CC Tigers Dominating the Volleyball Season

CC EMS Shoots for Long-Term Sustainability

10 Questions with Mad Wallace

A Shameful Namesake: College Complicit in President Slocum’s Sexual Misconduct

Don’t @ Me: The Need to Revise Res Life


CC Welcomes Fulbright Scholar from Palestine

By SASHA HART When you first meet Mahadia Maher Abu Dalal, you would never know the lengthy and risky process she experienced to get to… Read More

Students and Faculty Remember Professor Phil Kannan

This Monday, Colorado College abruptly lost a beloved professor and friend when Phil Kannan, Legal-Scholar-in-Residence and fixture of CC’s Environmental Program, passed away. There was… Read More

CC Entertains Idea of Forming E-Sports Team

By LOGAN COLEMAN Colorado College is seeking to gauge student interest and opinion in creating electronic sports (e-sports) teams on campus, because the Southern Collegiate… Read More

START: The New Student Team of Confidential Resources for Title IX Concerns

By ZACK GLOSSER The Student Title IX Assistance and Resource Team (START) is a new initiative created this year by seniors Jamie Baum and Leah… Read More

CC EMS Shoots for Long-Term Sustainability

You may have seen them meandering around Blues n’ Shoes as you were thrown off the mechanical bull, or standing on the sidelines during club… Read More

Llama Committee Broadens Horizons, Re-envisions What Festival Will Be

This year, the Llamapalooza Committee is changing things up. The committee met this past Monday to discuss ideas, plans, and challenges leading up to this… Read More


At a Theater Near You: LBJ: Bad Accents and Fake Noses in the Shadow of JFK

"LBJ", a new political, biographical movie, focuses on the presidency of John F. Kennedy through the eyes of Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson. Director Rob… Read More

ON TAP: The Townhouse Lowdown

By SETHWILSON GRAY The Townhouse Sports Bar and Grill located in Manitou Springs is a liquor licensed cabin, showcasing a wood-wall and bar interior and… Read More

Colorado College Hosts Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival’s 30th Year

The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival is celebrating its 30th year of presenting regional films made by women, making it the longest, continuous-running women’s film… Read More

Spesso Espresso: An Invite to Italian Culture

By ARIELLE GORDON Every third Monday afternoon, the Elbert Italian House comes to life with the sounds of cheerful greetings and the scent of espresso… Read More


Conversations by Candlelight: The Professor’s Perspective

By SAM MATHAI There is much to be said about the difference between student athletes and their solely student counterparts in the classroom. Athletes are… Read More

Get to Know Men’s XC SCAC Champion Max Blackburn

By BEN HALL Max Blackburn is a sophomore on the men’s cross country team. This past weekend, Blackburn was crowned conference champion at the SCAC… Read More

Active Life

Class Spotlight: Writing the Wild Literary Journalism of the Outdoors

For many people, outdoor exploration is a hobby on the side of a busy career. However, for most outdoor journalists, experiencing and writing about radical… Read More

Hit the Trail or the Treadmill? An Analysis of Indoor Running

As we move from chilly fall mornings into temperatures below freezing, it is no longer possible to deny the onset of true winter, leaving those… Read More

‘Pikes Peak or Bust’: Tava Mountain Through the Years

When a beautiful sunset appears, you can expect to see at least 10 photos of Pikes Peak on your Snapchat feed with captions varying from… Read More

When in Colorado, Prepare for the Wild

NPR recently published an article written by Brian Mann, titled “More Americans Head into the Wild Unprepared for…the Wild.”  Mann argues that with the increase… Read More