Ballot Measure to Fund Colorado Springs Schools

A ballot measure in the upcoming election could increase school funding per student in order to make teacher wages competitive, hire mental health professionals, and maintain aging facilities. Colorado Springs public schools lack sufficient funding […]

Poverty is Moving Out of the City Center

The number of high-poverty neighborhoods in Colorado Springs rose from six to 22 between 2000 and 2015, a study conducted by the U.S. Census and published by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard […]

Conceptions of Service

CC’s Relationship With the Military: Part One of a Three-Part Series Between the five military institutions located in and around Colorado Springs, the city hosts over 35,000 active duty service members, not including approximate 4,000 […]

City Council Endorsement: Richard Skorman

In about a month, as residents of the third district of Colorado Springs, Colorado College students get to vote again. The April 4 municipal election will determine who will be the District 3 City Council […]