Have We Arrived at the Promised Land?

50th Anniversary of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Assassination On April 4, 2018, Colorado College observed the 50th anniversary of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination at Shove Chapel. The Chapel’s bell rang […]

10 Questions with Chantal Figueroa

Visiting professor Dr. Chantal Figueroa, of globalization in education, aims to have her students understand who they are and why. After moving from Guatemala, Dr. Figueroa received her Ph.D from the University of Minnesota Twin […]

A Limited Response To Last Week’s Email

Almost no Colorado College students are going to speak in favor of the hateful, racist, white supremacist email sent over Spring Break. Undoubtedly, it was disgusting and sad. It is sad that any person in […]

The Illicit Nature of Implicit Bias

“If you track mud on someone’s carpet, they don’t care about your intent, they look at the consequence … And chances are, you won’t be invited back.” This metaphor—shared by first Monday speaker, artist, and […]

Letter From the Editors

Our intention with this week’s issue of The Catalyst was to try, in whatever small way we could, to cast light on the hateful, shameful, violent, transphobic racist email that was sent to the campus […]

The CC Health and Fitness Community: Diversity in Thought

According to a published paper titled “Gender and Cultural Diversity in Sports, Exercise, and Performance Psychology” by Diane Gill in 2017, the study of gender and culture, which influences physical activity—specifically sports and exercise—has not […]