Springs Celebrates Inaugural Indigenous Peoples’ Day

This past Tuesday marked the first officially recognized Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Colorado Springs. The proclamation, issued by Colorado Springs City Council president Richard Skorman ‘75, was supported and pushed through by the Abolish Columbus […]

Colorado College Seeks to Hire Provost

Last week, the students and faculty were informed of the college’s search for a provost. Many students ask, what exactly is a provost? According to most university or college websites, the provost of an academic […]

Battle of the Bands 2017: Final Round

The Sounds of Colorado College will host the final round of Battle of the Bands this Saturday, April 15. Six bands will play against each other in an attempt to secure one of two coveted […]

The Reality of the “Sophomore Slump”

For sophomores, the safety net of first year is a distant memory. Instead, expectations to declare a major weigh heavily upon them. At Colorado College, sophomores receive weekly emails about conquering the “sophomore slump”. Search […]