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.…

The Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • The annual Spring Dance Workshop continues tonight and tomorrow night. (CC Events) • The second round of Battle of the Bands will…

The WRC Reflects on CC’s First Alcohol-Free Week

The Wellness Resource Center recently asked students to consider how they might benefit from abstaining from alcohol. During Colorado College’s first Alcohol-Free Week, the WRC…

Colorado Newspaper Takes on Hedgefund Owners

This past Sunday, The Denver Post made the front page of The New York Times for revolting against its New York-based hedge fund owner, Alden…

CC Alumnus Speaks on Gun Control in America, or Lack Thereof

The Second Amendment reads, “A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear…

Group Hopes to Help CC Ditch Disposables at Dining Halls

What would it take to get everyone to bring their own mug to Colorado Coffee? How about bringing their own bowl to Benjamin’s? Would the…

Blues and Shoes in Limbo

On Monday night, The Colorado College Student Government Association sent an email to inform the student body that Carnivore Club would not be organizing Blues…

Have We Arrived at the Promised Land?

50th Anniversary of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Assassination On April 4, 2018, Colorado College observed the 50th anniversary of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther…

Black Student Union Petition Fights Complacency on Campus

Black students at Colorado College are calling for action on the part of the school administration regarding the hostile, racist email sent to much of…

Incarcerated Writers Series: Millennials vs. Generation X

By CHRIS THE CONSCIENCE After being gone four years, I realized a few things. I have no idea how to use Snapchat or Instagram. What…

Environmental Science Unveils Two New Majors

At the beginning of the block, Colorado College’s environmental science department unveiled two revised tracks within the broader major: environment and society, which replaced environmental…

The Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • “Fun Home” the musical is running at the Fine Arts Center until April 22. Students can attend free. • Colorado College celebrated…

CC Takes the Democratic County Assembly

At 7 a.m. last Saturday, a group of Colorado College students wearing political paraphernalia gathered outside of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. They were…

CC Tuition and Costs Balance Competition and Student Need

As reported last week, Colorado College’s tuition will increase to nearly $55,000 for the 2018¬2019 academic year with a total cost of approximately $71,000. [caption…

Fossil Free CC Builds New Partnerships Across Campus and Community

At the beginning of this semester, the Fossil Free CC campaign was launched by a group of first-years on campus. The goal of this organization…

Justice at Last in the Slocum Scandal

At the end of Block 6, the Colorado College Communications Office sent out an email on behalf of the Colorado College Board of Trustees announcing…

CC Works to Recognize April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Across the nation, April is officially recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. In the wake of the #MeToo movement and the takedown of powerful sexual…

Students Elect New CCSGA Executive Council Members

As we approach the end of the school year in the wake of the racist email that was recently sent to members of the college…

CC Continues to Remain Needs-Met Despite Developing Trend of Annual Tuition Increase

The Colorado College Board of Trustees approved a tuition increase for the 2018–2019 academic year. Tuition will increase from $52,818 to $54,996, raising the comprehensive…

Incarcerated Writers Series: Terrifying Truths

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.…

The Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • Police in Colorado Springs are tracking down the sender of the hateful email sent to campus over Spring Break. Canadian authorities are…

The (In)effectiveness of Substance-Free Housing

Not all students living in dedicated substance-free residential spaces requested to live there. Every year, students are placed in substance-free living communities who did not…

Letters for Support and Change from Sacred Grounds

How does a community begin to respond, heal, and move forward after an attack? On Tuesday night, pencil, paper, and email were the means of…

Heinous Email Sent to Terrorize CC Over Spring Break: 10 Days Later

Ten days after the racist email assailed Dean Mike Edmonds, Dean Rochelle Mason, and the black community, Colorado College has gotten its sea legs and…

Letter from the Editor: Reckoning with The Catalyst’s Racist Past

Last summer, the previous Editor-in-Chief of The Catalyst, Samantha Silverman, and I spent several days organizing and archiving past editions of the paper dating as…

Heinous Email Sent to Terrorize CC Over Spring Break: Community Response to Hate Speech

Colorado College students are like any other group of college students in the world; they flee like rats from a sinking ship as soon as…

Incarcerated Writers Series: What a Mess

By CHRIS THE CONSCIENCE  This series features writing from inmates at the El Paso County Jail. The articles stem from weekly programming facilitated by the…

The Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS •  The Colorado College Student Body elected Zac Schulman for Student Body President, Eyner Roman-Lopez for Student Trustee, Sam Toulmin for Vice President…