Where’s Waldo? Downtown Colorado Springs

On the morning of Oct. 20, the usual flow of trucks and motorcycles chugging through the wide streets of downtown Colorado Springs was replaced by a peculiar sight. Families, seniors, children, and couples strolled down […]

Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • Ron Stallworth, policeman and author of the book “BlackKklansman”, visited CC over Block Break and answered questions from students.   C-SPRINGS • A group of teenagers crashed into a Native Roots dispensary […]

Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS •  The Visiting Writers Series welcomed its first speaker of the year, Julia Dixon Evans, author of the book “How to Set Yourself on Fire.”   C-SPRINGS •  To honor victims of 9/11 […]

Julia Dixon Evans: How to Set Yourself on Fire

Colorado College’s Visiting Writers Series kicked off with a reading from Julia Dixon Evans, author of the recently published book “How to Set Yourself on Fire.” Although this is Evans’ debut novel, she is no […]

Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • An article published last week in The Conversation features Colorado College President Jill Tiefenthaler and two other university presidents in a discussion about making college more affordable. (The Conversation)   C-SPRINGS • […]

Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • During Opening Convocation this Monday, the CC alumna Ella Maria Ray ’85 was one of three alumni who received an honorary degree. She delivered the keynote address titled “Sculpt Your Own Experience.” […]

Spring, Chacos, and Privilege

As someone who went to a high school with a culture that was not at all interested in the outdoors, it always excited me to arrive at camp every summer and bond with my friends […]

“Literally a slab of tofu”: Eating Sustainably at CC

It is no secret that Colorado College has a large number of environmentally-minded students. Environmental policy and environmental science are two of the most popular majors on campus, and campus organizations like Climate Reality and […]