Job Feature Series: Q&A with Athletic Marketing Intern Gaby Jadotte ’20

By Mary Nussbaumer Welcome to the Job Feature Series, a weekly column highlighting student workers around campus. If you work a little known job on…

Breaking the Silence: Poets Speak About Intimate Partner Violence at Recent Spoken Word Performance

By Heather Rolph “How do you call it trauma when you asked for it?” said local poet Ashley Cornelius during a recent event on campus.…

Story Time With Georgia

By Georgia Grelleir Welcome back to Story Time with Georgia, where I relay weird stories from members of the CC community. Shoot me an email…

Celebrating the Art of the Zine in Downtown Colorado Springs

By Isobel Steenrod and Heather Rolph  Sometimes art can be found in the most unlikely of places. This past Saturday, the Knights of Columbus Hall—part…

Making the Classics Relevant

By Abbey Russell This past Thursday, a group of Colorado College Classics enthusiasts, including myself, went on the first Classics department cultural outing of the…

A Nuanced Supervillain Origin Story: A Movie Review of “Joker”

By Joseph Ha It’s a bit difficult to summarize “Joker” (2019). The plot has so many aspects and twists to cover that a summary could…

Job Feature Series: Q&A with Safe Ride Driver Bailey Burrows ’21

 By Mary Nussbaumer Welcome to the Job Feature Series, a weekly column highlighting student workers around campus.  is week, meet Bailey Burrows ’21, a Safe Ride driver.…

Somewhere to Sit Down and Hang: Meet the CC Board Game Club

 BY ABBEY RUSSELL Colorado College’s Board Game Club is flourishing, and the game night they recently hosted during Family and Friends Weekend was emblematic of their…

Story Time With Georgia

 BY GEORGIA GRELLEIR Welcome back to Story Time with Georgia, where I relay little stories from members of the CC community. If you attempt to purchase Greenland, go…

Nihilo Ex Astra A Review of “Ad Astra”

 BY JOSEPH HA In “Ad Astra,” Brad Pitt plays an astronaut named Roy Mc- Bride, whose famous astronaut father, H. Clifford Mc- Bride (Tommy Lee Jones) goes missing during a…

Music Notes: A Weekly Column by The Sounds of Colorado College

 BY MIMI NORTON MATOS If you find yourself walking through Loomis late at night, searching for the source of muffled music bumping from behind a door,…

Job Feature Series: Q&A With Fine Arts Center Guide Bita Kavoosi

By Mary Nussbaumer Welcome to the Job Feature Series, a weekly column highlighting student workers around campus. This week, meet Bita Kavoosi ’20, a longtime…

Innovation at CC Encourages Creative Collaboration With Latest Programs

By Miriam Brown For Innovation at Colorado College, the week starts off with “Creative Mondays.” From 3–5 p.m., they fill tables with art supplies and…

Things to Do During an On-Campus Block Break

By Anna Gaw Block break: the four-and-a-half days of bliss (or a different kind of chaos) after the busy, condensed craziness of one class and…

A Flawed Punchline’s Nearly Perfect Setup: A Review of “It Chapter Two”

By Joseph Ha And the Oscar for the Most Memorable Cinematic Cameo goes to Stephen King, the creator behind the “It” mythos. Appearing as a…

Field Trips and Trivia Team: An Interview with Geology Paraprofessional Ben Lloyd

By Isobel Steenrod The Colorado College lineup of staff is made up, in part, of students who have only recently graduated. They work in nearly…

Job Feature Series: Q&A With Worner Desk Employee Key Macfarland

Welcome to the Job Feature Series, a weekly column highlighting student workers around campus. This week, meet Key Macfarland '22, one of the friendly faces…

The Poets of SpeakEasy: Reflections on Performing Poetry by Linnie Cole ’21 and Eliza Granger ’20

By Isobel Steenrod SpeakEasy is Colorado College’s student run spoken word poetry group. Poets perform every block, and the group hosts guest poets throughout the…

Story Time With Georgia

By Miriam Brown I know — you’re wondering where Georgia Grellier is. Currently, the queen of story time is out sick, so I’m filling in.…

On-Campus Block Breaks: Perpetuating Inequality, or a Chance to Recharge?

By Emma Paradiso For many students, the block schedule is a main part of the reason they chose to come to Colorado College. On tours…

Traveling by Van Through Colorado: Reflections on a Week Long Field Trip

By Heather Rolph The first thing we see when we step out of the van in the San Luis Valley is a middle aged man…

CC’s Meme Lord: The rising popularity and risks of college meme pages

By Miriam Brown Edgar Santos ’20 can find the humor in almost anything: the Block Plan, college move-in, student loans, sleep deprivation, the weather. You…

CC’s Got Talent: Student Groups Perform at Talent Showcase

By Melanie Barksdale “Do All Jews Beep?” a stand-up routine, started the first act with jokes pertaining to heart problems, pacemakers, college tours, and loss…

Keeping His Hands in The Clay

By Isobel Steenrod Greg Marshall has been the pottery teacher in the Arts & Crafts Studio for 20 years. He runs the ceramics studio in…

Job Feature Series: Q&A With Program Assistant Emily Evans

This is part of a weekly series highlighting different students’ on-campus jobs. This week’s interview is with Emily Evans ’22, who worked as a Program…

Story Time With Georgia

Welcome back to Story Time with Georgia, where I relay little stories from members of the CC community. If you attempt to purchase Greenland, go…

Strange Animals in the Sky: Colorado Springs Labor Day Lift Off

By Heather Rolph At 6:30 a.m. on the first day of September in Colorado Springs, the sun has just risen. Although the temperature will be…

The Perils of Too Much Stuff: self-help tips on clearing out the clutter in our lives

By Heather Rolph The beginning of the school year can be a stressful time for even the most organized of us. We must reconnect with…