Sociology and the Environment Intersect at the First Environmental Action Summit

Extending environmentalism past the "CC Bubble." There is a direct correlation between our environment and society, and the implications between these two subjects are massive.…

Incarcerated Writers Series: Instances When Technology Has Been Good, Bad, or Both

This series features writing from inmates at the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center. The articles stem from weekly programming facilitated by the Colorado College…

Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • Rishi Ling ’18 received the highly competitive Princeton in Asia Fellowship to teach English at the University of Macau. (CC News) •…

Exploring Our Duties and Bad Samaritan Laws

By KERRY YANG In the time of the #MeToo era, discussion regarding the prevention of sexual crimes is extremely important, especially on college campuses. Dr.…

New Greek Leaders Discuss Path Forward

As Greek organizations at colleges around the country face mounting scrutiny, Colorado College’s fraternity and sorority leadership aims to set a bold example of what…

Chella Man: A Highlight of CC’s Design Week

“Chella Man: 20-year-old, deaf, trans, jewish, artist/activist,” read the opening slide to a Design Week presentation on Tuesday night. Man, an Instagram celebrity and current…

CCSGA Weekly – Not Just a Graduation Checklist: Maintaining Interdisciplinary Perspectives Within the Block

By  NAN ELPERS ’20 Vice President of Internal Affairs Two dozen students gathered in McHugh Commons on Feb. 25, marking the first of a series…

The Ties Between Racial Injustice and Environmental Ethics

As part of the Colorado College English Department’s Visiting Writer Series, James S. Finley, assistant professor of English at Texas A&M University at San Antonio,…

Diving Into Wellness

A recurring column exploring various statistics related to sexual wellness, mental health, and substance use at Colorado College, brought to you in collaboration with the Wellness Resource Center. 19%…

The Complexity of Trash and the Importance of Proper Separation

By ISABELLA LAWRENCE The visibility of waste is actively removed from day-to-day life. Trash is a word used across various contexts that implies an undesirable…

Colorado Lawmakers and Citizens Push for Protective Immigration Policy

In the wake of actions by the Donald Trump administration, immigration policy is sweeping headlines across the country.Many citizens are pushing for stronger protection for…

Tava Quad: Honoring the Indigenous Peoples of This Land

By GABY JADOTTE The quad surrounded by Cascade Avenue, Armstrong Hall, Tutt Library, South Hall, and Shove Chapel, is a place where Colorado College students…

Crossword Answers: Puzzle Peaks

Here is the answer key for the crossword titled "Puzzle Peaks" from The Catalyst, 2/28:  

Crossword Answers: Block Talk

Here is the answer key for the crossword titled "Block Talk" from The Catalyst, 2/21:  

Incarcerated Writers Series: Untitled

This series features writing from inmates at the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center. The articles stem from weekly programming facilitated by the Colorado College…

The Four Criteria for Creating Change

In an increasingly chaotic political climate, journalist and activist Shaun King visited Colorado College to inspire the student body and delineate the criteria for creating…

Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS •  "Armstrong Quad" will now be called “Tava Quad” in response to a request from the Indigenous and Native Peoples of CC. It…

Announcing the Second Year of CC Documentary Exploration Grants

The Colorado College Documentary Exploration Grants Program has opened its applications for this year.  This academic year is only the second time  that these grants…

Apple’s Denise Young Smith Discusses #MeToo in the Workplace

By BAILEY BURROWS For over two decades, Denise Young Smith was the vice president of Diversity and Inclusion at Apple. Even though she left the…

CCSGA Weekly – Colorado Springs Gazette: Battle of the Bike Lanes

By LILY WEISSGOLD '20 Vice President of Outreach On February 25, at 6 p.m. in the Pikes Peak Center, over 300 people packed into a room…

The Student Body’s Role in Making CC Carbon Neutral

By GABI JADOTTE “Where did you go for block break?” This is an all too familiar question heard across campus during the first few days…

Campus Safety to Host EmpowerCon in Preparation for Spring Break

By KERRY WANG In an effort to spread awareness about safety before spring break, Colorado College Campus Safety will be hosting EmpowerCon during third week…

Climate Refugees Film Screening Generates Debate

By ELIZA GUION How can we address climate change and its impacts in ways that are accountable to systems of global power? This seemed to…

The Role of Liberal Arts in the Design Field: 3rd Annual Design Week

Colorado College’s annual Design Week begins Monday, March 4, and marks the third year of recognition in celebrating the importance of liberal arts in the…

Re-Evaluating the General Education Requirements: Sustainability and the Future

By PAIGE SHETTY As Colorado College’s Curriculum Executive Committee approaches the deadline for creating a new format for CC’s general education requirements, a group of…

Incarcerated Writers Series: Occupy the Mind

This series features writing from inmates at the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center. The articles stem from weekly programming facilitated by the Colorado College…

Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS •  In response to the government shutdown, the Care and Share Food Drive sent in 547 pounds of food last Friday. (Care and…

Momentix Gains Momentum

Momentix wins first prize in 7th annual Big Idea competition. By ANUSHA KHANAL On Feb. 7, Innovation at Colorado College hosted the 7th annual Big…