5Ks Ain’t All That Bad

It’s a crisp 7 a.m. start to the day on the morning of Christmas Eve, and you begin to wonder if you hate your family. You awkwardly wave hello to your middle school gym teacher […]

A Town Hall with John Kasich

Colorado College had the opportunity to engage in a town hall-style meeting with Ohio governor and former presidential candidate John Kasich on Nov. 12. Students from CC and U.S. Air Force Academy accompanied Kasich on […]

Blue Wave Sweeps Colorado

In a massive political shift, the Democratic Party took control of the House of Representatives in the 2018 midterm elections, thus ending the one-party rule in Washington. In this pivotal election, Colorado also shifted blue, […]

No Conclusions in Case of Dead Journalist

A dead journalist, multiple arrests, and ever-increasing tensions between America and its Middle Eastern allies: the mysterious disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has taken the international community by storm. On Oct. 2, Khashoggi entered […]

Kavanaugh is in Court

Amid extensive controversy, Judge Brett Kavanaugh was voted in with a close 50–48 endorsement into a lifetime seat on the Supreme Court on Saturday, Oct. 6. While it was viewed as a democratic process, many […]