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Daily Archives: September 19, 2016

Explosion in New York City leaves 29 injured

A powerful explosion rippled through the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City on Saturday night, injuring at least 29 people. So far, no major terrorist organizations have claimed responsibility for the blast. Authorities were going through surveillance footage, speaking with witnesses and examining components of

Panel offers insight into Islamic head covering

Amid rising tensions over worldwide multiculturalism and religious fundamentalism, Islamic head covering remains a complex and often misunderstood issue. Four professors offered their cultural, political and historical knowledge on the controversial topic at a panel called Burkini Blues in Richardson Auditorium the afternoon of Monday,

Review: ‘The Divine Feminine’ – Mac Miller

It would appear that Mac Miller is not keen on plateauing anytime soon. The former frat rap star has continued his dramatic artistic evolution with The Divine Feminine, a tightly wound concept album centered around the endlessly fascinating topic of love. Miller’s last LP, GO:OD

Who the Buc are you?: Running back Mason Dixon

This week, The Round Table sat down to talk with Bucs running back, Mason Dixon’17. The captain has an exceptional number of accolades from his first three seasons at Beloit, including 2nd team All Midwest Conference in both 2014 and 2015, Beloit College Male Freshman

Beloit College dance team begins

In the spring of 2016, the new Beloit College Dance Team graced the campus with their talent. The founder and captain of the team, Jen Widmer, sought to provide a creative outlet where students were able to continue to hone their abilities, spread school spirit,

NCAA moves 7 championship games in protest of North Carolina law

On Monday, Sept. 13, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced that it would be relocating all seven championship events from North Carolina during the 2016-2017 academic year because of the state’s controversial ‘bathroom law’. The organization said that the law did not align with