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 […]

CC Entertains Idea of Forming E-Sports Team

Posted on 14-11-2017 By

By LOGAN COLEMAN Colorado College is seeking to gauge student interest and opinion in creating electronic sports (e-sports) teams on campus, because the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) is currently looking to create an e-sports […]

10 Questions with Professor Aimee Hosemann

Posted on 27-10-2017 By

Linguistic anthropologist and ethnomusicologist Aimee Hosemann joins Colorado College faculty as a Visiting Professor in Anthropology. Having taught at University of Southern Illinois Carbondale, University of Texas at Austin, and Texas State University, Hosemann is […]

Colorado College Seeks to Hire Provost

Posted on 06-10-2017 By

Last week, the students and faculty were informed of the college’s search for a provost. Many students ask, what exactly is a provost? According to most university or college websites, the provost of an academic […]