CC Climbing Team Prepares For Nationals

By Miriam Brown ’21 Apparently, Colorado College’s climbing team has never heard of the “sophomore slump.” In just their second year of existence, the team finished third at the regional championships in Denver, with only a quarter of the competitors brought by rivals University of Colorado Boulder and Colorado State University. Two of CC’s climbers, […]

Tutt Library Wins AIA/ALA Library Building Award

By: Miriam Brown ’21 After its reopening in 2017, Tutt Library became a symbol of Colorado College’s core values: intellectual curiosity, environmental sustainability, innovation, and collaboration. The library’s renovations were so transformational to its relationship with the campus that it is receiving national recognition, as one of six libraries awarded with this year’s American Institute […]

Accolades for Mary Margaret Alvarado’s “On Memory With No Devices”

By Leah Veldhuisen ’19 While CC’s Thesis Specialist Mia (as she is known) Alvarado has published much of her writing, including poetry and nonfiction, in magazines and journals including The Boston Review, The Kenyon Review, VQR, and Outside, her recent essay is particularly exciting: It has been named a finalist for “Best of the Net” honors and selected to be […]

CC’s Nordic Skiers Compete in Nationals

By Leah Veldhuisen ’19 This season, the CC Nordic Ski Team had a handful of students heading to the U.S. Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association Nationals at Snow King Mountain in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for the first time ever. Ines Siepmann ’19, Maddie Strasser ’21, Oliver Jones ’20, and Benjamin Swift ’21all qualified for the […]

Student Research Provides Value to Students and Professors

By Leah Veldhuisen ’19 One benefit of attending a small liberal arts school is the research opportunities available to undergraduate students. At CC, the Department of Psychology is particularly invested in student research, as three professors — Kevin Holmes, Emily Chan, and Tomi-Ann Roberts — have recently published papers on the importance of undergraduate research. Additionally, […]