The Controversy of Martin Drake

Catalyst Audio | Audio-documentary | Released Feb. 22, 2019 Uncertainty hangs in the air above downtown Colorado Springs. Cheap coal burned by the Martin Drake Power Plant has kept local electricity rates well below the […]

Animal Agriculture and Climate Change

By KYLE ZINKULA When discussing global warming and climate change, people tend to identify fossil fuel burning and electricity use as the leading causes. While such assumptions are correct, the effect of animal agriculture is […]

Incarcerated Writers Series: Untitled

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 Prison Project. Through contact between the CC community and Colorado […]

Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS •  “Armstrong Quad” will now be called “Tava Quad” in response to a request from the Indigenous and Native Peoples of CC. It is the name used by the Tabegauche Band of the […]

Catalyzing Climate Action Abroad

From Dec. 3–14 2018, approximately 30,000 individuals from across the globe flocked to Katowice, Poland, for the United Nations Convention of the Parties, COP 24. Nine Colorado College student researchers, including myself, professors Mark Smith […]