The Cost of Convenience

As college students with busy lives, the crises confronting our natural environment may feel overwhelming and out of our control. Though not everyone can be highly engaged in environmental activism, we can all take simple […]

Summer Briefs: June 28-July 4

Block B Stats 289 CC students, graduate students, independent student students, visiting undergraduates, and pre-college students are enrolled in Block B courses. Martin Drake power plant continues updates despite Supreme Court’s EPA ruling Colorado Springs […]

Summer Briefs: June 7-13

Colorado College hosts tree climbing competition on Saturday, June 13 The International Society of Arboriculture-Rocky Mountain Chapter has chosen CC as the local for their annual Tree Climbing Championships. 35 contestants will compete in five […]

Global warming breeds a new Cold War

While war is brewing in the North on Game of Thrones, a very real conflict is heating up in the Arctic Circle. The Arctic region’s economic importance has increased in recent years. The Arctic is […]

Weighing the benefits: The case for fracking

These days, energy and its consequences seem to be on everyone’s mind. From climate talks in Lima to the Keystone Pipeline and its subsequent veto, recently governments have found themselves under pressure to balance their […]