ON TAP: Billiards and Holiday Brews

By SETHWILSON GRAY Phantom Canyon Brewing Company is home to a restaurant, brewery, and my destination, the billiards hall bar. Six pool tables occupy a massive room with a long counter, matching the wooden beams […]

Metal Part III: Assyrian Occult Death Metal

Melechesh is one of the most unique bands I’ve ever come across. Its Assyrian and Armenian founders from Jerusalem were set on creating a Middle Eastern black death metal band with occult themes to regional […]

A First-Year Impression of A Cappella at CC

By ZACHA FOX The Back Row, Colorado College’s only all-male a cappella group, is known throughout the school for their performances during prospective student weekends, orientation, and their bi-annual concerts.  Many current members of the group […]

Arabic Table: Culture and Coffee Cup Fortunes

By ARIELLE GORDON Every Friday afternoon, a cozy room in Cossitt Hall fills with Arabic culture as students, faculty, and community members gather for an hour to enjoy a cup of traditional coffee—“Qahwah”—and pleasant conversation.  […]

Death Metal Part II: The God Within

In the previous article, we looked at how metal protests the dreary existence of the modern day in “The Nihilist,” the first track of “Anareta” by Horrendous. The narrator rejects the mores of a corporate, […]