Native American Student Union Hosts Powwow

On Saturday afternoon, excited chatter and the sounds of song and dance filled Reid Arena. Food was served, and attendees mingled to share their thoughts.…

“Mental”: A Play of Mental Health Stories as Lived by CC Students

“Vulnerability is one of the most important things that we as humans have to interact. And it’s the most underrated.” These are the words of…

Reinventing Prom for the Queer Community

Last Saturday, Colorado College’s Queer Community Coalition hosted their annual Queer Prom, which “aims to create a space for people who were not able to…

Trinity Brewing: Taking Variety Beyond Beer

In most liquor stores, the beer and cider sections are stacked with label art of various styles and techniques. It feels impossible to identify two…

The Weeknd Returns With Fresh EP, Same Sounds

On March 30, Abel Tesfaye (The Weeknd) released “My Dear Melancholy,” a six-track EP with aggressively yearning lyrics and reverb-heavy vocals. It’s another Weeknd project…

Spielberg Brings ‘Ready Player One’ to the Big Screen

“Ready Player One” brings up interesting questions, and for most of the movie, it doesn’t seem to be a question it really wants to answer.…

FAC Brings Haitian Art to Colorado Springs

The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center is connecting visitors to Haiti through one of their newer exhibits, the “Art of Haiti: Loas, History, and Memory.”…

First Monday Speaker Gregg Deal: “The Hard Work Comes with the Commitment”

Block 7 began with First Mondays Event Series speaker Gregg Deal, a Native American painter, muralist, and performance artist whose work “squarely addresses racist language,”…

Encouraging Conversation At The Wild Goose Meeting House

Old garage doors form the walls of The Wild Goose Meeting House-a coffee shop, bar, and restaurant on 401 N. Tejon St. that is less…

Facilitating Honest Dialogue at Gregg Deal’s Film Screening

Furthering the dialogue that began on first Monday with his presentation “Indigenous Identity and Existence: Fighting Erasure and Racism,” Gregg Deal screened his short film…

2018 Unofficial On-Campus Housing Guide: By Students, For Students

Welcome. When looking for housing options, the CC website left much to be desired. It gave a description of each house on campus but no…

Moxie: Bringing the Life and Color Back Into Veganism

In a generation of veganism, vegetarianism, dairy-free and gluten-free everything, food can start to get a little strange. From the classic veggie burger patty and…

CC Students Celebrate Chinese New Year

Colorado College and Air Force Academy students traded roosters for dogs in the biggest Chinese celebration of the year—the Chinese Lunar New Year. [caption id="attachment_16148"…

“Game Night” Brings Fun to a Trite Plotline

“Game Night” is probably the best comedy of 2018 so far. It features Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams as an uber-competitive couple whose lives are…

ON TAP: Pub Vibes of Ireland

The Pub Half a country and an ocean away from the public houses of Ireland, Jack Quinn’s is an establishment constructed as an ode to…

Confronting Eating Disorders on Campus

Thirty-five percent of students who diet progress to pathological dieting. Of those, 20–25 percent progress to partial- or full-syndrome eating disorders. This was the impetus…

Fine Art and Fine Dining

Living inside the Colorado College bubble is easy and can become a rather monotonous day-to-day dining experience. If you are looking for a way to…

Sushi Ring: a Sweet Surprise Sitting Amongst The Rocky Mountains

Although far from any significant body of salt water, even the rolling hills and high altitude of Colorado Springs can't stop sushi imports. Despite the…

Brian Quijada Takes on the Springs

Last Saturday afternoon, I took the bus across town to the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. I headed to the newly built Ent center, a…

Should You Watch ‘Annihilation’?

By JORDAN BERMAN “Annihilation” is an adaptation of a book with the same name. If the words “sci-fi” and “horror” together innately excite you, go…

A Warm, Soft Space to Rest, and a Vessel for Our Deepest Selves

It’s coming to the time of the year when seniors across all majors are buckling down to finish their theses and graduate. For some, this…

Innovation at CC Celebrates New Location with Winter Launch Party

Innovation at Colorado College reopened in a new location on campus at the beginning of the school year. Last Thursday, they held a Launch Party…

Rail Jam: Sliding into 6th Block

This past Friday night, Colorado College skiers and snowboarders competed in CC’s annual Rail Jam. The Freerider’s Union of Colorado College (FUCC), a coalition of…

ON TAP: An Odyssey through Cultural Mixology

Inside the entrance to Odyssey Gastropub, table lamps hang upside down on the ceiling. They illuminate the rough brick walls, where artwork is placed around…

Duck and Dodge: GlobeMed Holds Annual Tournament

Last Friday, the Colorado College GlobeMed club held its Annual Dodgeball Tournament. More than six teams competed, and “Team Dogeballers,” consisting of seniors Jake Battock,…

Venture Down the Rabbit Hole

A red glow illuminates a section of the sidewalk on Tejon Street. The lit letters read "The Rabbit Hole" and appear on what first resembles…

ON TAP: A Prohibition Public House

Next time you travel downtown, look for Brooklyn’s on Boulder St., one of the few haberdasheries listed in this town. Underneath silk ties hanging from…

Adam’s Mountain Café: A Home Away From Home

Wooden tables that sit underneath matching ceiling frames on a freshly waxed wooden floor, surrounded by scenic paintings by Rocky, a local Manitou Springs artist…