Manitou Incline Reopens Ahead of Schedule

This past Friday at 8 a.m., the City of Manitou Springs hosted a “soft” reopening ceremony for the beloved Manitou Incline. Crowds gathered beneath the towering staircase while city officials cut a ribbon and construction […]

Everything for Everybody: Taste of Jerusalem

Food can be a means of remembering moments in time: a sense of nostalgia. On the other hand, such experiences can also inform us of things with which we aren’t otherwise familiar. Taste of Jerusalem […]

On Tap: Supernova Bar and Arcade

By SETHWILSON GRAY Supernova Bar and Arcade greets guests with a bright blue neon sign visible to anyone walking on Tejon street. Tucked behind Louie’s Pizza, Supernova is reminiscent of playing pinball games at the […]

CC Voters Register Locally, but Turnout Still Low

Fewer Colorado College students vote in general elections than the national liberal arts college average. While there was a 5 percent increase in CC voter turnout from the 2012 to 2016 general elections, there was […]