All posts by Southeast Express

SPECIAL COVERAGE: An issue of access

Voting can challenge those with disabilities; resources, support help bridge the gap By Kit Waggoner Special to the Southeast Express For some disabled voters it can be impossible to go to polling places, to understand the legalese used for ballot measures or even to fill

SPECIAL COVERAGE: Pulse of the presidential

Here’s what some college students have to say about the 2016 election and their voting habits By Bryan Ruminski Special to the Southeast Express On Nov. 8, 2016, Republican Donald J. Trump won the presidential election. The results are still debated today. We conducted a

SPECIAL COVERAGE: ‘College’ class

A look at the Electoral College … and how it could change By Lacey Berig Special to the Southeast Express The Electoral College has become controversial. The National Archives and Records Administration website says, “The Electoral College is a process, not a place.” It is

A heart for Southeast

Pastor Ben Anderson, CDC on community-focused mission By Erinn Callahan Special to the Southeast Express Pastor Ben Anderson’s personal and professional philosophy is best summed up by a quote plastered on the Solid Rock Christian Center meeting room. “Some of you will rebuild the ancient

Pedal power

Taking a tour of Southeast Colorado Springs in the most scenic of ways … on a bicycle By Lily Reavis The Southeast Express Allen Beauchamp has one goal: getting “more butts on bikes, more often, safely.” Beauchamp has been involved in the local cycling scene

If he had a hammer

Teen finds life passion through work with Concrete Couch Clay Bussanich, a 2019 graduate of The Classical Academy College Pathways (TCACP) in Southeast, has interned with Concrete Couch for four summers in a row.  On June 11, Concrete Couch raised a giant structure of a

Coyote’s howl

Concrete Couch undergoes new (green) beginning By Lily Reavis The Southeast Express The lot at 1100 S. Royer St. in Southeast Colorado Springs sat undeveloped for years. The combination of a busy train track as the primary neighbor, lack of an on-site water source and