Why We Need to Mobilize to Close Martin Drake

For civically engaged Colorado College students who want to see a change in the world but often feel powerless to make anything happen, the next few weeks are a golden opportunity.  On Dec. 18, the […]

$17,000 to Offset Campus Carbon Emissions

Students have proposed a spending plan for $17,000 allocated to counteract on-campus carbon emissions and reach the college’s goal of carbon neutrality by 2020. The Board of Trustees allotted $17,000 for the Office of Sustainability […]

Connecting the College to its Carbon

Written by Kelsey Maxwell Transitioning to renewable energy (RE) is one of the most significant ways Colorado College can reduce its carbon footprint. CC currently uses 15,000 megawatt-hours (MWh) of electricity annually­ — a 3000 MWh […]