A Midterm of Firsts

On Nov. 6, citizens across the United States voted in a monumental midterm election, characterized by countless “firsts” with candidates across the electoral map making history. One such candidate is right here in Colorado; Jared […]

10 Questions with Lo Wall

Lo Wall ’19 can be found throughout the pages of any issue of The Catalyst you pick up. However, she is not only one of our most veteran cartoonists, she also edits for The Cipher, […]

I Am Jewish and I Am Afraid

The deadliest attack against the Jewish community on American soil occurred on Oct. 27. Perhaps it seems like there is a pattern here as we woke up to yet another senseless mass shooting that has […]

CCSGA Weekly: Curriculum Executive Committee

By JOHN CAPERS, CHRIS MAURICE & LAUREL SULLIVAN The Curriculum Executive Committee (CEC) is an all-college committee charged with reviewing the general education curriculum of Colorado College. This committee is composed of faculty, staff, and […]

ON TAP: “Not Just a Pub”

THE BAR: Cluttered with empty bottles on the wall and faux-old tin signs, Alchemy is a bar that might turn people away at first for its rather ordinary atmosphere. Though it claims that it’s not […]

At a Theatre Near You: A Star is (Re)Born

“A Star is Born” was only released this month, but the title may sound familiar to some. There have already been three remakes of the original 1937 film. Actor-turned-director, Bradley Cooper brought the latest rendition […]

Where’s Waldo? Downtown Colorado Springs

On the morning of Oct. 20, the usual flow of trucks and motorcycles chugging through the wide streets of downtown Colorado Springs was replaced by a peculiar sight. Families, seniors, children, and couples strolled down […]