Once the Leaves Change Colors, You Can Carve that Pumpkin

What’s Up With the Preserve?

Opposition Persists as Colorado Springs Pushes to Privatize More Public Land

Ten Questions with Ken Salazar

Bon Appétit Contract Renewal Sparks Discussions Among Students


Queer Community at CC Celebrates LGBTQIA+ History Month

By LOGAN COLEMAN October is LGBTQIA+ History Month, an annual observance of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender history and the history of the gay rights… Read More

Springs Celebrates Inaugural Indigenous Peoples’ Day

This past Tuesday marked the first officially recognized Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Colorado Springs. The proclamation, issued by Colorado Springs City Council president Richard Skorman… Read More

Colorado Springs Food Rescue Hosts Garden Party to Raise Awareness for Food Justice

By SASHA HART Photos courtesy of Colorado Springs Food Rescue This past weekend, Colorado Springs Food Rescue (CSFR), a local food justice nonprofit, held their… Read More

Ballot Measure to Fund Colorado Springs Schools

A ballot measure in the upcoming election could increase school funding per student in order to make teacher wages competitive, hire mental health professionals, and… Read More

Professor Roberts Breaks Silence on Harvey Weinstein Sexual Harassment Case

Thirty-three years have passed since Harvey Weinstein, acclaimed Hollywood executive and co-founder of Weinstein Company and Miramax, sexually harassed now-CC Professor Tomi-Ann Roberts. Then, she… Read More

Bon Appétit Contract Renewal Sparks Discussions Among Students

From the glistening trays of sashimi in Benji’s to the bygone days of the Preserve’s grilled cheese, there is undoubtedly an abundance of delicious food… Read More


CC Alum Uses Bikes to Make Denver More Environmentally Friendly

By ANNA SQUIRES As long ago as 480 B.C., the Greek playwright Aeschylus gave us the now infamous advice: “Know thyself.” An interview with Colorado… Read More

Kerouac, Cover-to-Cover: A Live Rendition of “On The Road”

This past weekend, students, parents, and other members of the Colorado College community gathered in Sacred Grounds for a cover-to-cover reading of Jack Kerouac’s “On… Read More

Art Week 2017

Colorado College and the Fine Arts Center are celebrating their alliance by hosting Art Week from Oct. 9-13. Art Week has more than 15 programs… Read More

Once the Leaves Change Colors, You Can Carve that Pumpkin

While Colorado College and its student groups do a great job of initiating fall-themed activities on campus (for example, CC Spoon’s Fall Fest Bake-Off), nothing… Read More


Conversations by Candlelight: The End of an Era

By SAM MATHAI Every week, senior Sam Mathai sits down with a new CC athlete, coach, or trainer and gets intimate about athletics. The multi-colored… Read More

Fundamentals with a Little Spice: Q&A with Sophomore Tennis Player Noah Forman

By BEN HALL Noah Forman is a Sophomore member of the CC men’s tennis team. Last year, Forman was awarded a spot on the All-SCAC… Read More

Active Life

Strawberry Fields: The Forgotten Gem of North Cheyenne Cañon

Imagine a meadow at sunrise: tall wild grasses covered in dew and birdsong rippling out into still silence. A small clump of mule deer graze… Read More

Workout of the Week

By COURTNEY KNERR Welcome back to Workout of the Week! The workout this week is a Tabata workout. Tabata workouts consist of five different exercises… Read More

Numbers-Man Ivan: Pikes Peak Pencil Pusher

“‘Pikes Peak Summit 7.8’—I’ll put that sign down. I’ve never been too fast at printing, but people say I have very nice script and they… Read More

Push Yourself to Injury, Plop Yourself on the Couch

For most Americans, the issue with fitness is finding the motivation to get off the couch; at CC, students seem to have a harder time… Read More