Bring Back the Peanut Butter

In elementary school, cafeterias were divided by 10-year-old friend groups and allergies. There was always a group of people sitting at a table with a sign on it reading “peanut free,” accompanied by an image […]

Confronting Apathy at CC

How a Radical and Realistic Approach to Our Political Problems Can Help Us Overcome Inaction Sometimes it feels like there’s so much change to demand that it’s hard to keep track. Between discussions of Bon […]

Food Equity: It’s What’s For Lunch

Ten years ago, Colorado College’s meal service was in a state of disaster. Appalled by the horrendous quality of their dining options, students, staff, and faculty rallied to end Sodexo’s contract and called for a […]

Entangled in the Errors of Our Leaders

The wave of sexual assault accusations following the Harvey Weinstein scandal has found its way into politics, with Senate candidate Roy Moore, a Republican from Alabama, and Senator Al Franken, a Democrat from Minnesota, both […]