Why You Should Be Watching Queer Eye

The days of blazing summer are mostly behind us, with them passes a season full of pop culture. These past few months contained multitudes, from the high highs of “Everything is Love” by Beyoncé and […]

A New Set of Priorities for Colorado College

If you’re looking for continuity in your college experience, Colorado College is probably not the right choice. Classes, schedules, and even the weather all change at a sometimes dizzying pace. But in my first two […]

The Benefits of a Ninth Block

“As eighth block comes to a close, I cannot help but think of The Ninth Block,” said sophomore Mary Kate Maloney, as she walked past Stewart Field, watching the sun set. Many may wonder, “Block […]

What’s Wrong, Mr. West?

As long as we’ve known Kanye West, he’s been a wild card. From telling the world that “President Bush doesn’t care about black people” on live television to interrupting Taylor Swift at the Grammy’s, the […]

Better Late Than Never: Eliminating West In Time

Last week, the Colorado College faculty voted to eliminate the West In Time from CC’s critical perspectives requirements following student outcry. Then, President Jill Tiefenthaler commissioned an external review of racism on Colorado College’s campus. […]

Hope in the Middle East

Recent chemical attacks and missile strikes thrust the now seven-year-long Syrian Civil War back onto the front pages and into the opinion columns of American newspapers for a couple of days last week. It was […]

Drop out of School? Great Idea!

Seniors—this is your last block. Juniors—you are almost seniors. Sophomores—soon, you will be out of your “sophomore slump!” First-years—you’ve almost completed your first year of college. It is an exciting time for everyone, it seems. […]