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The Cipher, CC's alternative student newspaper, is available in Tutt Library in the bound journals area on the second floor (under C for Cipher) and in Special Collections.

Vol. 1 No. 1, December 12, 1997

M.E.Ch.A. brings Victor Villasenor
The Cipher hits campus
A.C.U.T. protests prison conditions
Imagine a country where…
Steel workers rally for labor rights
Water use questions college's vision
EnAct plans demonstration at Vail
UN votes against U.S. embargo of Cuba
Iraq stands up to American run U.N. policies
Nike's female labor rights disputed
Mexican Labor Confederation forms in opposition to government supporters
"Kick ass, starting with your own"
Keeping hope alive in Tibet
Doug Kirby is not a homosexual (comic strip)
Talking about talking about taking a stand
Glass House responds to campus misconceptions
Police brutality rampant in America
Two papers not exactly a crowd
Professor Giuffre speaks on media, technology, and Big Brother
Two cents worth!


Vol. 1 No. 2, March 6, 1998

Professor Lindau Speaks on the Drug War
Conoco Set for Profit in Escalante
The Global Rogue State
Recycling Times at CC
The Yellow Bike Take-over
This Can's for You Kid
Critical Mass Hits Colorado Springs
City Tears Down Ampitheatre, Youth Incensed
Government Awards Public Lands
Lock Your Windows (just try)
The Final (Commercial) Frontier
Green Killing Machines
Cereal Killers
Buy Nothing Day Tries To Hit Networks
I Remember…I Remember a Girl
The Line Up
Amnesty International Brings Maguire
Student Exposes U.S. Prison Injustice
Thought Treatise for Circumspection
"Desire + Education = Educated Kid"
New Sentencing Fit for the Crime


Vol. 1 No. 3, May, 8, 1998

East Timorese Genocide, the US Connection
Churchill Speaks on Native People
Why It's "Democracy for the Rich"
Nuclear Waste, Bad Policy
The State of the Local Environment
What is a CC Student to do?
Campus Paper Use, "Think Locally"
World Forest Decline
Black Radical Congress Forms, Part 1
The Black Panthers 10 Point Program
Candid Camera They Can and Do See You
Iraq's New Curbside Capitalism
Interview With Carolyn Merchant
Native American Insights
The Making of a Woman, Tits and Ass
It's Better Housebikes and Gardens
Zinn's A People's History of the US


Vol. 2 No . 1, September 16, 1998

Student Protest Nuclear Waste Transport
Liberal Arts vs. Informational Glut
Sierra Club Sues City Over Road
Change is Good, Cost High
Annual AIDS Walk Grows
U.S. Jobs Miracle: Not the Model It's Touted to Be
Why Call It Reform? Russian Future
East Timor's Chance for Peace?
Running with (& from) the Bulls
This ain't no 'Dances With Wolves'
Crisis of Democracy: era of anti-politics
Prospects for the Uhuru Movement
It Ain't No Hippie Commune, Motherfucker
Locals Unite Against AIDS
Pacifists Await Trail for Symbolic Disarming of Nuke Warhead Silo


Vol. 2 No. 2, October 14, 1998

Cambodia, Democracy?
Professor Caught Pissing in the Water
Updike Reading at CC
'Democracy Wall' Disappoints
Bravo Honors CC with Performance
Thursday at 11: Sex, Lies, Politics
Great Minds and Existentialism
Take the Initiative…Vote Nov. 3
Merchants of War: We're No. 1!
The Water Issue: Amendments 15-6
Banned Book Week, Alive and Well
New Deal to Raw Deal to Better Deal
Due Process…What? Free Kevin!
In The Wake of Extra-judicial Killings
Professor Mark Johnson Speaks on the Collapse of the Russian Economy
The International Monetary Fund is Hurting You!
Economics Professor Hecox Confronts the Global Economic Crisis
Madonna: a Role Model for Feminism
Jody Kretzman speaks on community building
"Unity March" Won't Heal Brutal Murder
Will Democrats Retain Office?
Environmental Action
Sex, Girls, and the Nature of the Boner
U.S. Violates Human Rights Codes
Active For Justice Monthly Calendar Events


Vol. 2 No. 3, November 11, 1998

Hightower Interviewed on the Future of U.S. Politics
End the School of America's
CC Library Seriously Underfunded, Ignored
A Right to Privacy? Not Around Here
CC Graduates Take the Colorado Springs Community by Storm
Democrats Exceed Expectations
Buy Nothing Day!
Wal-Mart is Evil, MRR Explains Why
Humour Quotes
Upholding the Status Quo
The Elephant in the Living Room
Did Owens Really Win the Election?
Confrontation And The Whore Who Resides Downstairs
Racism Exposed
Entomophagy: Art of Eating Insects
Sleep Deprivation and College Life…
Fly Wheels Rock the House
Plowshares Indicted as Conspiritors
Terrorists: an accurate label for ELF?
Pseudo-Left…Why they Deserve to be Shot
Exclusive Interview with DJ Spooky
Squarepusher: Kick Ass Music
Women's Film Festival a Success
Book Review: Chomsky, The Man


Vol. 2 No. 4, December 14, 1998

Human Rights in a Changing World
We're gonna Euro like it's 1999
CC Students Blaze Trail to the School of Americas Protest
Report on CC Racial Diversity
A Look at the CC Budget, Financial Aid & Departmental Allocations
The Information Age and CC's Problematic Transitory Education
Clarification by Whitey on Racism
Thoughts on Professor Riker's Talk…Education and the American Character
Who are We Calling American?
Drug Czar gets Goofy on Hemp
U.S. Fails to Observe Human Rights
Expand your Respective Bubbles with BreakOut % Help the Homeless
Are We All Gonna Merge Someday?
The Long Arm of International Law
Monetary Unification: What are the Benefits?
Where Are All the Men to Help?
Crops & Dangers of Biotechnology
Che, the Man and the Revolutionary
Jointly Rubbish: An evening of Art/Trash??
Elizabeth: Virgin Queen has Lotsa - O - Sex
Debauchery, Lies and Republicans
Ulysses Trimble is a Very Angry Man
Bill Clinton the "Playa President" A Condensed Referral - - Office of the Independent Counsel
Impeach Clinton? So What
Love Sucks and You Know It!
Book Review: Castells Three Volume Sociological Masterpiece


Vol. 2 No. 5, February 17, 1999

Reform and the Left: Rorty speaks
Educate Yourself, Whitey
Ludicrous Policy in the Middle East
The Apathy Just Might Be Real
CCCA Asks: Who Are We?
Dr. Minogue gets Down and Dirty on Abstraction and Porn
What ere they thinking?
Conceptions of Islam and the World
Symposium Panelists Discuss Culture, Westernization, & nature of the Individual
Samuel Huntington's Keynote Address: The Declining West
Plowshares Activists Found Guilty
A Vision of a Nuclear-Free World
Sachio Defends Peace, Advocates Change
Richard Skorman's Platform for City Council
Retraial Denied, Musicians Protest
We Recycle, But We Consume More
26 Years of Roe v. Wade: Defend Reproductive Rights
Clinton Allies Keep Poverty Off the Agenda
Hurricane Mitch in Nicaragua, the International Politics of the Lack of Aid
Climate Change Legislation, a long way to go…
The AIDS Epidemic in Latin America
Uncovering a Comedian with a Conscience
White Privilege: Seeing through the Invisible
A Rose by Any Other Name Would Smell as Sweet? I Don't Think So…
Retort to Catalyst' Punk Rock Goddess
1999 African American Historical Calendar
Make a Movie and Keep Your Soul
Elliot Smith Makes Me Cry
Racketeering by the Corporate Mob
Why I've Chosen a Quiet, Spiritual Life of Prayer and Celibacy Instead of Prancing Around Like the Rest of You Clueless Fuckers
Book Review: Darwin's Black Box


Vol. 2 No. 6, March 5, 1999

Pushing the Envelope at CC
Rastall Goes "Multicultural"
Bill Gates Attempts to Purchase Federal Government of the US
William Jackson Palmer Found to be a Revolutionary Communist, Loev Claims
Brew Review
Culinary Corner
Stranger Than Fiction: Actual News Stories
Local Squirrels Rally for Higher Pay; Demand New, Smaller Crosswalks
Area Business Owner Not the Man He Used to Be
Why We Shouldn't Be Afraid of Naked Mole Rats Taking Over the World: Parnell and Ryan Sooth Our Fears
Cipher Coward Goes into Hiding! Tough Guy not so Tough Anymore
Johnny Tough-Guy Asks Catalyst Punk Rock Goddess Out On Date to Winter Carnival Dance
Alternative Remedy Explosion: Newest Miracle on the Market: All-Natural Dihydrogen Oxygen
Kathryn Mohrman has Existential Crisis
BABE III: Pig In Your Face
Catalyst Succeeds in Publishing Record Number of Offensive Articles in a Single Issue; Campus Rejoices
More Actual Clips from Newspapers Around the World
Beautification in 2004: Wasted Wampum or Wise Walking?
Vatican out for Blood
Master Plan Update: CC's First 100% Environmentall-Friendly No Building
Please Have AN Apple
Fine Dining Found in Thousands of McDonalds Worldwide
Student Group Accepts Chinese Offer of 2 OZ. of Kind Bud, Changes Name to "Students for a Free Kurdistan"
Public Support of President Erodes Fast Following Sex-Scandal-Free Week
The Backstreet Boys are Modern Tyrants
Aaron is Obsessed with His Dick
Skate Patrol Gets Skate Park, Donuts, & Pro Chimp
Frisbee Golfers Take the Folgers Challenge
Jewel: The Next Emily Dickinson? We Think So!
Trent Lott Admitted to Rehab Center After Becoming Addicted to a Homosexual
A Trip Forward and Then Back Again
Writer Responds to Claims of "Reverse Racism"


Vol. 2 No. 7, April 7, 1999

Kos-Oh No!
Residential Life Announces Extra Cost for Singles
BGALA Identifies with the Word "Queer" in Renaming itself EQUAL
Concerned Citizens Challenge the AP: B Requirements, Policy Changes Coming
CC Women's Violence: Personal Story…
Do You Know Where Your Water's Been?
Abortion Pill's Future in the US
Economic Thoughts on a "Living Wage"
"PC": Time to Redefine the Word
Chairman Omali, Inspirational Man & Leader
Acne and Knitting are Not the Same as Queers
Breaking Down Pat Buchanan's Racist Message
Fighting for Peace is like Fucking for Virginity
Addiction and Existentialism
Rescuing Philosophy at The Colorado College
The Strange History of Vibrators: Dissecting the Female Orgasm
Fiction Review: The God of Small Things
The Project Project: Not just another clever band name…
Book Review: Year of the Heroic Guerilla

Vol. 2 No.8, May 5, 1999

Prof. Rabbin Speaks on the Techno-Science of Politics
Investigations into CC, Hiring People of Color
Hot Thursday Stirs Debate
Have students changed since the 60s?
The Criminal Justice System in Crisis
To Acquiesce is to Ask for Less
Where's The Cipher Goin'?
Nuke King To Speak At Graduation
We are a Culture of Violence & Rape
Students Ideals & Convictions
Columbine Tragedy & The Matrix: Alike in more ways than one…
What is Philosophy?!?!?
Free Spirits and Mental Slaves
Asshole Love, Technology
Built to Spill, Ain't No Secret No More
Fiction Review: The Collected Works of Billy the Kid
"Fuck Off You Swine," Retka Bids Farewell to Campus Life for Good.
Book Review: One-Dimensional Man

Vol. 3 No. 1, Sept. 22

Prof. Lindau Speaks on the Ills of Neo-liberalism, Globalism, Mexico
Project-Project: Homespun and Feeling Good
Freshmen: the Good, the Bad & the Abercrombie
Powder Funds: What are we supporting?
Close-minded dominant ideology breeds homogeneity
Guns columbine guns dead kids guns
But Jesus Made Me Hit Her
Should we be buying out our teachers?
In Between: the resistance
The Philosophical Implications of the French Classic The Little Prince
"Astronauts Wife" Heavy With Femininity
Feeble Fingers on the Pulse of Colorado College
Suzanne Foster: the woman, myth, & legend.
Looking Good In The Hollywood Mirror
Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS) Presentation of the Emmy Awards Dull and Trivial
The Chasm Between the Specialized Educated Caste and the Passively Entertained Masses
Diversity in the Afterlifes
Contemplating Europe: Revenge of the Kulaks
The Critic
Three Cheers For the Wage-Slave in All of Us!
Book Review: Achieving Our Country

Vol. 4 No. 2, October 20, 1999

Class Has It's Privileges, CC Exemplifies Trends
Prof. Rosenthal Speaks on Identity Politics, Marxism and Equality
No Gun Ri Slaughter Brought to Light, War Crimes during Korean War
Interdepartmental Distribution of CC's Money Inbalanaced
From Single Sex Dorms to Urban Schools and Iraq: Separatism Perpetuates Barbarity
Monitored Space, Oppressive Alcohol & Drug Policy Inhibits Student Community
CC's Recycling Crisis
Cc Bookstore Bandits: Who Makes off with the Cash?
A Manufactured Life
CC Pays to Prosper: Exchanging Moral for Money
A Socio-Economic Investigation of the Colorado College Student Body
Lesbian Sexuality Course
Organizing for Disenfranchised, Changes Coming, New Futures
CC and Local Community Leaders Fortify Affordable Housing in Springs
The Man Responsible for the Decline of Distinct Fashion as We Know It - Leslie Wexner
The Transcendence of American Beauty
Musician Tom Waits Hits Denver
A Band With Cosmic Implications
Two Films, Two Companies…Same Frickin' Story
CC Drama/Dance Department Attempts New Theatrical Form
Not Just Matthew Shepard
Caprice Is Totally My Favorite
Book Review: The Works of Foucault

Vol. 3 No. 3, November 17, 1959

Populist Hightower Takes Campus by Storm
Interfering with Political Dialogue
Students on Path for Seattle for World Trade Organization Summit
Robert Hayden Speaks on Balkins Conflict & US Policy
Why Water the Campus Endlessly
Local Activists Arrested at Albright Event for Protesting Iraq Sanctions
Fight the Drug War
The Physicist, A Play with Success in All Areas
Christmastime Crafts Sale on December 3 & 4
Twisted Thoughts on a Twisted Hollywood
A Story of Discovery: Kit Carson, Colorado
Book Review: The Unknown City
Ruthless Capitalism…Asset or Flaw?
Capitalism is Becoming its own Government
Eat Shit and Die, David Geffen
Speak Up For Yourself, Young One
Mili-Lez sez: I am the truth and the light!
Campus Pagan Association is Back
Book Review, Novel Prize Winning: The Captive Mind


Vol. 3 No. 4, December 15, 1999

World Trade Organization and the Third World
Free Trade & Quiet Beneficiaries
Democracy and Efficiency
Changes Ahead for Rastall, Bemis - Are you Informed?
Corporations Versus Countries: The Top 100
Confronting Queer Conference - Broad Range of Topics Discussed
FBI's Counterintelligence Program
Bush, Worse than just a Republican
Medicaid: A Funding Paradox
Environmental Issues: Forests, Rives, & Sprawl - Speak Up and Take Action!
Spinning A Sound All His Own…
"With Liberty and Justice for Few"
…And Now For Something Completely Different
McAlevy's Fort: 1999

Vol. 3 No. 5, February 9, 2000

Creative Expression in Movements for Social Change & Anarchist Thought
Maria Varela: community organizer & teacher
CC's "Minority Satisfaction Survey" Breeds Dissatisfaction
POWER TO THE PEOPLE!!!
Renowned Speaker Promotes Love, Courage
Taking Away Our Backyard: Colorado's Land For Sale
CC Alum Aids in Self-Educatino of Inmates
Colorado College Student Is Discriminated Against by Episcopalian Church
Open Letter from Assata Shakur
Too Dangerous for The Ballot
California Strawberry Farmers Outraged at Biotechnological Trend
I Like Southern Vegan Christian White Boy Music, i.e. Moby
Book Review: The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down
Hip-Hop Education & How to be a Cool Rich Kid - Review of No More Prisons
Graffiti Writers Interviewed, Incognito
The Fat Chronicles Official Graffiti Glossary
Local Police Overstepping Boundaries
The Critic: U.S. Needs to Butt Out
Elian Gonzales: Go Home to Father in Cuba, or Stay With Relatives in US?
Here, Have Some Glaring Factual Errors


Vol. 3 No. 7, April 14, 2000

There is a Silent Menace Creeping All Around You Right Now
Colorado College Releases Minority Student Satisfaction Survey Results
Wire Fences Make Good Neighbors: The Myths & Realities of Prison Towers
USWA Condemns Bank
Stop That White-Built Shit: It's Tired
Resurrecting MAYDAY and Radical Politics
New Nationalism: Destructive or Valuable
U.S. Arms Bazaar: To Infinity and Beyond
CC Invents in Three Tents for Glass House
Study Reveals: Feral White Homo-Sapiens Devastate Ecosystems.
All Apologies
NRA Proposes "Arming our Young Children to Curb School Shootings"
Cc Introduces New Yellow Car Program
Is Film a Performance Art? Should it be?
Book Review: Jihad vs. McWorld

Vol. 3 No. 8, May 11, 2000

Get up, stand up! Stand up for your labor rights!!!!!
We The People Want to Decide
CC Student Business Plan Spawns Record Label
Pioneer & Public Educational Programs Await Approval
The Big Payback
Why Would a News Company hire Psycologoical Warfare People?
Hi I'm human but I also happen to be an editor, so I edit.
Chameleon Nature, Rainbow Country Trans-planetary Santeria: Response to Jose Vasconcelos' La Raza Cosmica & Mestizo-global Culture
Fiction, Poetry, and Non-fiction works to read over the summer
The Seduction of Androgyny

Vol. 4 Issue 1

Free Trade: the best of shaky options
Sodexho investing in for-profit prisons
Columbia: The Drug War's real loser
The Interfaith Council for Environmental Stewardship
Mexican Environmentalists still held by government
Iran and the sales of Identity
Dream a little dream
'Patience is a Virtue' but not in America
Student Artist Profile: Jonathan Horvath
Nader Speaks in Denver
Movie Review: Nurse Betty & Three Kings
Parnell and Ryan's Horoscope
Book Review: Beyond Beef


Vol. 4 Issue 2

Dick Cheney: Foreign Policy or Foreign Atrocity
Amendment 20: Facts on Marijuana
The Ethic Button
Surprise: Bush has bad grammar
Bush and Gore Make me Wanna Ralph
Amendment 24: Against Urban Sprawl
Tough-Times, Teeth Gnashing, and Reality
The Tongass Roadless Initiative
Checks Hit Progressives Hard in 2000
Jazz Mandolin Project
A Voters Guide to State Issues
Anarchy: We don't need no government
World-wide-waste of space
Scary Science Presents: Stem Cells
Together/Working' featured at CU Gallery
Student Artist Profile: Lesley Siegel
Movie Reviews: Almost Famous & The Exorcist

Vol. 4 Issue 3

Corporate globalism continues to screw ljaw nation
First-year experiments with future of Colorado College
Conflict: the Human Condition
The Roundup: Monstanto and the War on Drugs
Conflict: the Human Condition
Rise Campaigns to Raise Sodexho Standards
Stuber's Scary Science Watch: Contraception
Federal funds overlooks third party, a disservice to democracy
China starts counting, How many kids is enough?
Drug Study: Price more effective than punishment.
Expedition One Crew Brings ISS to Life
Student theater delivers amusement and intrigue
Student Artist Profile: Becky Geller
World-wide-waste of space
Folk/Rock singer Martin Sexton to grace CC
Like Dick and Bush in 2000


Vol. 4 Issue 4

1st anniversary of the WTO Protests
Chemtrails Theory Sheds Light on Line in the Sky
A Brief History of Future of the WTO
Rise 2000: The Future Subject to Change
The "Bread Box"
IMF: Truly helpful or ulterior motivies?
New Tech to electrify near future
Student Artist Profile: Jon Christensen
A bitch-slap from author Tom Robbins


Vol. 4 Issue 5

Headlong into Folly
Western Force Meets the Islam Wall of Thought
The Party of Principle
An exercise in press relations from the new master of vagueries White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer
Right-Wing Alliance Challenges Climate Justice
A Sunny Day
Socialization vs. Globalization


Vol. 4 Issue 6

Changing Foreign Policy in the Middle East
Prostitution in Thailand
Winds of Change
Bush Junior to Reopen Conflict With Saddam Hussien
Cocaine Use Perpetuating Columbian Violence, War, Civil Unrest
Vandals Depreciating Staff, Student Body, School
Declining Union Membership Troublesome
Giant, freaking surprise: students don't like Western Ridge
Students, faculty meet to discuss Marriot
The Parked Car Dog Wars


Vol. 4 Issue 7

Bush "Wows" International Community
Terrorism: People making a difference
Gun Control, or Fun Control?
How the Market Made Us Stupid: Financial Crisis in the United States and Japan are about to Teach the World an Awesome Lesson: Merry-go-round Must be Regulated
Students still dissatisfied with campus corporation presence
Mathias turned into Prison; Marriot Gets More Money
The Slip surpasses trendy dismal pop in (surprise) talent, ability
More things on Western Ridge that we can't change
God-Exists, Tequila-inspired scientists say
Student Artist Profile: Sabra Jenks Graham


Vol. 4 Issue 8

Education, Homogenization, and National Security
Hip-Hop Hits CC
Quebec: An insider's look at the conflict
Bush ignores treaties, offends international community
American Spirits: Big Man, Little Tobacco
Here's lookin' at you, CC
The Case for Apathy
Klein condemns brand name society
A Look at Where Free Trade Needs to Go in Light of the Quebec Protests
J's Restaurant to Leave
Bush positively impacting World, US
It's the end of the Cipher as we know it…but I feel fine…


(here begins the second book of Ciphers)

Vol. 8 No. 1, Sept 2001

Nation Responds to Attack with Hope, Hate Crimes
In The Beginning and in the End, It's All The Same, my Friend
Bush Pushes Pakistan into Political Peril
Professor Mediates Awareness
Noam Chomsky Speaks on Bombings
Exerpts from Michael Moore's Public Letter, Post 9/11
S. African Racism Conference Fails
Castro Condemns Terrorism, Military Action
Columbus Day Celebration is Challenged by History
Local Artist Interview: Colin Hu
Activist Resources! That's Right, Fun! Coalitions! Revolution! Networking! Rise up!


Vol. 8 No. 2, Oct 2001

Legislation Infringes on Civil Liberties
Airlines struggle to secure cockpits, jobs
First, Last, Outer, Inner; Only That Breath Breathing Human Being
City Council Railroads Affordable Housing
Rent Control: Helping or Hurting
Nation Cannot Afford Rent, According to HUD
Nevermind the Vail Resorts - Here's Silverton Ski Area
Fly Away in your Very Own Earthship
Michigan Man Molests First Amendment
In Praise of the Penis
Hawaiian History Retold
Four Directions March in Denver
Billy Bragg's Music Will Save Us
Resources for the Modern Radical

Vol. 8 No. 3

US Invades Switzerland in Crusade Against Terror
War Reminds US of Bad Action Movie
Plants? Okay, Whatever
The Penultimate Question: Is Utah Heaven?
Know Your Cores: A Guide to the "New Thing" in the Music Scene
Bad Religion Takes it to DU at Home: A Short, Non-Satirical Show Review

Vol. 8 No. 4, Feb. 2001

"You can't do this with bombs and bullets alone"
Radical of the Month: Carlos Belo
Enron Goes Down in Flames
Suburban New Yorkers Show Weak Support for WEF Protests
Students for Fair Labor Protests
Here's What They're Saying
The Mainstream Media and Our "War on Terror": What They're Not Telling You
Letter from workers of Iran: Wages Unpaid, Justice Now!
Top 1% earn as much as the poorest
Dismantling the European Union
CC Professors Speak Out About the War on Terrorism, George Bush, and the State of the Union Address
Roll This
Cuba: Neither Heaven nor Hell
The Hijacking of History
Planned Parenthood
Rogue State: Adventures With The CIA
Independent Computer Games Attack big Business and Global Capitalism
Vincent Galo and His Ego Write, Produce, Rercord, Mix and Distribute Revealing New Album, Went
Black History Month Celebration

Vol. 5 No. 5 March 2002

Drug Courts Offer Controversial Alternative to the Drug War
Radical of the Month: Fellow Journalist John Pilger
Hey, Kids: We Need To Talk
Local News Investigates Colorado College
Hey Hot Stuff!! The Drag Ball Comes to CC This Friday
Something New and Different: School Makes a Difference, Students Change Lives.
Wisdom and Insights from Zen: A Block Break Sesshin
American Examines Environmentalism in Japan: Money, Factions Divide Efforts
Pope Asks Lawyers to Object
Yet Another White Guy Thinks He Knows What He's Talking About
ACLU Holds Meeting to Discuss Civil Liberties
Copy Write: A Beginning Guide to Digital Democracy
Resistance is futile…You Will be Assimilated
What Kinds of Technology?
Coca-Cola Can Kill You, Baby
Ninety Percent of the World's Languages to Disappear
A Review of the new 'Sector One' EP, Plus a Spotlight Look at Roni Size
Bad Religion Stops in Denver on Their Process of Belief Tour
Tigerastyle Records: Taking Over the World
A Ciphered Crossword

Vol. 5 Issue 7

Pleaing for Change at CC and Around the World: A Discussion of Politics, Morals and Humanity
A Cipher Retrospective
Earth Week Is Coming
Colorado Springs Responds to Catalyst
Colorado College Rallies Against Hate
Ceasefire in Angola Brings Hope
Colombian Terrorism and Drug War Destroy Governmental Stability
Bush Visits Peru Amid Fatal Terrorist Attacks
Controversial Campaign Finance Reform Bill Signed
Fighting for Equality? Equality for Whom?
Anarchists Organize? Yes Indeedy!
How Dumb White Aristocrats are Screwing Us All - -A Book Review
Death to Smoochy: A Study in Corporate Satire
Music Review: Loxy and Ink Drop Twisted Third Mind EP
The New Menace of the Slopes: The Snow Deck

Vol. 5 No.8 May 2002

Presidential Candidates' Backgrounds Challenged by CC Students
Letter to the Editor: Lessons Learned from a Close Call
Local Muslim Community Leader Fights Intolerance through Education
Financial Aid at Colorado College: How it Happens
Search Committee Members Explain Rationale Behind 'Secret Search'
Israel Accused of War Crimes in Jenin
Out of sight, Out of Mind? No, Not At All
Recent Abercrombie & Fitch T-Shirts Example of Blatant Racism, Ignorance
A Backyard Feast: The Wonderful World of Permaculture
Keep Gas Wells Off Plateau
Student Profile: Ashwin Jumaria
Us Gets Tough on Immigration Under Guise of Anti-Terrorism
Le Pen Inclusion in French Presidential Elections Sparks Passionate Protests
Preserving Privacy in the Digital Age
How To Get Through CC With Your Dignity and Mental Health
Bureaucracy and the CC Student: Eduardo's Retrospective
Letter to the Editor: Life is Short. Take Advantage of It While You Can
Is There a Holy Apartheid In The Middle East?
The Man Behind the Mole
Randomly Ordered Summer Listening List
Up, Up and Away…

(here beings the third book; Cipher 2002-2003)

Vol. 6 No. 1 Sep. 2002

Letters to the Editor: Chaplain praises Symposium, speaks out against gender bias
Keynote addresses failed to enlighten
Responding to the Symposium: Dimensions of Dialogue and Democracy
Keynote speakers disappointed those who sought dialogue
Mrs. President Jacqueline Lundquist, Mother, Wife, Fashion Queen, Businesswoman, Social Activist Extraorinaire
Since 9-11 in Nepal: terrorism in Everest's Shadow?
Dining with a mentalist
Food for Thoughtr…
Freshman Disillusionment
Misha knows her shit
Savory Moroccan cuisine


Vol. 6 No. 2 Oct 2002

Letters to the Editor
Amid protests, local Republicans gather to hear Vice President
"This is what democracy looks like!"
Protest: Chilean Style
What make a hero
Behind the posters of the peer social norming campaign
Some CO alcohol laws
Did you ever wonder why? The psychology of being drunk
Regrettable sex and sexual assault at CC: what the posters and statistics don't tell you
The evolution of the brew
Do-It-Yourself Brewing
Beer vs. Religion
The Best of…Organic Foods and Brews
Beer from a Biological Perspective: what does it really do to our bodies?
32 Bleu Extraordinary
Let's Hear from Everyone's Favorite Anti-Socialite
Farewell Ben Hoyler, May Your Light Shine Brilliantly On


Vol. 6 No. 3 Nov 2002

Hosting blind prospective student adds to CC student's experience of disabilities awareness week
MOSAIC hosts international education week
Getting to know professor Own Cramer - an intellectually baffling journey
CC musicians bring the funk to local jazz club
Media Analysis Tools
Combating hunger & homelessness at CC
Buy Nothing Day
The meaning of 'no buy day' abroad
Peace begins when the hungry are fed.
An alternative Christmas
Do we practice what we peach?
A week of fun in the springs for almost nothing!
Stopping the war before it starts
Getting there: speaking peace across the nation
Raptivism: Hip Hop for Peace
What's it like to be green?
"A new way to hold the U.S. hostage:" CC students respond to the sniper shootings
US Navy exempt from upholding endangered species act
"This is art" : reviewed
More words of wisdom from CC's favorite cynic, Misha Calvert!


Vol. 4 No. 4 Dec 2002

Letters to the Editor
Religion at CC
What is a Jesuit?
The story of "p"; not Ishmael, but close
Sex, drugs, and violence
Striking a personal relationship with Jesus
Reflections on Zoroastrianism
Oy gavalt! How to rationalize stripping with your Jewish heritage
Calculating the divine
Greek new testament meets the block plan
Top 10 under-appreciated deities
Politics and art in the bible
Nuns attempt to beat swords into plowshares, arrested
A just war
The ins and outs of Unitarian universalism
Mission: Mormonism
God as the source of all being
Why I don't eat pork
Are we playing God?
Growing up without god
Shopping for god
Mall replaces god
Be still and know that I am god
Protesting American mentoring of oppression
Looking beyond the uniform: getting to know CC security guard Mike Sanchez
VOX: new student voice on campus
Film review: 8 mile
Misha Calvert: cynic, anti-socialite, goddess


Vol. 6 No. 5 Feb 2003

Letters to the editor & opinions
The world speaks out
Big brother INS starts tracking international students
Old but new: the draft may not be a piece of the past much longer
Prison reform panel addresses problems, incorporates community
New wages for low-wage workers?
Everything you buy is already obsolete
Real economics: farmers driving the rolls royces
American consumerism really is taking over the world: reflections from Chile
The children of the street: a fresh perspective
Pope creates new mysteries and new hope
Campus Sustainability
Good vibrations: best of c-springs sex shops
Son of god found in loomis
Sophomore releases new album
Bowling for columbine
A simple new year's resolution
Mischa Calvert: cynic extrordinare


Vol. 6 No. 6 March 2003

Sexist rush posters irresponsible
Tofu flavored vegan condoms at the sage?
National security strategy will only breed more hate and terror
Posters raise awareness of sexual assault
To fight or not to fight…that is the question
Living non-violence
CC ahimsa film series
Nuclear peace?
Islam in political cartoons
Cinematic archtypes
Dodging the draft: Canada and beyond
International students on a war in Iraq
Beer and progress: working towards a brighter future
Here comes the drag ball
Growing student movement gives a ray of hope
Mtv cartoon portrays a new Gandhi
New holiday born out of hypocrisy
Recipe: vegan marinara
Misha's got all the answers


Vol. 6 No. 7 April 2003

Monster chili fest rocks CC
KRCC-are you listening?
Fighting racism with humor
Affirmative action please
Labeling lifestyles
Losing diversity with college
"hippies" at CC
Classroom diversity
Consequences of April fools
4-1-03: rally against hate
4-2-03: rally against fear
Comedians confront date rape
America's obsession with war
War and ice cream in Argentina
I wish I was proud to be an American: arts, crafts, & the Iraq war in Mexico
Supporting the troops or the war? Living in a military community in Germany
Mixed feelings on war from Massachusetts
Top ten ways to think outside the box at CC
Recipe: banana foster
Misha, little miss know-it-all


Vol. 6 No. 8 May 2003

Da Vinci, eat your heart out
Reflections from the chief
Courage under fire
Where does the money go?
Film examines CC socioeconomics
Best ways to save money at CC
Debt: the burden of graduation
Money for thought
Workers march on may day
How much financial aid can you get?
Want to be invisible at CC? try working here
Cutting taxes…health care, education
The search for identity: wealth or the world community
Slavery thrives in America
Synergy house
Supporting troops while protesting war?
A cool soup for a hot dat
Dear mrs. Cynical: no money, mo problems

(here begins third Cipher book; 2003-2004

Vol. 7 No. 1 Sept 2003

Editor's note: saluting sustainability
The power of heart: Celeste and sustainability
Synergy: living on campus in sustainable community
Gender segregation in Saudi Arabia
Rollin' on Justice
Sustainable
CC enacts new recycling program (but does it work?)
Bush nominates fishy friend for EPA
Too close to home: sexual violence and the CC campus
Staying Sane: the story behind Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners
NSO trips: making Rastall burgers look oh, so good
Student Life in Tanzania
Hold onto your tastebuds: CC gourmet gives Rastall a makeover
Dear Misha, sustainably savvy self-proclaimed advice whore
Saul Williams slams into performance art scene


Vol. 7 No. 2 Oct 2003

Letter to the editor: punishing the victim of a CC stalking
Rediscovering war - rediscovering futility
Fear and the media
The end of a frightening legacy
Howard Dean wants change
Death and the CC campus
Havana - city of paradox
Why trash Greek life? A new look at CC sororities
Fighting good phobias: the Dale Street café
On being ultra hard-core: two CC students conquer a marathon
NATO protest: many hope for change amidst a lame protest
NATO in a nutshell

Vol. 7 No. 3 Nov 2003

White supremacy in Colorado Springs
How escaping the meal plan and hot stock tips can make you rich, just like Bush
No bus to miss: why sprawl sucks the steam out of C-springs public transit
Rabid republican spotted on campus
You may say that I'm a dreamer…
Slavery today
No water is your water
It's naked time
Adventures in biodiesel
Saudi Arabia Scoreboard
A walk down alternative media lane
Generous beyond empathy
Then god created breakfast - and it was good


Vol. 7 No. 4 Dec 2003

Vouchers: a broad vision for public schools that might just destroy them
Detainees caught in U.S. government's legal black hole
Auschwitz survivor brings courage and compassion into hearts of CC students
Protesting the school of Americas
Bush signs controversial act to ban partial birth abortions
Religion inc - corporate Christianity in Colorado Springs
Healthy forest act smacks lumberjacks
In a Muslim country with Bush in the white house? Not as bad as you might think
Transatlanticism: we've heard better


Vol. 7 No. 5 Feb 2004

The new voters project this Colorado College
Pikes peak media reform
Rhythm and brews at the coffeehouse
Francis Bok is speaking for the silenced
Nigger: investigating the exportation of slang through hip-hop
Arte con la vida: Cuban art is alive and well
Cd baby: go ahead, spoil the little delinquent in you
Does audio theft pay? To whom, how much, and should you care?
Music and freedom in the Czech Republic
C. Springs music isn't dead: scenester Adam Leech tells you why.
Punk's long, slow death
Apathy and activism in music today
What's love got to do with it?

Vol. 7 No. 6 March 2004

Gay Marriage
The end is near: pentagon report offers no solutions
One man's castle haven
Escaping paradise
CC's silent habit; cocaine use on the Colorado college campus
Man versus monument
Call of the wild; mission: wolf bring wolves back to Colorado College
Taking the low road?: Subaru sneaks by emission standards
Humanity in a salt crystal: Colorado salt monument puts life into perspective
Hotornot.com for the meaning of life
Want to break out of the CC music bubble?

Vol. 7 No. 8

Laverkin's Inception
Welcome to Laverkin
The other, sinister Laverkin
A profile of the laverkin worldview
Ecotourism invades Machu Pichu
Ode to Delia: how to fail in the Peruvian dating scene
Trip yields greater appreciation of US legal system
Chiquita bananas and consumer power
…of a white girl in Harlem
Christianity and change in Mexigo
Finding faith in faith
Social implications of glass
Book review: "pigs at the trough" tackles corporate greed
Can nonviolence work?
Superbia! The sustainable answer to suburbia
Steal my face? Getting your identity stolen
Steal your face! And how to steal it back
Rally for reproductive rights: Washington, D.C.
Rally for unity in diversity: Colorado College
The peace candidate: Dennis Kucinich speaks in Manitou Springs
Hilda's Peace: after a war-torn childhood and a marriage wrecked by cancer, Hilda finds peace mopping Mathias.
Fighting fires brings insight

(here begins next book sept. 2004-may 2005)

Vol.8 No. 1 Sept. 2004

The third man: Ralph Nader
Paradoxes of the election
Deaths at the border
The confrontational evangelist: Jed Smock meets head on with CC
Tejon Street market: a healthy alternative
What does "certified organic" mean?
Working for the man
Silver night
Film review: silver city
Bringing back the barbeque
Traveling to find a deeper understanding
Records you ain't heard (of)

Vol. 8 No. 2 Oct 2004

So ma, who ya votin' for? A look at what determines how CC is voting
Colorado becomes a swing state
Who's who on the ballot
Profiles of local candidates
Beyond Bush & Kerry
You go girl! Candidates' wives get their share of the spotlight in this year's election
Youngster voters rally
For political clout
In praise of Bush
Rebel with a cause
Senator mountains?
Conquering Columbus day
Making voices heard
(wind) power to the people
Exploring some of the ballot's fine print
Out Foxed
Japanese vampire princess miyu battles the Transylvanian count Dracula
Punk and Politico
Film review: what the fuck is what the bleep?

Vol. 8 No. 3

Manifest your own destiny
Reflections on self-delusion
CC responds to the elections
Twilight democracy: canvassing incites disillusion and passion
Tell me this isn't fraud 2004
Partnership for civic engagement helps protect election integrity
Michael Merrifield - heartened democrat
Coffeehouse? Coffeehome!
Church and state: the evangelical vote
Investigating the future of sustainable agriculture
A political where's waldo?
Richard Florida's creative class
CC profile: Al Smith
Records you ain't heard (of)

Vol. 8 No. 4 Dec. 2004

Urban peak launches new outreach shelter downtown
Problem as platform: dialogue with senior GOP enthusiast Mathew Placzek
Facilitating peace in downtown Colorado Springs
Community Profile
The ethics of class 3 arms dealing: cipher speaks to the "dragonman"
Cara Degette - empassioned editor
Joe Rosemblum soccer tournament '04
Environmentalists & community churches unite for a healthy future
Recycling is no joke
School of the Americas protest
Plan Colombia, to end internal strife
Oil: start thinking about it before it's too late
Combating holiday consumerism
Art review: Robert Doisneau
The war on squirrels


Vol. 8 No. 5 Feb. 2005

Racing with an Iditarod champion
Life on the ice: a CC student recounts adventures in Antarctica
Iqbal Akhtar - cultural commentator
Vietnam day to day: CC student learns to cross the street
Through the cracks of the world
Rio's other side: a visit to Brazilian favelas
Women in Thai Buddhist society
Investigating disabilities in the Czech Republic and at home
Finding companionship in piazza castello
A place called home
Anecdotes on cultural insensitivity
Sappho pulled from winter ball
Le bouffant electric showcase faux fabulousness at CC
International album review


Vol. 8 No. 6 Mar. 2005

What's left unsaid
What you don't know about the g-word
Thinking like a soldier
Respectfully discussing race!
God, song & love in Chicago
Eating disorders at CC
Affirmative action at CC: beyond checking the box
Roma: a nation without a homeland
Interview: Cari Davis - devoted advocate
Silent sex: voicing what goes unsaid
The next round's on CCCA?
The toilet paper: no dumping ground
Housing faq's
Photo essay: landless rural workers movement of BrazilNew perspective at the world social forum
Growing up CC
Leave your clothes behind
Costa Rica: the land of eternal water
The dhrupad tradition brings classic Indian music to CC
Accidental racism
Records you ain't heard (of)
Peace happens: April 9th-17th


Vol. 8 No. 7 Apr. 2005

Cultural ignorance must end
Housing beyond the gender binary
Learning from the world: CC civic engagement initiative
Consent
Financial facts: the skinny on financial aid
Class conflicts confront campus
Peace happens: a conscientious dialogue
Patricia Verdugo: journalist, author and human rights activist
Must science and culture clash?
Deconstructing graduation
Cash and class: Colorado College and the problem of money
Abortion
Humanizing abortion
Keeping condoms in the classroom
Catalyst runs pro-life insert
Interview: Michael Sheridan - faithful leader
The senior thesis experience
Pastor/activist John Fife discusses evangelical renewal and NGO smuggling
Join my music revolution
Iron and wine: one man band
Thievin'; crime and scandal in the shadow of pikes peak
Hey Mr. iPod, how 'bout a conversation
Indie is, indie ain't: examining an oft-misunderstoof notion
Records you ain't heard (of)


Vol. 8 No. 8 May 2005

Furniture
Two Nights at the Navajo Hogan
Pitchin' tents for free speech
Thoughts and actions
Arab, the new black.
Jewish remembering, Jewish forgetting
God cured my hangover
Your body is a stage: and you perform
Mason Jennings Interview
Readership survey demands improvement
Opposing visual realities of U.S. - Mexico relations
The elephant in the corner: CC employee brings suicide support group to campus
Wild children of wine country
Dreaming the impossible dream
Listen up and tune in
Five girls and a lot of white cloth: installation art and the film fest
Records you ain't heard (of)

(here begins new book; Sept. 2005- May 2006)

Vol. 9 No. 1 Sept. 2005

Museum of misinformation
Behind the brochure: putting race on the table
Interview with Dick Celeste
Raising the bar: CC's push towards prestige
Corporate smart street art
Victory day in Russia
Victory gardens for 2005
Relief effort gone wrong: a response to disaster (mis) management
Slinging mud in a drowning city
"This is a desperate SOS"
Where's my shadow government
Religion in Washington, DC
Car talk: interview with Dave Solon, car dealer
Volunteering in Peru
Charles Price serves up more than just omelettes
Not the hindenburh
Infinite regress
Life is getting better, thanks to R. Kelley
Jazz wasn't dead but you just killed it

Vol. 9 No. 2 Oct. 2005

Back to school: John Gudvangen runs for district 11 school board
Abstaining from campaigning
Out with the "rachet" - the deal on referenda c & d
Crashing the party
In the middle of the aftermath
The Africa center: a holistic approach to a new Zimbabwe
Standing up to genocide in Darfur
Organic is…
Small farms make a big difference
Addressing the organic craze
The lesser of two evils?
Not your average herb 'n' farm; urban agriculture in Chicago
Herman hamburger
Four reasons to go vegan
Vegan recipes to make your mouth water
Getting gourmet
Viva la agricultural revolution
Faith, fasting, celebration
Hot pocket: a philosophical inquiry
King of the wild frontier
Foxily, furtively, futuristically
Infinite regress
The inherently false question of public space
Considering Tutt
Techno that doesn't go boompty-bomp in the night
Aih is aok
Jazz wasn't dead but you just killed it

Vol. 9 No. 3 Nov. 2005

Problems with protest: college questions camp case on legality of protests
Biodiesel: greasing the way to a veggie-powered future
Megan Vasquez: night out complicates campus race issues for CC student
Reporting from Iraq
Real estate : rentals and sublets
Homeless, teenage, and pregnant
Greek life in strife
New TESSA programs focus on ending gender violence before it starts
Savio house lends a hand keeping Colorado families together
Communal lives of love - Manitou community brews strong mate
Synergy home
Criminalizing poverty?
Caught on tape: filming pandhandlers and fleeing from the police in Chicago
On life and law
The eleventh night of rioting in Paris, France
Home in Colorado, home in Russia
The real Latin America
It's cheaper in bulk: tales of the socially responsible shopping cart
Infinite regress: experiments and trash boundaries
Sounds of liberation
Sing in the temple of the lord Packard

Vol. 9 No. 4 Dec. 2005

God hates windmills
Lost in immigration
Re-evaluating woman's labor
Economics of cannabis 101
I'm spiritual, not religious
The labyrinth: not just for David Bowie
Actively Christian at Colorado College
No sex(uality) in church
Voices on faith speak out for choice
Scientology for sale
Conversion is conformity
Faith-based investing
Free healthcare for uninsured
Comrades of America
Not your typical Sunday mass
Spreading Judaism in Colorado
Christ cashes in
Budding Buddhists at CC
Earthquake in Pakistan and Kashmir
Unsilent night
Jazz wasn't dead, but you just killed it
Master of the spoon and four track
Artsploitation

Vol.9 No. 5 Feb. 2006

Boobs to ascend the west buttress
A history of justice and abortion in America
Funding equal education
What the travel brochures don't say
When Buddha looks into a microscope
Fashion show '06
CC Style
Comdomania: everywhere except the bedroom
Take two steps towards you
N'a deja pas vu
Energy aesthetics
Beauty alive, kicking in Caucasus mountains
It's the journey, not the sicky gnar
They yelled fire and nobody fled
Buscando en la basura
The victory of hamas
In cold blood
A brief excursion in the avant-garde
Extremely overrated and incredibly manipulative
Melt your face
Whole, 2003
Behind enemy lines, 2001

Vol.9 No.6 March 2006

KRCC at a crossroads
Printer from the past
Mardigras in Manitou
BDSM and feminism?
Experts at play
HA HA HA: the psychology of laughter
Mom, I'm majoring in religion
Soy what?
Cash for coffee
The cinema of kiarostami
Peter max sux
Part eurotrash part future: euromotion defies all logic
Le principe de plaisir: from paris with vocoders

Vol. 9 No.6 Apr. 2006

Not what the doctor ordered
Nonsense (nbrenner)
Show me the money
Orcs, elves, and dwarves, oh my!
Peace corps fights off military
Sioux falls, South Dakota and the abortion ban
Professors obsessed: passions of faculty
Jesus was a punk
Dragball '06
Listen to the music
And the music changed me
Candy freak-out
Wolf eyes: the interview
Memoir madness: tips for living a lie and writing about it!
Insomiac fever
Unleash the drum machine?

Vol. 9 No. 8 May, 2006

Two students discuss the war in Iraq
English in America
Making a habit of peace
Rally to end genocide
Joysticks for justice
Baghdad zoo
Self abuse
Bacchae in Baghdad
Peaceful jihad
Fighting for the right to farm
Down and derby
Colorado College film festival 2006
From the future and back again
Llamapalooza
Llamas in carhartts
Top 10 hip-hop albums of all time
If she were any quieter she'd be dead


Vol. 10 No. 1 Sep. 2006

When god turns green
Colorado elections: a jump to the left?
Viva la raza
The worst place on earth
Memorializing creativity
Covering war
This is Alex and that it me
Who died a virgin or…broke as a joke
"shutup before icut your face and nobody gonna want to fuck your ugly cunt"
JV's advice on the music industry
Contextual sex

Vol. 10 No. 2 Oct. 2006

Capturing Columbus: his legacy in the new world today
The grim safari
Single house, many hands
Jerusalem at dawn
Fighting for gay rights from the right
Out of left field
Choose your own laws: a guide to referendum votes for this election
Resolve
Ask me about 9/11
All in the family
Running in circles
The whorled cup
Hipsters to hippies
LOW
Your mom doesn't want to know about your blowjob technique
Contextual sex
Reflections of Chicago

Vol. 10 No.3 Nov. 2006

Ted is haggard…but God still loves him
A student and the cc conduct committee struggle to uphold justice
Dangerous laughs
Crossing: part 1: in spitting distance of the American dream
Gossip
Old ghosts never die, they only get crazier
Remembering tragedies, dispelling rumors
Beyond romancing at Rastall
Noel Black, phoenix of Colorado Springs media dusts himself off and tries again
The achingly beautiful films of Brent Green
Contextual sex

Vol. 10 No.4 Dec. 2006

If you believe in equal rights, clap your hands!
Why Christianity has failed us
Crossing: part two: in America
The travels of Jacqueline Lundquist: an interview with CC's first lady
"Has superior crayola expression"
Reaching long range
Follow the LEED-er
The annals of CC discipline
Regarding student conduct; students write in
The block and the rock: CC admissions shifts its vision
We keep our genius exclusive
Not to learn, but to unlearn
Buy well, feel good
Golden eggs and ground beans
Abstinence-only sex education is only trying to fuck you
Fallout shelters do it better
Contextual sex

Vol. 10 No.5 Feb. 2007

The fair trade farce
Life after war
Why male, why white, why Patagonia, why gnar?
Fags and families
Notes from S. Africa: drafting a family's historical roadmap
The dilapidated American dream
Rig sick
Names contain multitudes
White gold: I laugh so I don't have to cry
Contextual sex
Towards a progressive marsalistics
The first boy band to waste all of their earnings on cigarettes, since 1933

Vol. 10 No.6 Mar. 2007

And there is evening and there is morning, and next come the creatures
In defense of fair trade
The problem with STAND
Divestment in Darfur
Alanza's spellwork: an interview with Manitou's clairsentient psychic
America's sweetheart Charlotte Moroz interviews Ted Haggard's better half
Boron-brenner lets his freak flag fry
Tulsa succumbed to a case or historical amnesia, and then came the Dictaphone
Postcards from Costa Rica
Ad caelestis per aspera
A map and two ships passing
Counting the pounds and melting your face
If you get hungry, you can make a tortilla out of your earrings
Did you ski every 14er in Colorado last year?
Scavenger extraordinaire
Disneyland on a daily basis
Speed bus: Leath Tonino rides the free shuttle
Anna Hines journal entries
Wearing your heart on your Nalgene
God can be erotic
Asteroid 2004 MN4 or 99942 Apophis?
In the stacks

Vol. 10 No.7 Apr. 2007

David Mason on his new verse-novel
The cost of silence
The definition of empowerment
On the historiography of sexuality
Its time to take back the night
Anna Hines journal
Those hallowed years when sex allegedly flows free and liberated like refuse in Monument Creek
From the mouth of babes
Third rider
A doctor's visit unlike any other
Radio conspiracy against circumstance
All the titty-shaking you could ask for
But you can't wipe your friends
As revulsion by candlestick
Contextual sex
Birth control without the pills

Vol. 10 No.8 May, 2007

There is no liberty, only Columbia
Lost House
The elephant and the chain
Interview with Jose Raul Esquibel
Lost: identity, found #26
Random stuff
The Denver Odyssey
Lost and found: St. Petersberg
Letter to Sheena
New-Life's Easter Pageant
Contextual sex
Pongo-dog


Vol. 11, No. 1, Sept. 2007

Out of Context
On the Constitution(s), protests, police in a "city of hate"
Pining for Pinon Canyon
A fated portrait of the city dying
Nevada Avenue
Mistakes can be fixed easier than you'd think
Eating with integrity
This is how we is
The King and Queen of the Prince of Blades
The City that Built God
Magic Hour
CC student filmmakers out on the town
Album review and history lesson too

Vol. 11, No. 2, Oct. 2007

Out of context
Responding to institutionalized racism at CC
Living between lines
A Cipher Interview: Lesbians can get pregnant, too; a mid-nineties homemade insemination
Landing Liberal Learning
The Future of the Human Race
Mr.Penrose's Giraffes
Under the Radar and Inside the E.R.
The Cost of Birth
A History of Illegitimacy: Nine Deadbeat Fathers (and One Mother) Throughout History
Rethinking the Springboard

Vol. 11, No.3, Nov. 2007

Out of Context
Nuclear Power and the Battle for Western New Mexico
Colorado's Uranium News
Coming to You: A letter from CC alumnus Thomas Barry: International Admission Counselor
Professors Reflect on the Soap Box in History
Controversial Investments: how a college takes a stance on national and international matters
Summer 1968: Colorado College supported two of its students to travel, research, and photograph in Vietnam, Southeast Asia. The war was still moving.
Leaders of the Packs?
Sex Offenders in Colorado Springs
A Cipher Interview: Gary Gilson on the current state of media in the U.S. and ethical dilemmas it faces
Spray it, Don't Say It
Gray Matters: how we talk and think about rape
The advantages of soap: a critique of science education at CC
Advice
Big Problems: interviews with preschoolers at CC Childrens' Center
Declaracion de Derechos

Vol. 11, No.4, Dec. 2007

The Cipher Concordance
Out of Context
A Story about Meth
Fog of War: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and the consequences of the U.S.'s uncertain mission in Iraq
Letter from Iowa: Body talk and how to be the next president
Beasts among Kin
La Lengua Sin Fronteras/ The Boundless Tongue
Speak, Monkey
Blast from the Cipher Past! On Psychoanalysis and Speech Therapy
Traveling Words: An etymological expedition concerning English words of Arabic and Persian origin
Christian Duelism: how progressives are taking back the bible
Speechless: activism and the art of silence
Clique-tionary
Cipher Book Reviews
Cat Got Your Tongue? Lessons in the semantics of quantum mechanics
Beowulf: the movie
Una Vida Sola: un cuento breve para los ninos

Vol. 11, No.5, Feb. 2008

Out of Context
Drilling Threatens Baca national Wildlife Refuge
Soy: the cultural and economic impact of genetically modified soy on small farms in Northern Argentina
City of Doors: crossing arbitrary borders on the disputed island of Cyprus
Small Wonder: the seductive little Nano
Riding That Train
Slow Train Coming
T-Town's Tendrils
Pikes Peak Motors: a photo essay
Tejon Goes Two Ways
Cold Case Cooper
A Cipher Interview: Thirty years of walking across the Atlantic
Toll Roads on the Internet Super-Highway
Everything Old Is New Again

Vol. 10 No.6 March 2007

And there is evening and there is morning, and next come the creatures
In defense of fair trade
The problem with STAND
Divestment in Darfur
Alanza's spellwork: an interview with Manitou's clairsentient psychic
America's sweetheart Charlotte Moroz interviews Ted Haggard's better half
Boron-brenner lets his freak flag fry
Tulsa succumbed to a case or historical amnesia, and then came the Dictaphone
Postcards from Costa Rica
Ad caelestis per aspera
A map and two ships passing
Counting the pounds and melting your face
If you get hungry, you can make a tortilla out of your earrings
Did you ski every 14er in Colorado last year?
Scavenger extraordinaire
Disneyland on a daily basis
Speed bus: Leath Tonino rides the free shuttle
Anna Hines journal entries
Wearing your heart on your Nalgene
God can be erotic
Asteroid 2004 MN4 or 99942 Apophis?
In the stacks

Vol. 10 No.7 April 2007

David Mason on his new verse-novel
The cost of silence
The definition of empowerment
On the historiography of sexuality
Its time to take back the night
Anna Hines journal
Those hallowed years when sex allegedly flows free and liberated like refuse in Monument Creek
From the mouth of babes
Third rider
A doctor's visit unlike any other
Radio conspiracy against circumstance
All the titty-shaking you could ask for
But you can't wipe your friends
As revulsion by candlestick
Contextual sex
Birth control without the pills

Vol. 10 No.8 May, 2007

There is no liberty, only Columbia
Lost House
The elephant and the chain
Interview with Jose Raul Esquibel
Lost: identity, found #26
Random stuff
The Denver Odyssey
Lost and found: St. Petersberg
Letter to Sheena
New-Life's Easter Pageant
Contextual sex
Pongo-dog


Vol. 11, No. 1, Sept. 2007

Out of Context
On the Constitution(s), protests, police in a "city of hate"
Pining for Pinon Canyon
A fated portrait of the city dying
Nevada Avenue
Mistakes can be fixed easier than you'd think
Eating with integrity
This is how we is
The King and Queen of the Prince of Blades
The City that Built God
Magic Hour
CC student filmmakers out on the town
Album review and history lesson too

Vol. 11, No. 2, Oct. 2007

Out of context
Responding to institutionalized racism at CC
Living between lines
A Cipher Interview: Lesbians can get pregnant, too; a mid-nineties homemade insemination
Landing Liberal Learning
The Future of the Human Race
Mr.Penrose's Giraffes
Under the Radar and Inside the E.R.
The Cost of Birth
A History of Illegitimacy: Nine Deadbeat Fathers (and One Mother) Throughout History
Rethinking the Springboard

Vol. 11, No.3, Nov. 2007

Out of Context
Nuclear Power and the Battle for Western New Mexico
Colorado's Uranium News
Coming to You: A letter from CC alumnus Thomas Barry: International Admission Counselor
Professors Reflect on the Soap Box in History
Controversial Investments: how a college takes a stance on national and international matters
Summer 1968: Colorado College supported two of its students to travel, research, and photograph in Vietnam, Southeast Asia. The war was still moving.
Leaders of the Packs?
Sex Offenders in Colorado Springs
A Cipher Interview: Gary Gilson on the current state of media in the U.S. and ethical dilemmas it faces
Spray it, Don't Say It
Gray Matters: how we talk and think about rape
The advantages of soap: a critique of science education at CC
Advice
Big Problems: interviews with preschoolers at CC Childrens' Center
Declaracion de Derechos

Vol. 11, No.4, Dec. 2007

The Cipher Concordance
Out of Context
A Story about Meth
Fog of War: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and the consequences of the U.S.'s uncertain mission in Iraq
Letter from Iowa: Body talk and how to be the next president
Beasts among Kin
La Lengua Sin Fronteras/ The Boundless Tongue
Speak, Monkey
Blast from the Cipher Past! On Psychoanalysis and Speech Therapy
Traveling Words: An etymological expedition concerning English words of Arabic and Persian origin
Christian Duelism: how progressives are taking back the bible
Speechless: activism and the art of silence
Clique-tionary
Cipher Book Reviews
Cat Got Your Tongue? Lessons in the semantics of quantum mechanics
Beowulf: the movie
Una Vida Sola: un cuento breve para los ninos

Vol. 11, No.5, Feb. 2008

Out of Context
Drilling Threatens Baca national Wildlife Refuge
Soy: the cultural and economic impact of genetically modified soy on small farms in Northern Argentina
City of Doors: crossing arbitrary borders on the disputed island of Cyprus
Small Wonder: the seductive little Nano
Riding That Train
Slow Train Coming
T-Town's Tendrils
Pikes Peak Motors: a photo essay
Tejon Goes Two Ways
Cold Case Cooper
A Cipher Interview: Thirty years of walking across the Atlantic
Toll Roads on the Internet Super-Highway
Everything Old Is New Again

Vol.11, No.6, March 2008

Out of Context
The Little Country that Could
Molecular Machines
Revolting
Micro-Michelangelo
Our Little Friends
Eggs-as-People
On Microfinancing
Prefab Shipping Containers
"You're No Nadir, M'Dear"
A Short Treatise on Micro-Sleep
Strings and Things

Vol.11, No.7, April 2008

Out of Context
Pollen Nation
Una Caminata en el Camino de Santiago: In Praise of Slowness
The Bridge Over the Sana
Watson Winners
Searching for the Gay Gene
Queer Labelling
Generational Terminology
Two Cipher Interviews On: Being a Man's Man, Anonyminity, & Gender
Album Review: Antony and the Johnsons
From Exploited Subculture to Demographic Target
Pregnant Paternity
Self-Portrait Nudes
Conversation: What does it mean to be politically queer?
A Place for All: Colorado College's Gender-Neutral Housing Program

Vol.11, No.8, May 2008

Out of Context
Language as a barrier to news
Cold Case Cooper: A Tantalizing Update
The twenty-four-hour mate stint ends at fifteen hours after much hubbub with the regulars
Photo essay on the Whitney Electric Building
Tuition Hike
Free Food! A "Freegan's" Next Meal
2.5 bolivares Fuertes to the dollar: on spending money to save money in Venezuela
Funding Solar Energy: a student's effort to green campus
Of Pear Trees, Goats, and Entrepreneurship
When Plastic Takes Over: credit cards and gold cards factor into student purchases
Changing Perceptions of Change

   
 
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