Some Colorado College Students Could be Homeless This Summer

From left to right: Melissa Tang and Cassandra Franchescheli. Photo courtesy of Cassandra Francheschelli. When sophomore Cassandra Franceschelli arrived at Colorado…

The Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • The college celebrated the accomplishments of students in all classes during Honors Convocation this week   C-SPRINGS • Two Colorado Springs homebuilders…

Frisbee Team Leads Push for Recognition and Funding of Club Sports

Last week, Colorado College’s women’s ultimate frisbee team, Strata, with support and shared grievances from the rest of the club sports community, sent a letter…

Career Paths and Powder Turns: The Journey to Turn Passion Into a Business

One of the Colorado College Career Center’s many assets is their ability to bring in professionals from all different fields to speak on campus and…

Discussion Links Recidivism to Adverse Childhood Experiences

On May 2, the Prison Project hosted Adrienne Russman to present “Perspectives on Colorado Prisons,” a discussion on prison reform, the growing research on public…

Participate in CC’s Annual Move-Out Initiative: Give/Leave

As the end of the school year nears, the anxiety of fourth week is only compounded with packing up all your possessions and figuring out…

Fossil Free CC Receives Backing from CCSGA Resolution

Fossil Free CC, a student group that formed earlier this year, has finally garnered the support of the Colorado College Student Government Association in the…

Honors Convocation 2018

As the year comes to a close, it’s important to reflect on all that has been accomplished during this time. Honors Convocation, which took place…

The People Behind the Finale: Four Years of Work, One Finale

“Addressing race issues at CC has been like talking to a white wall for the last four years”—Trevon Newmann, Jaiel Mitchell, and Ellen Wen.   By…

The Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • The results of preregistration are now available on Banner. • The popular student production, Relations, runs through the weekend.   C-SPRINGS •…

Journalism Ain’t Dead

On April 25, over 100 student-run publications across the country came together to show the importance of remaining viable and independent from their universities. As…

The Challenges of Working on the Block Plan

While the Block Plan offers incredible opportunities for experimental learning and immersion, there are also unintended, non-academic consequences, such as the difficulty of work. Given…

CC’s Collegium Musicum Plays “Love’s Longings and Laments” Spring Concert

Musical groups abound at Colorado College, but not everyone has heard of the College’s Collegium Musicum. The Collegium Musicum is a medieval music group directed…

Revival of Political Studies Journal on Campus Accompanied by Interdisciplinary Aspirations

Res Publica, Colorado College’s journal of political studies, is the newest student-run publication on campus. Founded by Lizzy Vian ‘19 and Kathryn Kenny ‘20, the…

SAIL’s Third Successful Year

Sophomore slump? The Butler Center’s SAIL Mentoring Program promises a revitalizing sophomore year of college. Photo by Daniel Sarché The Sophomore…

(Now) “Emotionally Charged” Dance Workshop Community, Again, Questions Inclusion

By ANKITA SHARMA “We want to be heard for once.”—People of Color Behind every “emotionally charged dancer in motion” recently made visible in the biannual Dance…

Letter From the Editors

In response to last week’s “Emotionally Charged Dance Workshop Questions Inclusion” Last week, The Catalyst published an article titled “Emotionally Charged Dance Workshop Questions Inclusion.”…

Campus Safety Runs a 5K in Memory of Kevin Morgan

Every Tuesday at 5:15 p.m., runners gather outside of Jack Quinn’s Pub to run a 5-kilometer race through Colorado Springs. On May 1, a new…

Reckoning With the Role of Fraternities after Social Bans

It was a glorious moment of debauchery: a foosball table hurled off of a porch, dozens of feet off of the ground. The lines of…

Incarcerated Writers Series: Revolving Door

By CHRIS THE CONSCIENCE I’ve come to notice that the revolving door which leads back to jail is pretty serious. There are plenty of factors…

The Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • The West In Time requirement was ended last week. (Butler Center)   C-SPRINGS • The Supreme Court ruled that Congressman Doug Lamborn…

The Career Center Organizes CC’s Fourth Tiger Trek to NYC

Traveling to New York City is an incredible opportunity many students would readily seize. During seventh Block Break, 24 Colorado College students were able to…

Colorado State Assemblies Bring Drama and Excitement

On April 13, first-year Elena Martinez-Vivot pulled up to a cozy house in a Denver suburb. With six other Colorado College students, she gathered around…

Kicks for CASA

On April 28, Kappa Alpha Theta—one of Colorado College’s three sororities—is hosting their annual event, Kicks for CASA: a campus-wide kickball tournament to support Theta’s…

It’s Electric!

Colorado College is pushing towards their goal of a carbon neutral campus with the planned installation of two more electric car charging ports. Currently, there…

Emotionally Charged Dance Workshop Questions Inclusion

Colorado College families and students squirmed in rows of seats as the lights dimmed in Armstrong Hall. Hushed whispers of excitement—sporadically broken by a loud…

Faculty Meeting Concludes with 81-12 Vote to Eliminate the West In Time

This past fourth week, Colorado College faculty voted to alter the college curriculum by removing the West in Time all-college requirement. The vote was a…

Incarcerated Writers Series: Eyes Wide Shut

This series features writing from inmates at the El Paso County Jail. The articles stem from weekly programming facilitated by the Colorado College Prison Project.…