Fesshaie, Fillion, & Greenberg: Meet CCSGA’s Newest Vice Presidents

The Colorado College Student Government Association election resulted in Ethan Greenberg elected as Vice President of Student Life, Sam Fesshaie as Vice President of Inclusion,…

CC’s Relationship with the Military: Discussions on Race

Part Three of a Three-Part Series On Thursday, April 20, four scholars with either current or past connections to the United States military gathered at…

Revotes and Technical Glitches Spark Confusion Around CCSGA Election

Colorado College students voted in high numbers in an election plagued by I.T. glitches, vague constitutional bylaws, and overall confusion. The CC student body first…

Passing the Torch: Introducing CCSGA President-elect Dorsa Djalilzadeh

After last block’s CCSGA election, students voted for junior Dorsa Djalilzadeh to be CC’s CCSGA President for the 2017-18 academic year, following the graduation of…

B-Side Collective Announces New Practice Space for Student Musicians

Last Wednesday, the B-Side Collective held an open meeting to discuss their exciting plans for the new B-Side Collective practice space, due to open this…

Colorado House Bill Grants Immunity for Emergency Rescue Break-Ins

A bill introduced this session in Colorado just changed the law regarding what a citizen can do if they see a child or pet locked…

Community Food Engagement Faces Challenges

For 23 years, Colorado College offered the people in Colorado Springs who were experiencing homelessness a free Sunday meal in Sacred Grounds through CC’s Community…

Home is Where the Heart is: Juniors’ Hearts are Off-Campus

A petition protesting the college’s decision to require all juniors to live on-campus garnered 228 signatures in five days. The petition points to the lack…

CC Proposes Smoke-free Campus Policy

When the rule regarding a smoker’s proximity to a school building on the Colorado College campus was first implemented, smokers at CC had to be…

Professor Rashna Singh Set to Retire After Years of Teaching Diverse Classes

Professor Rashna Singh is set to retire at the end of the 2016-2017 academic year. Born and raised in India, Singh obtained her bachelor’s degree…

Battle of the Bands 2017: Final Round

The Sounds of Colorado College will host the final round of Battle of the Bands this Saturday, April 15. Six bands will play against each…

Teaching Faulkner in Oxford, Mississippi

Photos by Nathan Makela On Saturday, a group of 11 Colorado College students, along with Professor Barry Sarchett, travelled to Mississippi to study the renowned…

Tutt Talks Aims to Showcase Student Creativity and Insights

On Wednesday at 4 p.m. in McHugh Commons the first ever “Tutt Talk” took place. This initiative will be an annual event put on by…

START: Student-led Initiative Seeks to Shed Light on Title IX

Last summer, juniors Leah Ciffolillo, Jamie Baum, and senior McKenna Becker came up with the idea to begin the Student Title IX Assistant and Resource…

CC Boasts Gender Diversity in Some, But Not All, Science Departments

In an homage to International Women’s Day on March 8, Elsevier, a major academic publisher, released a study detailing women’s progress in scientific fields over…

Dr. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi Talks Psychology of Creativity

Hungarian psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi visited Colorado College on Monday to deliver a talk entitled “Flow and the Quality of Life.” Csikszentmihalyi is a leading authority…

Richard Skorman Wins District 3 City Council Seat, All Three Ballot Issues Pass

Former Vice Mayor and restaurant owner Richard Skorman is the newest City Council Member for District 3, which encompasses the Colorado College campus. Skorman won…

English Professor John Simons Set to Retire After 46 Years at CC

Written by Mimi Smith At the end of the academic school year, English professor John Simons will complete his 46th and final year of teaching…

Alumnus Jeremy Jepson Offers Advice on Failure, Life After CC

On Monday, Colorado College alumnus, Jeremy Jepson ‘99, returned to CC to offer career advice to current students. Now the Director of Public Affairs and…

Quad Innovation Partnership Unites Leaders of Four Major Universities

In 2014, former Fulbright Research and Venture for America Fellow Jacob Eichengreen announced the creation of the Quad Innovation Partnership (QIP) in collaboration with Colorado…

Collaborative Efforts Create Diverse Curriculum for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

The Student Association for Sexual Safety (SASS), the Wellness Resource Center (WRC), and Maria Mendez, the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) have collaborated for the…

NO! The Rape Documentary Critically Examines the Realities of Sexual Assault Within African American Communities

“The way out is to tell,” said Aishah Shahidah Simmons, on the need to acknowledge and address violence against African American women. Simmons said this…

CC Professor Nathan Bower Set to Retire After 40 Years of Teaching

Nathan Bower, a professor in the Chemistry Department, is retiring this year after 40 years of teaching. During his time at Colorado College, he has…

Student Service: CC’s Relationship With the Military, Part 2/3

Isaac Becker (left) and Otis Hatfield (right) Photo by Lauren Stierman Part Two of a Three-Part Series While Colorado Springs hosts…

CC Professors Talk Critical Karaoke at First Mondays

Steve Hayward and Ryan Banagle talk critical karaoke. Photo by Daniel Sarché On Monday, Colorado College kicked off Block 7, hosting…

Admissions Office Seeks Long-Term Plan to Increase Diversity on Campus

Photo Courtesy of Catalyst Archives The topic of diversity or lack thereof on the Colorado College campus has been a heavily…

Native American Student Union Raises Tipi As a Symbol of Native Importance

NASU Tipi on the Worner Quad. Photo Courtesy of Daniel Sarché The Native American Student Union (NASU) erected a tipi on…

CC Librarians Offer Weekly Poetry for National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month, and to celebrate, students have the option to receive bi-weekly, illustrated poems right to their email inbox. While many librarians…