The Science Behind Your Sunset

When the sun shines on our planet, it first hits the molecular oxygen and nitrogen molecules in our atmosphere. These molecules, which are so lovely to breathe, are small compared to the wavelengths of light […]

Turn and Face the Strange

In Colorado, the weather is always changing.  Just this week, it was snowy one day, 60 degrees and sunny the next.  While this change is often a welcome respite from the dreariness of winter or […]

Incarcerated Writers Series: Untitled

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

Keep Moving in the Cold

By AIDAN FRANKO When winter rolls around at Colorado College, the topic of discussion inevitably turns to downhill skiing. Students begin to disappear from campus every weekend as they make their way to the ski […]