10 Questions with Annie Brandstrader

Annie Brandstrader ’19 is always busy with something; she is the current President of Delta Gamma Sorority, Vice President and Communications Officer of Investment Club, and a former Member-at-Large of the Student Finance Committee. However, […]

10 Questions with Jonathan Lee

Jonathan Lee has been a professor in the Philosophy Department at Colorado College for 25 years. His work focuses on ancient Greeks, modern French, Africana, and a variety of other philosophical fields. In addition to […]

10 Questions with Aaron Cohick

Aaron Cohick, in addition to running NewLights Press and having served on the Board of Directors at Mountain Fold Books, is also the chief printer of the Press at Colorado College. Cohick works in a […]

10 Questions with Richard Buxton

Richard Fernando Buxton has been a professor in the Classics Department at Colorado College since 2014. His classes include various topics like the ancient economy and Greek language. In the summer, Buxton travels with students […]

10 Questions with Re Evitt

Regula “Re” Evitt often finds herself living simultaneously in the 14th century and the present. As a Medieval scholar, Evitt specializes in exploring Chaucer, Dante, Marie de France, and their contemporaries’ intersections with gender, class, […]

10 Questions with Helen Thorpe

Helen Thorpe is a celebrated journalist best known for her work as an immersive journalist, spending years reporting a single story. Her book “Just Like Us”, a story about young immigrant students, was named one […]

10 Questions with Mad Wallace

Recently graduated from CC, once-house-party-band Mad Wallace takes on Denver. This week, The Catalyst sits down with 3/4 of the band as they prepare to return to Colorado Springs for their first performance at The […]

10 Questions with Professor Christian Sorace

With his doctoral in Comparative Politics and Political Theory, Assistant Professor Christian Sorace is the most recent addition to Colorado College’s Political Science Department. This week, Sorace sat down with The Catalyst to discuss his […]

10 Questions with Professor Aimee Hosemann

Linguistic anthropologist and ethnomusicologist Aimee Hosemann joins Colorado College faculty as a Visiting Professor in Anthropology. Having taught at University of Southern Illinois Carbondale, University of Texas at Austin, and Texas State University, Hosemann is […]

Ten Questions with Ken Salazar

Since graduating with a political science degree in 1977, Ken Salazar has gone on to serve as Chief Legal Counsel to Colorado Governor Roy Romer, Colo. Attorney General, United States Senator, Secretary of the Interior […]