Intramural Sports: A Culture of Competition

Are you mildly athletic? Did you peak in high school? Do you enjoy wearing white tube socks, sweatbands, and running shorts? If you can answer ‘yes’ to any of these questions, maybe you should be […]

National Treasures At Bargain Basement Prices

When Ryan Zinke, the newly confirmed secretary of the interior, was asked about his views on climate change, he responded with a heartwarming story about how he and his family “ate lunch on Granola Glacier […]

The Manitou Incline 2.0

Photo above: Newly constructed railroad ties reinforce the Manitou Incline. The Incline is now re-opened for visitors to enjoy. Photos by Mary Murphy After months of being closed for repairs, the popular Manitou Incline Trail (affectionately […]

Opening Day at Arapahoe Basin

Above: Overlook of Arapahoe Basin on the morning of opening day. Photo courtesy of Dave Camara. Arapahoe Basin kicked off the 2016-2017 season with slopes filled to the maximum with skiers, snowboarders, onesies, and groovy music. […]

Boxcar Philosopher

When Collier Honora was awakened by a deafening train horn, they knew this was the one they were finally going to catch. It was about time, after two days of waiting for one that never […]

Growing Interest in CC’s TREE Semester Program

The Teaching and Research in Environmental Education (TREE) Semester is a program for Colorado College students that emphasizes the fields of education and environmental science. This 16-week program takes place on the beautiful mountain campus […]

Braving the Snow for a Mountain Getaway

Camping and backpacking in the snow is appealing to those who enjoy the quiet of wilderness during the winter, and haven’t seen the ending of The Shining. If you are not adequately prepared for these […]