Tutt Library Renovation Reaches Halfway Point

Written by Evva Parsons Photos by Aaron Cronin The new library will officially open for students Block 1 of the 2017-18 academic year, having cost approximately $45 million to build. The future Tutt Library brings […]

Hundreds March With Muslim and Immigrant Neighbors

Last Saturday, Feb. 4, the Colorado Springs community mobilized to declare solidarity with Muslim and immigrant neighbors and to oppose President Trump’s proposed border wall. The peaceful march, entitled “Stand with Our Muslim and Immigrant […]

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 […]