Racism No Longer Exists? Incarcerated Writers Series

This series features writing from inmates at the El Paso County Jail. The articles stem from weekly programming facilitated by the Colorado College Prison Project. Through contact between the CC community and Colorado Springs, this […]

Conversations on Privilege > “Frankenstein”

Last week in First-Year Experience mentor training, we learned that the first-year common read would be “Frankenstein,” the 1818 English novel by Mary Shelley. I am the Comparative Literature department mentor; if there were to […]

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 […]

No, We Don’t Look Alike

Why what some consider an innocent mistake is actually a rascist, demeaning act I had barely spent more than two weeks at Colorado College before the inevitable occurred: I was mistaken for another Asian person. […]