Incarcerated Writers Series: Appreciate Uniqueness

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 •   Colorado College alum Jeremy Brooks ’18 died in a plane crash in Russia at 22 years old. He was on his…

The Week of Greek

In annual festivities, the fraternities and sororities of Colorado College competed in a week-long competition called “Greek Week.” The past week centered around Panhellenic and…

On-Campus Housing “Crisis” Not Actually a Crisis

By 2:30 p.m. on the first day of the housing lottery, there were no spots left on the housing selection website, leaving one and a…

Collaboration in the Community: This Year’s Quad Partnership Showcase

Colorado Springs is home to several esteemed educational institution that tend tokeep to themselves. Rarely do you see the students of Colorado College, Pikes Peak…

CCSGA Weekly: Mad About Housing? CCSGA’s Take on Housing

By DEKSYOS DAMTEW '22 FIRST-YEAR REPRESENTATIVE ON THE OUTREACH COMMITTEE Around 3 p.m. on Wednesday, May 1, the final housing slot was taken. Chaos ensued…

This Year’s Fourth Annual Rising Senior Symposium Tackles Resiliency

On May 15 and 16, 30 rising juniors and seniors will tackle resiliency in this year’s fourth annual Rising Senior Symposium, “The Road to #Adulting.” …

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. “Liquor…

Harvard Economics Professor Claudia Goldin on Women’s Quest for Career and Family

By BELLA LAWRENCE Dr. Claudia Goldin is the Henry Lee Professor of Economics at Harvard University, and previously the president of the American Economic Association…

Quony Cup Unites Students and Raises Money

     On the afternoon of Saturday, May 4, excitement surrounded Colorado College’s Washburn and Stewart fields. Students and alumni, dressed in head-to-toe “flair,” played…

“Relations” Sparks Imperative Conversations

   Ostensibly a student production, “Relations: The Play” serves a far more important purpose than merely providing entertainment for students. It is a critical starting…

Robson Arena Meetings Lack Student Input

Everyone on campus has their own opinion on the construction of the Robson Arena. Depending on who you talk to, the new arena will either…

Incarcerated Writers Series: Actions of a Word

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 • The Colorado College Cutthroats took No. 14 at Rugby Nationals this year. (CC Communications) • Northeastern University’s Ryan Ruck will join the…

Writing as Art: “An Evening with Barry Lopez”

For National Book Award-winning author Barry Lopez, music and writing go hand-in-hand. Although often referred to as an author and journalist, Lopez considers himself more…

Conversations on Mill Street: A neighborhood kept in the shadow of a coal-powered city

By ANDREW HILLENBRAND Martin Drake Power Plant has been in operation for almost a century. It is one of the only coal power plants in…

CCSGA Weekly: All College Committee Appointments

By LILY WEISSGOLD '20 VICE PRESIDENT OF OUTREACH Each year, the Colorado College Student Government Association solicits applications for, and ultimately appoints, the student service…

Getting Real With Roxane Gay

As part of Cornerstone Arts Week, and in an effort to “get real,” Colorado College brought in distinguished author Roxane Gay. Her talk on April…

Marijuana Delivery on the Horizon in Colorado

Imagine getting marijuana delivered to your house on Friday night alongside your extra-large, pepperoni pizza.  This scenario could be in the near future with HB19-1234…

Ongoing Efforts at Colorado College to Address, Prevent, and Discuss Sexual Assault

By BELLA LAWRENCE      Earlier this month, on April 10, Provost Alan Townsend released “Colorado College’s Commitment Statement in Support of the National Academies…

Incarcerated Writers Series: Vampires Leave Bite Marks, I Leave Quotation Marks

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  David Malpass, ’76, took office as the president of the World Bank on April 9. (CC Communications)  The CC climbing team will head…

The Color PYNK: Black Queer “Femme-inism” and Popular Culture

By GABY JADOTTE Colorado College’s Tutt Science building is home to multiple academic departments, state of the art labs, and a large lecture hall typically…

The Role of the Press in a Truth-Hungry Society

During the presidency of Donald Trump, the notoriety of the press in the U.S. has soared. Throughout this tumultuous presidency, the American public has hungrily…

Founder of the #MeToo Movement Inspires Hundreds at UCCS

Last Tuesday, Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement, addressed hundreds of people at theUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs. She shared her personal journey,…

NASU Discontent With Hiring Process for Student Support Specialist

Colorado College’s Native American Student Union announced their disaffiliation from The Butler Center in a press release on Feb. 27, 2019. Though NASU chose to…

CCSGA Weekly: Give Back Before You Leave

By FRAN GARDONICO  CCSGA VP OF STUDENT LIFE Although the school year is coming to a close, it seems like there are more events than…

Grad Fair Helps to Cross the T’s and Dot the I’s

As the year comes to a close, the senior class has begun tying up all their loose ends. In order to ease this process, the…