10 Questions with Richard Buxton

Richard Fernando Buxton has been a professor in the Classics Department at Colorado College since 2014. His classes include various topics like the ancient economy and Greek language. In the summer, Buxton travels with students […]

10 Questions with Re Evitt

Regula “Re” Evitt often finds herself living simultaneously in the 14th century and the present. As a Medieval scholar, Evitt specializes in exploring Chaucer, Dante, Marie de France, and their contemporaries’ intersections with gender, class, […]

Annual Arts and Crafts Sale Begins Today

Beginning Friday afternoon, Worner will be filled with dozens of vendors selling their art, ranging from pottery to paintings, jewelry, and much more. The Colorado College Arts and Crafts Sale is an annual event hosted […]

New Title IX: Colorado College Won’t Go Back

Title IX is a policy that protects students from gender based discrimination that interferes with their academic experience. It originally was implemented in 1972, starting with athletics. The goal was to eliminate disparities between men […]

MSR: A Sci-Fi Adventure 4 Millennial Souls

Last weekend, Taylor Theatre featured the Colorado College original play, “MSR: A Sci-Fi Adventure 4 Millennial Souls”. Hundreds of students and even some faculty members attended the show over its three nights, and chairs were […]