Colorado Newspaper Takes on Hedgefund Owners

This past Sunday, The Denver Post made the front page of The New York Times for revolting against its New York-based hedge fund owner, Alden Global Capital. As reported by the Colorado College Political Science […]

The Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • “Fun Home” the musical is running at the Fine Arts Center until April 22. Students can attend free. • Colorado College celebrated Martin Luther King Day with artistic tributes and a panel […]

The Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • Colorado College will not view disciplinary action against high school students who participate in peaceful protest in a negative light. It is one of several schools to do so following mass student […]

The Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS • Isabel Atkin ’21 became Britain’s first Olympic medal-winning skier with a bronze medal in the freestyle event. (NBC) • Class registration timelines have changed—registration will now occur by semester. (CC)   C-SPRINGS […]

Friends and Faces of the Barr Trail: Bailey Eppard

As the cold winter winds traverse the western ridge of the Rocky Mountains and tumble down the Peak, Barr Trail becomes more chilling to the bone. When the trail becomes icy and unforgiving, Barr Camp […]

When in Colorado, Prepare for the Wild

NPR recently published an article written by Brian Mann, titled “More Americans Head into the Wild Unprepared for…the Wild.”  Mann argues that with the increase in access to and popularity of being in the outdoors, […]

Ten Questions with Ken Salazar

Since graduating with a political science degree in 1977, Ken Salazar has gone on to serve as Chief Legal Counsel to Colorado Governor Roy Romer, Colo. Attorney General, United States Senator, Secretary of the Interior […]