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Monthly Archives: September 2016

Who the Buc are you?: Abby Gessell dishes on volleyball

This week, The Round Table sat down with the volleyball team’s libero, Abby Gessell. So far, Gessell leads the defense with an outstanding 193 digs and is at the top of the team with 21 service aces. Gessell also earned the first Midwest Conference Defensive Player

College football season full of twists, turns

As the leaves turn brilliant colors of red, yellow and orange, and the brisk air of autumn rolls in we are reminded that the college football season is upon us. For a few weeks each year millions marvel as teams from across the country face

Fantasy football gets tough in week 4

Scoreboard: I figured I’d add my weekly scores here, mostly just so I can brag about my wins so far. Look forward to this section vanishing after my first loss. Week 1: Win, 120-67. Week 2: Win, 163-88. Week 3: Ongoing – too close to

College to monitor, reduce energy

When you hear about sustainable living, you often hear the same things about energy conservation, like turning off the lights when you leave a room, or unplugging devices. But other than checking the energy bill every month, it’s difficult for the average consumer to determine

Senior on the street: Ellie Waddle

The Round Table sat down with Ellie Waddle, an  anthropology major from St. Paul, MN. — Joel Seabury-Kolod The Round Table: Do you waddle to all of your destinations? Ellie Waddle: Oh my god, no. I actually bike most places right now. RT: Are you

South Beloit decision critical

By virtue of the fact that this article will appear in the Op-Ed portion of The Round Table, you know there will be a bias present in the piece. However, I am extremely biased regarding the situation with the South Beloit Police and especially the