Meredith Bush: A Powerful Woman Chiseling Away the Limitations of a Male-Dominated Field

Meredith Bush is a visiting professor in the Colorado College Geology Department as well as a CC alumna. Currently occupying the office of her previous…

Escaping for Entertainment: Theatre Workshop’s Latest Showing

You walk into Taylor Theatre. Before you’ve taken more than four steps, a boy claiming to have lost his baseball runs to you and your…

A Penny for Your Time: Manitou’s Penny Arcade

Manitou Springs may appear to the outside observer as a low-income, grass-happy town lined with eclectic shacks and bizarre concrete art. However, at the heart…

Hop-Ed: Red Leg Brewing Company

Red Leg Brewing Company Founded by veterans, Red Leg Brewing opened with the intention of helping army veterans transition back into home life after their…

‘DanSix: Mobilities’ Performance Features Faculty Choreographers and Student Dancers

Written by Elise Glaser As three different drums begin to beat in Diola style, eight students follow their choreographer Dallo Yayefall onto stage while clapping traditional…

A Taste of Italy with Sara Venturelli

Sara Venturelli is the welcoming face of Elbert, the Italian House, one of the six language immersion houses here at Colorado College. For students interested…

Hop-Ed: Gold Camp Brewing Company

Gold Camp Brewing Company This week features Gold Camp Brewing Company, who celebrated their two-year anniversary this past January. The brewers from Gold Camp were…

The Last Laugh: Annika Kastetter Reflects on Her Comedy Experience

In the past four years, Annika Kastetter has left a profound mark on this campus through her community involvement. While many know her as student…

Yun Park: 14 Years of Welcoming Students into Rastall Café

Maybe best recognized by her elaborate holiday costumes and accessories, or by the delicate peacock feather she holds over the swipe box sitting outside Rastall,…

Breaking the Stigma: National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

"I created the Thank You Body project because I really believe that CC has beautiful body diversity that isn’t appreciated often enough. As someone who…

Coburn Gallery Exhibits CC Alumni Artwork

Written by Elise Glaser If you have any interest in viewing a cross-stitch cock fight, replacing something in your pocket with a seed ball, or…

Hop-Ed: Great Storm Brewing

A weekly review of local beers for Colorado College students by Colorado College students With the idea for the brewery starting in 2010 by a…

How Bill the Soldier Became the Bill You Know

From Vietnam to the Ins and Outs of the Mailroom Bill Gilchrist, a resident worker of the Colorado College mailroom, was born and raised in…

Fine Arts Center Highlights Colorado Artists in New Exhibits

The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, more commonly known as the FAC, is so close that it could almost be considered a part of Colorado…

Colorado Springs: A Spectrum Of Red And Blue

Since the start of 2017, civil unrest in the U.S. has grown and intensified to what seems to be a boiling point. Protesters around the…

Broomball: More Than Meets the Ice

Written by Elise Glaser If you ask the general population for their consensus on running on ice, the majority will tell you “don’t do it.”…

Cornerstone Wall Murals: “The Man Behind the Chalk”

Built in 2008 and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified, Cornerstone Arts Center is one of the newer and more modern buildings at…

“After Before”: The Remnants of Instant Gratification

Written by Molly Dunn It’s something many of us experience every day: the crinkle of opening a granola bar, the pop of a fresh Yerba…

SOCC n’ Roll: CC Artists Showcase Talents

Music is a huge part of campus life for many students; there are many CC events that center around music of some sort. The Sounds…

Talking with Lily Green: A Winter Start Memoir

Do you remember your first day of college? Leaving all things familiar while trying not to fear moving to a new state or country, making…

Hop-Ed: Local Relic

Intro: A weekly review of local beers for CC students by CC students. Brought to you in association with the Homebrew Education Club of Colorado…

Worth the Wait? What it Takes to Enroll in an Art Adjunct

It used to be that every fourth Monday students would wake up before sunrise, at the early hour of 5 a.m., to make it to…

Hop-Ed: Storybook Brewing Company

Storybook Brewing Company • Storybook Brewing Company opened its doors just over two years ago. Storybook’s founder is an experienced home-brewer who dreamt of opening…

Throwing It Down With Greg Marshall

Greg Marshall is a familiar face in the Arts & Crafts Department. As the clay instructor at Colorado College for 17 years, Marshall is a…

1,600 CC Students Dance the Night Away at Winter Ball 2016

Winter Ball, Colorado College’s most formal occasion, has traditionally been one of the school’s most popular organized events. Taking place towards the beginning of Block…

Cornerstone Arts Week 2017: “It is Me, For a Moment?”

Amidst a political era that seems to find the fine arts dispensable, the Cornerstone Arts Initiative has transformed Cornerstone into a creative Xanadu. For their…

Robert Lee Knight: the Business Behind Sunday Night Bowling

Robert Lee Knight, the manager of Peak Bowling Center, the ‘highest rated bowling alley in Colorado Springs' is a 55-year-old native Coloradan. "I never asked…

CC You Later: Post-Graduation Plans, Stress, and Anxiety

As Block 5 kicks into gear, many seniors on campus have started, or continued, to question what life will be like after Colorado College. The…