The Source of Political Change

We’re still waiting for the perfect candidate. In 2016, Bernie Sanders was going to solve income inequality in America. In 2018, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gave us her plan to cut carbon emissions while putting Americans to […]

A Climate Plan for a Beto Future

American political life is still far from normal: just the other day, at a rally in Wisconsin, our president repeated blatant falsehoods about doctors and mothers executing infants; questions abound about the attorney general’s redactions […]

Marijuana Delivery on the Horizon in Colorado

Imagine getting marijuana delivered to your house on Friday night alongside your extra-large, pepperoni pizza.  This scenario could be in the near future with HB19-1234 “Regulated Marijuana Delivery,” Colorado’s currently pending legislation which would legalize […]

Vote to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

It’s undeniable: climate change is real and its effects are causing significant damage  faster than previously anticipated. From shrinking Arctic ice sheets provoking increased absorption of heat by the oceans, to extreme weather events wreaking […]

Weekly Rundown

ON CAMPUS  David Malpass, ’76, took office as the president of the World Bank on April 9. (CC Communications)  The CC climbing team will head to nationals after finishing No. 3 overall at regional championships […]

CC Amid Federal Title IX Changes

By  ETHAN GREENBERG ’20 Student Body President-elect In November 2018, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos released proposed Title IX changes. In the intervening months, there have been over 105,000 public comments submitted as part […]

Diving Into Wellness

A recurring column exploring various statistics related to sexual wellness, mental health, and substance use at Colorado College, brought to you in collaboration with the Wellness Resource Center. 80% Of reported rapes, this is the percentage reported by white […]