Llama Brings Big Changes

Llamapalooza, Colorado College’s annual music and arts festival, is returning Block 8 with a freshly released lineup. Jay Som, Webster X and Lex Allen, and Crumb will be playing the event, with student bands Promiscuous […]

Music Scene Explodes with New Content

Kali Uchis’ Upbeat Debut With her debut album “Isolation,” Kali Uchis places herself at the forefront of pop rhythm and blues. With a stunning voice and wide array of lyrical material, this new album is […]

The FAC Brings Prom to Campus

Prepare to dance the night away on Saturday night in the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College. The FAC hosted its first-ever silent disco in December. Since the event was such a success, […]

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, […]