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Yearly Archives: 2016

Harassment rampant in academic anthropology

Editor’s Note: Along with listed author Ryan Jacquemet, this piece was penned by Courtney Bingham, Jiming Song, Haylee Rose Irwin and Leanna Miller. Introduction In recent years, stories of sexual harassment, sexual assault and sexism in academia have become more prevalent and have captured the attention

Students push for disability advocacy

This article was originally published on Dec. 7, 2015. College presents unique challenges, often taking a strain on a person’s mental and physical health, and exacerbating existing conditions. This makes disability advocacy an urgent need for many students — though the College has not always

Diane Hendricks deepens ties to Trump, GOP elites

Diane Hendricks, the billionaire chairperson of ABC Supply and a member of the board of trustees at Beloit College, was recently named to Donald Trump’s Presidential Inaugural Committee after donating nearly $2 million to support Trump and serving as a member of Trump’s economic advisory

The Round Table’s Top 5 Albums of 2016

2016 has been an unadultered shitstorm, from beginning to end. But through it all, there has been one continual solace: music. From Animal Collective to David Bowie to Radiohead, many of music’s biggest names — young and old — released new material this year, giving

USC wins dramatic NCAA women’s soccer championship

Sixty-four teams started in the NCAA DI Women’s soccer tournament three weeks ago, leading to an exciting College Cup, which includes the final four teams of the tournament. The semi-final games were thrillling with Georgetown taking on the University of Southern California and North Carolina

Office of the presidency has lacked accountability for decades

As the U.S. and world braces itself for the incoming presidency of Donald Trump, many organizations, factions and individuals have been arguing for “accountability” with regards to the new administration. But given the recent history of the presidency, one has to wonder if that accountability

Gallery ABBA opens Hugo Alvarez’s recent works

This article was originally published on Nov. 23, 2015. As the first snowflakes started falling on Friday, Nov. 20, students found a refuge in the glowing Gallery ABBA building downtown to witness the opening of Hugo Alvarez’16’s art exhibition “Recent Works.” A food table was

Satire: Oppression of white males at Beloit has gone too far

Trump’s presidential win is bound to inspire exciting national change. Americans across the country celebrated, believing finally that this country can truly be great again. With the dawn of a Trump presidency, perhaps we can finally get back to what’s truly American: white power. Heartbreakingly,