Scalia and the Fallacy of Constitutional Literalism

Written by Paxton Hyde There has been a good amount of debate concerning the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia after his death in mid-February. Some have rightly refused to perform the usual immortalization […]

CC’s Sustainability Less Promising Than Expected

On March 25, Colorado College students spent their afternoon sorting trash on the quad outside the Worner Center. While sorting trash may not be an enjoyable activity, it revealed important information about CC’s trash output […]

The Witch: Unparalleled, Mystical Terror

Rating: 4.5/5 There aren’t many genuinely creepy witch movies (besides maybe Blair Witch Project, which might make you sick). But 2015 Sundance Directing Award winner Robert Eggers delivers one of the most historically accurate, chilling […]

EnAct Support for the Palmer Land Trust

Written by Abigail Censky “Do you know that Colorado loses 90,000 acres of open lands, scenic views, and working farms and ranches every year?” asked Sierra Melton, sophomore and co-chair of Colorado College’s Students for […]

Kesha Case Gives Hope to Victims

Written by Paula Ukrainets If you follow news in the music world or occasionally check the “trending” sidebar on your Facebook page, you may have read about Kesha’s recent court case loss. Kesha was trying to […]

Transfer Tribulations

Written by Scott Weinberger Most Colorado College transfer students would agree that the decision to pick up and leave their former colleges was a difficult, but undoubtedly advantageous choice. Those in charge of managing us […]