Why Women’s Wednesday?

“It’s Women’s Wednesday — climbing for female-identifying people only.” “But there’s only two people in the gym: can’t I climb?” “No.” “What if I just use the training room?” “No, that’s part of the gym.” […]

Who’s Supposed to Save the Planet?

By ELIANNA CLAYTON Hansjörg Wyss fell in love with America’s national parks and public lands while working for the Colorado Highway Department as a student in 1958. Though originally from Switzerland, Wyss spent much of […]

Locals’ Tour of Moab

Over second Block Break, it felt like almost everyone was headed down to Moab, Utah to visit Arches National Park. I unfortunately waited until my junior year to go to Moab for the first time, […]

A 14er by Any Other Name

By PI HEUSTED If you were to ask your hiking buddy to choose between two mountains to summit this weekend and one is a 14er but the other isn’t, they’d want to summit the 14er. […]

MountainFilm Revamped

There’s always a way to engage more of the Colorado College community. That’s how Lily Green ’19, director on the MountainFilm planning committee, sees it. “There’s certainly aspects of overlap in every department, but I’m […]