The Unnecessarily Partisan Politics of Medicaid

On Jan. 11, the Trump administration announced it would begin allowing states to force Medicaid recipients to work in order to receive the program’s benefits. Since then, 10 states have applied for the federal waivers […]

Campus Groups Cover Political Spectrum

By ZACK GLOSSER Colorado College encourages its students to debate, explore, and think critically about an array of topics both in and out of the classroom. Unsurprisingly, a main point of discussion is politics, whether […]

10 Questions with Professor Christian Sorace

With his doctoral in Comparative Politics and Political Theory, Assistant Professor Christian Sorace is the most recent addition to Colorado College’s Political Science Department. This week, Sorace sat down with The Catalyst to discuss his […]

Ten Questions with Ken Salazar

Since graduating with a political science degree in 1977, Ken Salazar has gone on to serve as Chief Legal Counsel to Colorado Governor Roy Romer, Colo. Attorney General, United States Senator, Secretary of the Interior […]

The problem with Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders is the liberal version of Ron Paul. As the longest-serving Independent in U.S. Congressional history and the only person in Congress who self-identifies as a socialist, Bernie Sanders is perfect for those who […]

CCSGA: Changing practices and practicing change

As the year comes to a close and Block 8 winds down, the Colorado College Student Government Association is preparing for next academic year. This means trying improve the organization as a whole and pivoting […]