I Spy with my Little Eye a Renovated Tutt Library

Posted on 20-09-2013 By

Looks can be deceiving. Although it may appear the same from the outside, Tutt Library has undergone several subtle renovations in the last few months, helping to improve the aging academic building. “We have a […]

The Transition From Tutt to… What?

Posted on 08-05-2016 By

Written by Riley Hutchings For the last year and a half, members of Team Tutt have been brainstorming ways to facilitate a seamless transition from the current library to the temporary study and library facilities […]

Renovations to Library Focus on Sustainability

Posted on 27-01-2016 By

As plans for the new library continue, Colorado College Office of Sustainability and other invested parties continue to campaign for a carbon neutral plan. Ian Johnson, Campus Sustainability Manager, and Mark Ferguson, Colorado College Energy […]

Tunnel vision: rethinking artwork under library

Posted on 14-09-2012 By

Last spring, an open invitation from campus administrators encouraged students to freely decorate the tunnel underneath Tutt Library; however, it quickly became an array of slanderous chaos. This resulted in a suspension of the project […]

It’s Electric!

Posted on 30-04-2018 By

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 is a single-unit ChargePoint located in south campus near the […]

Conversations on Privilege > “Frankenstein”

Posted on 10-04-2018 By

Last week in First-Year Experience mentor training, we learned that the first-year common read would be “Frankenstein,” the 1818 English novel by Mary Shelley. I am the Comparative Literature department mentor; if there were to […]