CC Voters Register Locally, but Turnout Still Low

Fewer Colorado College students vote in general elections than the national liberal arts college average. While there was a 5 percent increase in CC voter turnout from the 2012 to 2016 general elections, there was […]

Ballot Measure to Fund Colorado Springs Schools

A ballot measure in the upcoming election could increase school funding per student in order to make teacher wages competitive, hire mental health professionals, and maintain aging facilities. Colorado Springs public schools lack sufficient funding […]

$17,000 to Offset Campus Carbon Emissions

Students have proposed a spending plan for $17,000 allocated to counteract on-campus carbon emissions and reach the college’s goal of carbon neutrality by 2020. The Board of Trustees allotted $17,000 for the Office of Sustainability […]

Lapses in Communication Limit Student Group Funding

Two student groups face restricted semester schedules due to limited or no funding. Both Sounds of Colorado College (SOCC) and the CC Refugee Alliance face limited or no operating budgets due to communication lapses between […]