A New Set of Priorities for Colorado College

If you’re looking for continuity in your college experience, Colorado College is probably not the right choice. Classes, schedules, and even the weather all change at a sometimes dizzying pace. But in my first two […]

Spring, Chacos, and Privilege

As someone who went to a high school with a culture that was not at all interested in the outdoors, it always excited me to arrive at camp every summer and bond with my friends […]

Outdoor Running Culture: Exploring New Paths

I consider myself a runner, but I haven’t always viewed myself this way. Prior to coming to Colorado College, I ran occasionally but unhappily; I’d push myself too hard through three miles, feel horrible afterwards, […]

Spesso Espresso: An Invite to Italian Culture

By ARIELLE GORDON Every third Monday afternoon, the Elbert Italian House comes to life with the sounds of cheerful greetings and the scent of espresso brewing. The cause of excitement is the Italian Department’s blockly […]

10 Questions with Professor Aimee Hosemann

Linguistic anthropologist and ethnomusicologist Aimee Hosemann joins Colorado College faculty as a Visiting Professor in Anthropology. Having taught at University of Southern Illinois Carbondale, University of Texas at Austin, and Texas State University, Hosemann is […]