling Nationals

Junior Hayley Bates, a junior at Colorado College, doesn’t remember the specifics of the crash. All she knows is that she went down face first… Read More