The Challenges of Working on the Block Plan

While the Block Plan offers incredible opportunities for experimental learning and immersion, there are also unintended, non-academic consequences, such as the difficulty of work. Given Colorado College’s unique academic calendar, students and employees alike can […]

Kicks for CASA

On April 28, Kappa Alpha Theta—one of Colorado College’s three sororities—is hosting their annual event, Kicks for CASA: a campus-wide kickball tournament to support Theta’s primary service project, Court Appointed Special Advocates. Established in 1977, […]

Blues and Shoes in Limbo

On Monday night, The Colorado College Student Government Association sent an email to inform the student body that Carnivore Club would not be organizing Blues and Shoes this coming fall. The Carnivore Club has handled […]

Environmental Science Unveils Two New Majors

At the beginning of the block, Colorado College’s environmental science department unveiled two revised tracks within the broader major: environment and society, which replaced environmental policy, and a revision to the previous ‘integrated environmental science’ […]

The (In)effectiveness of Substance-Free Housing

Not all students living in dedicated substance-free residential spaces requested to live there. Every year, students are placed in substance-free living communities who did not request to live there. Only half of the spots in […]

Legally American; Culturally Arab

Despite “talking like a white girl,” Heba Shiban ’21 was originally born in Latakia—a port city in Syria that she calls “the most beautiful place on earth.” And no,in answer to your next question, she […]

Complicating the ‘Evangelical Vatican’

“Most leave college as a stronger beer drinker. We want you to leave college as a stronger Christian,” reads an advertisement from Focus on the Family, an international Christian ministry founded in 1977 and based […]