This American Life: Fiasco! Review

Jack Benham Staff writer A fiasco is a rare event in our lives. We generally maintain control over our various endeavors, whether a class presentation, a tennis match, or a conversation. Some of us live closer to the realm of fiasco than others, and constantly grasp on to the precipice of order. The universal law […]

Winston and the People of Colorado Springs

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Sam Tezak Life Editor I must admit—this week in lieu of recent events, I felt a bit jaded when I sat down to write this column. The surprise snowfall and busy week did not help either. But Jack Sweeney the editor-in-chief, my boss, and friend, pointed out to me one of the most positive aspects […]

Level II climbing training teaches excited new leaders

Jamie Sarafan Staff writer Where else but at CC can students go on a fun-filled two-day course to enrich their skills and become certified as climbing guides for school trips? This past weekend, eight intrepid Colorado College climbers and three leaders set out to Matakut Dome for Level II Climbing Leader Training. The goal of […]

Bike auction and gear sale features bluegrass, burgers, and fun

Emma Longcope Active Life Editor This past Wednesday afternoon, there was only one place to find bikes, bluegrass, burgers, gear, and plenty of happy peers in one spot: the Bike Auction and Gear Sale.   The event, which took place from 4-6 p.m. on April 2 in the parking lot in front of the bike […]

WOW: Yoga’s back

Alyssa Ortega Staff writer As mentioned in earlier “Workout of the Week” articles, yoga is a great way to relax and strengthen your muscles at the same time. This week’s workout includes yoga that targets arm strength. Please remember to incorporate other strength exercises and cardio into your weekly routine. Crow: This is somewhat of […]

Track and Field flies at Fort Hays

Samantha Buxbaum Staff writer Hays, Kansas met some serious competition from both our Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams this past Friday and Saturday, March 28 and 29, at the 21st Annual Alex Francis Invitational.   Day one, CC brought the fire when junior Will Richmond claimed third in the 3,000 meter steeplechase, with […]

CC takes on California: Women’s lacrosse victories

Nila Horner Staff writer The CC Women’s Lacrosse team took on two lax powerhouses this weekend and did not disappoint! The Lady Tigers first visited Chapman University’s Wilson Field on Saturday, March 29, leaving with a 14-12 victory over the Panthers. After Chapman attacker Allie Kontny gave the Panthers a 10-7 lead in the mere […]

Men’s lacrosse comes back to take out Division II rival

Hannah Westerman Staff writer With only a few games left before the start of the SCAC championships, the men’s lacrosse team went up against Adams State University on Wednesday. “These games against Adams State and Colorado Mesa will be great games against solid DII competition. They will help us stay sharp and be at our […]


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