C-SPAN Films Migrant Caravan Presentation at CC

Did you hope to attend independent journalist Alice Driver’s presentation on the migrant caravan earlier this month and were unable to make it? You’re in luck: C-SPAN covered Driver’s talk, titled “On the Road with the Migrant Caravan,” which was held in Gaylord Hall on Feb. 5. The entire presentation can be viewed here. The […]

CC Makes Sustainability Gains in STARS Report

By Leah Veldhuisen ’19 CC made a number of appearances in the recently published 2018 Sustainable Campus Index. Run by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, the Sustainable Campus Index is a self-reporting system to highlight colleges’ and universities’ sustainability efforts. They measure 17 different areas and rate them on the Sustainability […]

Exploring the Watershed

Where Does Your Water Come From? By Annabelle O’Neill ’19 and Rosa Mallorson ’20 “Where does your water come from?” asked Environmental Studies Program visiting faculty member Rory Cowie ’04 on the first day of class. Like the places we had yet to visit, our responses stretched far, from groundwater wells in Hawaii to water […]

CC Launches eSports Team

 By Alana Aamodt ’18 The newest team at CC doesn’t practice at the gym or the fields. Nope, they practice from the comfort of their dorm rooms and meet up in the library to go over strategy. It’s CC’s new eSports team, currently consisting of the eight-member Overwatch A-team, with a B-team and a League […]

Geoffrey Hartley Documents Power of Art Therapy

By Leah Veldhuisen Over the summer, CC student Geoffrey Hartley ’19 immersed himself in a program at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College in a way few students get to experience. Hartley filmed a documentary about the FAC’s Military Artistic Healing program, a program that currently has little student involvement. As a […]