Fossil Free CC Receives Backing from CCSGA Resolution

Fossil Free CC, a student group that formed earlier this year, has finally garnered the support of the Colorado College Student Government Association in the form of a resolution to endorse divestment from fossil fuels. […]

Honors Convocation 2018

As the year comes to a close, it’s important to reflect on all that has been accomplished during this time. Honors Convocation, which took place in Shove Chapel on May 8, is an opportunity to […]

A Place to GROW

Sacred Grounds at Colorado College at 8 p.m. on a Monday night is quiet. A group of 15 students gather in a haphazard circle, spread around the room on pillows and cuddling on couches. Most […]

Men’s Lacrosse Dominates Again

The men’s lacrosse team secured their 13th win in a row at home against the Whittier College Poets (5–8) this weekend in a continued show of dominance that has the entire country on notice. Currently […]

The Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • The results of preregistration are now available on Banner. • The popular student production, Relations, runs through the weekend.   C-SPRINGS • A federal court ruled that Doug Lamborn’s signatures were gathered […]

The Challenges of Working on the Block Plan

While the Block Plan offers incredible opportunities for experimental learning and immersion, there are also unintended, non-academic consequences, such as the difficulty of work. Given Colorado College’s unique academic calendar, students and employees alike can […]

SAIL’s Third Successful Year

Sophomore slump? The Butler Center’s SAIL Mentoring Program promises a revitalizing sophomore year of college. The Sophomore Advanced Initiative for Leadership (SAIL) Mentoring Program began in 2015. SAIL was born out of a universal desire […]