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The Continuing Fall of Activision Blizzard

Activision Blizzard is in free fall. It’s stock has fallen more than 10% in the last week. It’s two largest partners, Xbox and Playstation have both publicly stated that they are re-evaluating their working relationships with the gaming giant. Playstation even removed Call of Duty:

Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict: Not Guilty

On Friday Kyle Rittenhouse, 18, was acquitted of all charges regarding the deadly shootings that happened last summer in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He was accused of killing two people and shooting another during a protest after a White Kenosha police officer shot Jacob Blake, a Black

An Inside View: BSG Co-President Nayomi Neelangal

The Round Table sat down with one of the current Co-Presidents of Beloit Student Government (BSG), Nayomi Neelangal’22. Neelangal’s year-long term is coming to an end, as the election for the next BSG president closes at midnight, Tuesday night. The new presidents will take over

Independent News for the Community

For three Beloit students, the year 2020 was a whirlwind news cycle between COVID, racial protests, and a presidential election; information was flying everywhere, and not all of it accurate and accessible. The result in the Beloit community is “Beloit Citizen Media”, the brainchild of

Watch Your Head! Sky Carp Incoming!

It is official ladies and gentlemen, the turtle is no longer in its shell. After originally starting out as the Beloit Brewers in their inaugural year back in 1994, they later changed their name to the Snappers. 27 years later, it was time for another

I Heard You Got That Water. Splash.

Migos said it best: “Splash.” That’s what happened Saturday afternoon as the Buccaneer’s took on Eureka College in Eureka. Beloit let them have it from deep. Yes, you read that right the Buccaneers found absolute gold from downtown, hitting eight threes in the game compared