Blues and Shoes in Limbo

On Monday night, The Colorado College Student Government Association sent an email to inform the student body that Carnivore Club would not be organizing Blues and Shoes this coming fall. The Carnivore Club has handled […]

The Weeknd Returns With Fresh EP, Same Sounds

On March 30, Abel Tesfaye (The Weeknd) released “My Dear Melancholy,” a six-track EP with aggressively yearning lyrics and reverb-heavy vocals. It’s another Weeknd project thoroughly based on the women in his life. Although there […]

10 Questions with Pranit Garg

Pranit Garg ’19 is an International Political Economy major from Kathmandu, Nepal. On campus, Garg is heavily involved, serving as a co-chair of the Refugee Alliance, a co-chair of Students for Awareness of South Asia, […]

The DJs of the Loomis Lounge

The Sounds of Colorado College, fondly referred to as the SoCC, is probably best known for their involvement with Battle of the Bands, the annual spring event in which student bands battle it out for […]

10 Questions with the Band FROG

One of the many popular on-campus bands, FROG is comprised of Jason Edelstein ’18, Miles Lamar Lowe ’18, Benjamin Thomas ’21, Harrison Selle ’19, Charles Meyer ’19, and Nico Calabria ’18. FROG recently opened Speakeasy’s […]

10 Questions with Jonathan Lee

Jonathan Lee has been a professor in the Philosophy Department at Colorado College for 25 years. His work focuses on ancient Greeks, modern French, Africana, and a variety of other philosophical fields. In addition to […]

A First-Year Impression of A Cappella at CC

By ZACHA FOX The Back Row, Colorado College’s only all-male a cappella group, is known throughout the school for their performances during prospective student weekends, orientation, and their bi-annual concerts.  Many current members of the group […]