B-Side Collective Finds New Home

The B-side of a record tells a different story. While the A-side features the promotional material of the album, the radio play, and the projected…

Netflix Needs to Chill: Sierra Burgess is Not a Loser

While it’s no secret that Netflix has redefined at-home programming with their production of original content, the streaming service has come out with an increasing…

New Campus Activities Director Brings Excitement to Residential Life

Amy Hill, the new Director of Campus Activities and Student Orientation, seems to have a type. After four years as an undergraduate at Sewanee: the…

The Wobbly Olive: Making Luxury Accessible

The Wobbly Olive, a new American restaurant with locations in Old Colorado City and Cinema Point, is the perfect date spot for college students. The…

“Americanah” Depicts Realities of Race, Immigration, and Feminism

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is a Nigerian-born author and well-known feminist. She was featured in Beyonce’s 2013 song “***Flawless,” her talk “The Danger of a Single…

Over Easy: Bringing Back Bacon and Eggs

There’s nothing like the smell of breakfast: the sounds of bacon sizzling on a griddle and black coffee being poured into mugs. Life as college…

BreakOut: CC Students Connect With the Community

Madeline Ng ’21 spent her Saturday directing traffic in a parking lot. And she loved it. Ng is one of the leaders of BreakOut, a…

ON TAP: New School Year, New Alternatives

THE BAR: Imagine an open room with sand scattered around the entrance and a “no shirt, no shoes, no service” sign in front; next to…

Café Croissant Renews Programming at French House

Even without her favorite bread and cheeses, Bordeaux native and new French Cultural Program Coordinator Mathilde Bégu is settling in well. Bégu arrived at Colorado…

In Pursuit of the Kitsch

In a town known for mineral springs and marijuana dispensaries, lines of cars on the winding main road stop to let families cross the street.…

Dormzi: CC Sophomore Designs Task App for College Students

Decorated equestrian champion. CEO of organic farm business Milan Farms and indie music label Guin Records. Freelancer for The Huffington Post. Aspiring author. Colorado College…

Community Engaged Scholars Program Begins Second School Year

Students at Colorado College are often motivated by an overpowering desire to make a difference in the world and pursue various career paths accordingly. However,…

Streetcar520: Our New and Already Notoriously Friendly Neighbors

The doors of Streetcar520 opened to the Colorado Springs community on Aug. 4, located at 52 S Tejon St, a building that was home to…

Worner Live Brings New Energy to NSO Programming

Worner Campus Center transformed from the place where students eat and pick up mail to a building full of back-to-school fun on Saturday night. Worner…

“Eighth Grade”: N.S.F. Eighth Graders

“Eighth Grade,” directed by Bo Burnham, is a startlingly accurate portrayal of today’s youth growing up in the digital age. Arguably the first film of…

ON TAP: Retreat from Baca Retreat

When I receive a syllabus for class, part of me always hopes that it will list a field trip, especially to the Baca Campus. I…

Cracking the Code: Interview with Escape Room Creator

Senior Lucy Houlihan has served as Artistic Director of Colorado College’s Theatre Workshop and a technician for many on-campus productions. She most recently designed an…

Southwest Studies Hosts End of Year Fiesta

On May 8, Gaylord Hall in Worner was full of music and excited chatter as Colorado College students, staff, and faculty came together for the…

Students Line out the Door to Taste the World

Every year, Colorado College students congregate for Taste of the World, an event where international students cook and present dishes from their respective countries. CC’s…

Coquette’s Bistro & Bakery: Comfort Food Made Even More Comfortable

Have you ever felt homesick? Sad? Lonely? In need of a freshly baked cookie, your favorite kind of chocolate, or a bag of Lay’s potato…

David Tennant Is More Than Just Doctor Who

Why is Doctor Who trying to kill the main characters? More importantly, why is he American? These are important questions to be asked when watching…

Why Do You Spend $8 on a C-Store Kombucha?

A reflection on the Forward Food Summit on gentrification This past Saturday, a group of about 20 students and I drove to Denver for the…

Is “Avengers: Infinity War” Marvel’s Best Movie Yet?

If a big purple guy with a spray-painted gold glove and questionable chin doesn’t scare you already, he will now. That’s the promise “Avengers: Infinity…

Llama Brings Big Changes

Llamapalooza, Colorado College’s annual music and arts festival, is returning Block 8 with a freshly released lineup. Jay Som, Webster X and Lex Allen, and…

Tong Tong Korean Barbeque: Food and Family for the Soul

"[In] Korean Culture we share everything," said Seonok Lee, owner of Tong Tong, a Korean barbecue restaurant on Academy Boulevard. Photo…

A Place to GROW

Sacred Grounds at Colorado College at 8 p.m. on a Monday night is quiet. A group of 15 students gather in a haphazard circle, spread…

“Within and Without Us”: A Senior Thesis by Collin Kluchman

As an English major on the film track, senior Collin Kluchman created a three-panel video installation featuring dance choreography, microscope photography, and found footage from…

Rainbow Kitten Surprise: “Friend, Love, Freefall” Tour Brings Surprising Success

Hearing the name “Rainbow Kitten Surprise” leads to much confusion over what exactly that is: a new type of drug? A children’s television show? The…