10 questions with Theo Merrill

CC’s Relationship with the Military: Discussions on Race

March for Science Demonstrators Rally for Policy Over Politics

Revotes and Technical Glitches Spark Confusion Around CCSGA Election

Passing the Torch: Introducing CCSGA President-elect Dorsa Djalilzadeh

Home is Where the Heart is: Juniors’ Hearts are Off-Campus

News

Fesshaie, Fillion, & Greenberg: Meet CCSGA’s Newest Vice Presidents

The Colorado College Student Government Association election resulted in Ethan Greenberg elected as Vice President of Student Life, Sam Fesshaie as Vice President of Inclusion,… Read More

CC’s Relationship with the Military: Discussions on Race

Part Three of a Three-Part Series On Thursday, April 20, four scholars with either current or past connections to the United States military gathered at… Read More

Revotes and Technical Glitches Spark Confusion Around CCSGA Election

Colorado College students voted in high numbers in an election plagued by I.T. glitches, vague constitutional bylaws, and overall confusion. The CC student body first… Read More

Passing the Torch: Introducing CCSGA President-elect Dorsa Djalilzadeh

After last block’s CCSGA election, students voted for junior Dorsa Djalilzadeh to be CC’s CCSGA President for the 2017-18 academic year, following the graduation of… Read More

B-Side Collective Announces New Practice Space for Student Musicians

Last Wednesday, the B-Side Collective held an open meeting to discuss their exciting plans for the new B-Side Collective practice space, due to open this… Read More

Colorado House Bill Grants Immunity for Emergency Rescue Break-Ins

A bill introduced this session in Colorado just changed the law regarding what a citizen can do if they see a child or pet locked… Read More

Life

Hui Yon Park and the Dale Street Bistro: A Bright Purple Dining Destination

Recognizable by its bright purple exterior, the Dale Street Bistro stands out among its neighborhood surroundings. Born and raised in South Korea, restaurant owner Hui… Read More

Galen Green ’05 Talks Life as a Musician

From the eccentric flair of Llamapalooza to students picking guitars on porches, Colorado College is, without a doubt, a campus inclined towards music. Events like… Read More

Lights, Camera, Thesis!

Personality disorders, suicide, and an eight-year-old detective: This wide range of subjects reflects just a few of the various films presented at last Thursday’s Senior… Read More

DJ OLI WARD: Curator of Good Vibes

Written by Sam Imhoff If you’ve been out this year, you’ve probably seen Oliver Ward DJ at house parties. DJ OLI WARD is recognizable by… Read More

Sports

CC Drops Two Matches Before Emerging Over TLU in Regular Season Finale

After dropping their two matches earlier in the weekend, the Colorado College men’s tennis team ended their regular season on a high note on Sunday,… Read More

Womens’ Tennis Finishes on a High Note with Win Over TLU

The Colorado College women’s tennis team (8-11, 2-1 SCAC) traveled to Texas last weekend for the three final matchups of their regular season. The Tigers… Read More

Active Life

Outdoor Women’s Alliance Vies to Close Social and Economic Disparities in Outdoor Culture

For many prospective students, one of the big draws for Colorado College is its student involvement in outdoor culture and community; yet is this “outdoor… Read More

Spotlight on Senior Outdoor Education Leaders: Mollie Podmore

Whether it is the kaleidoscope-like canyon walls, with layers of red, orange, and brown, or the sliver of starry sky that emerges when the sun… Read More

March for Science Demonstrators Rally for Policy Over Politics

Written by Emma Sargent This past Saturday, cities across the country organized a March for Science in celebration of Earth Day. In Denver, thousands of… Read More

Public Opinion and Politics of Public Land

Every year, the Colorado College State of the Rockies program completes the Conservation in the West Poll. Exploring bi-partisan opinions in each state and for… Read More