10 Questions with Lo Wall

Lo Wall ’19 can be found throughout the pages of any issue of The Catalyst you pick up. However, she is not only one of our most veteran cartoonists, she also edits for The Cipher, […]

FYE Essay Contest Winners, Class of 2021

By LO WALL At the end of this past spring semester, First-Year Experience faculty submitted essays from both fall and winter FYE classes that they felt best represented excellent first-year writing. The submitted essays were […]

CC Visiting Writers Series Presents Matt Kirkpatrick

On Thursday, Feb. 22 in Gaylord Hall, Matt Kirkpatrick lectured for Colorado College’s Block 6 Visiting Writers Series. A collaboration between the English Department and the McLean Visiting Writers Endowment, the Visiting Writers Series invites […]

10 Questions with Helen Thorpe

Helen Thorpe is a celebrated journalist best known for her work as an immersive journalist, spending years reporting a single story. Her book “Just Like Us”, a story about young immigrant students, was named one […]

The Favored Punctuation of Try-Hard Intellectuals

“Here is a lesson in creative writing,” Kurt Vonnegut writes in his book of essays titled “A Man Without a Country.” “First rule: Do not use semicolons. They are transvestite hermaphrodites representing absolutely nothing. All […]