A New Set of Priorities for Colorado College

If you’re looking for continuity in your college experience, Colorado College is probably not the right choice. Classes, schedules, and even the weather all change at a sometimes dizzying pace. But in my first two […]

The Benefits of a Ninth Block

“As eighth block comes to a close, I cannot help but think of The Ninth Block,” said sophomore Mary Kate Maloney, as she walked past Stewart Field, watching the sun set. Many may wonder, “Block […]

The Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • The college celebrated the accomplishments of students in all classes during Honors Convocation this week   C-SPRINGS • Two Colorado Springs homebuilders rank among the nation’s top 100 according to Builder magazine. […]

Ending the Waiting Game Around Housing

Following the articles I wrote about limited food options on campus, a student’s inability to retrieve ice from Benjamin’s, my dislike of our school’s logo, and a few others, I received emails in response to […]

10 Questions with Zac Schulman

At the end of last block, Zac Schulman ’19 was elected as the new Colorado College Student Government Association president. Schulman is a neuroscience major with minors in molecular biology and biochemistry. He is also […]

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 involved as well, currently attempting to obtain a search warrant […]

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 of Finance, and Cameron Mongover for Vice-President of Inclusion (CC) […]

How “Broke” Are You Really?

How our campus equates financial modesty to poverty You’ll hear it in regard to almost all facets of campus life, from discussions of meal plan money, comments made in Weber Liquor, at the Arc, or […]