Metal Part III: Assyrian Occult Death Metal

Melechesh is one of the most unique bands I’ve ever come across. Its Assyrian and Armenian founders from Jerusalem were set on creating a Middle Eastern black death metal band with occult themes to regional […]

Bring Back the Peanut Butter

In elementary school, cafeterias were divided by 10-year-old friend groups and allergies. There was always a group of people sitting at a table with a sign on it reading “peanut free,” accompanied by an image […]

Confronting Apathy at CC

How a Radical and Realistic Approach to Our Political Problems Can Help Us Overcome Inaction Sometimes it feels like there’s so much change to demand that it’s hard to keep track. Between discussions of Bon […]

Food Equity: It’s What’s For Lunch

Ten years ago, Colorado College’s meal service was in a state of disaster. Appalled by the horrendous quality of their dining options, students, staff, and faculty rallied to end Sodexo’s contract and called for a […]

A First-Year Impression of A Cappella at CC

By ZACHA FOX The Back Row, Colorado College’s only all-male a cappella group, is known throughout the school for their performances during prospective student weekends, orientation, and their bi-annual concerts.  Many current members of the group […]