10 Questions with Matt Edwards

After leaving his role as Residential Life Coordinator of Mathias, Arthur, and Jackson, for three years, Matt Edwards has most recently taken up the position of RLC for the new East Campus development as well […]

Poverty is Moving Out of the City Center

The number of high-poverty neighborhoods in Colorado Springs rose from six to 22 between 2000 and 2015, a study conducted by the U.S. Census and published by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard […]

10 Questions with Sarah Laico

Last Wednesday, 62 trips left the Outdoor Education and Slocum parking lots in cars, vans, and busses to the greater southwest to begin the 2017-18 school year. With her leader hat and bright pink NSO […]

The Pros and Cons of a New You

What I heard time and time again as I headed into my first year of college was that it would be a chance for me to reinvent myself—to become who I want to become. Of […]

10 Questions with Dorsa Djalilzadeh

In the final week of her junior year, Dorsa Djalilzadeh prepares for her coming year as the second female CCSGA president in eight years. A political science and feminist and gender studies double major, Djalilzadeh […]

10 Questions with Theo Merrill

Humor has been part of sophomore Theo Merrill’s education and world ever since he enrolled in a performing arts charter school; however, he didn’t know just what he was getting himself into. But once he […]

10 Questions with Jin Mei McMahon

A paramount member of The Catalyst team since her first week as a first-year, senior Jin Mei McMahon has done everything under the sun over her four years at CC. A double major in creative […]

10 Questions with Cassidy Lam

The Chica Behind the Chocolate: It’s hard to be a full-time student without a small business to run on the side, but sophomore Cassidy Lam handles the task with ease and determination. Hailing from Boulder […]