Tigers making headlines

Harrison Rosenfeld Sports Editor Men’s soccer: Senior defender Andrew Worthington earned Men’s Soccer SCAC Defensive Player of the Week honors after anchoring the Tiger defense during two straight victories and adding a goal of his own this past weekend. Women’s soccer: Junior defender Alexis Long earned CC invitational MVP after a vote by the coaches […]

CC men’s soccer storms into top twenty-five after big weekend

Parker Moss Staff Writer The Colorado College men’s soccer team is nationally ranked after a big weekend of soccer here in Colorado Springs. The Tigers are ranked 24th in the nation after a 5-1 win against George Fox University and a hard-fought 1-0 win against Kean University. George Fox University was completely outclassed by the […]

Volleyball win streak reaches eight before tough DII matchup

Hannah Westerman Staff Writer This last weekend was the women’s volleyball 2014 Colorado College Classic, and the CC Tigers dominated. Bringing their winning streak up to eight games, the Tigers only gave up a single set throughout the tournament. Starting the weekend off, CC took on East Texas Baptist University. The Tigers won three sets […]

Lockdown defense helps Tigers secure tournament crown

Nila Horner Staff Writer The ladies of the Colorado College soccer team are on fire. Currently competing with a blazing 17-game unbeaten home streak, (16-0-1), the Tigers have swept the competition away. Last weekend, the amazing athletes that make up our 2014-2015 women’s soccer team accomplished a win against Weber State and a tie against […]

As more money comes in, the NCAA must consider paying their student athletes

Harrison Rosenfeld Sports Editor This week the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) launched NCHC.tv, a website that will stream most (like everything involving money, there are contractual restrictions) games and features highlights of hockey action from all eight teams across the conference. In its second year of operation, the NCHC is joining other major conferences […]

Creed, sweaty basements, and ejection from Armstrong: The Raisins another year older, a little more wrinkly

Nick Dye Music Editor The Raisins have had a hot start to their senior year, to say the least. Last weekend was the band’s opening show at the Wastement. The room was so hot and packed that some fans either couldn’t get in or couldn’t stand watching in a puddle of their own sweat. Some […]

Class of 2018 talking music and shying away from Rastall

Eboni Statham Staff Writer Last year’s first-years were pretty rockin’ when it came to the music scene. Members of the class of 2017 involved themselves in the CC music community, and the freshman band Funkdozer slayed Battle of the Bands and earned the lead spot to play at Llamapalooza eighth block. I was more than […]

Earth Pig Records: An audiophile haven

Mansour Al-Amin Guest Writer Have you ever found yourself talking to friends—or maybe even sitting alone—and all of a sudden, some brilliant idea sounds off an air horn inside your head? You might envision yourself, and maybe even a few other people, thinking that this is an awesome idea, but when the motivation escapes you, […]

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