The Benefits of a Ninth Block

“As eighth block comes to a close, I cannot help but think of The Ninth Block,” said sophomore Mary Kate Maloney, as she walked past Stewart Field, watching the sun set. Many may wonder, “Block […]

Drop out of School? Great Idea!

Seniors—this is your last block. Juniors—you are almost seniors. Sophomores—soon, you will be out of your “sophomore slump!” First-years—you’ve almost completed your first year of college. It is an exciting time for everyone, it seems. […]

Ending the Waiting Game Around Housing

Following the articles I wrote about limited food options on campus, a student’s inability to retrieve ice from Benjamin’s, my dislike of our school’s logo, and a few others, I received emails in response to […]

Pesach: Beyond the Free Food

Last Friday, Cornerstone Main Space was packed with faculty and students dressed in many versions of the Colorado College version of formal attire. Students scavenged for their tickets to be let into the incredibly anticipated […]

A Limited Response To Last Week’s Email

Almost no Colorado College students are going to speak in favor of the hateful, racist, white supremacist email sent over Spring Break. Undoubtedly, it was disgusting and sad. It is sad that any person in […]

Let Me Get Ice!

Colorado Coffee rests a few steps away from the quaint Colorado College eatery of Benjamin’s Grill, fondly known as Benji’s. The juxtaposed food locations provide CC students with different, but equally important, food options. Colorado […]

Drawing is Not Just for Kids and Artists

On Feb. 1, Lynda Barry spoke to the  Colorado College community for Cornerstone Arts Week. For those unaware of who this woman is, she is a spectacular human, educator, writer, and professor. She publishes a […]

Celebrities for President

I followed Elmo’s instructions on how to count to five with my fingers, and my cat, Buzz, was a leader in teaching me how to hide. Both Elmo and Buzz the cat served as my […]

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 […]