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Monthly Archives: October 2018

Truk’t: Bang for your buk’t?

Stepping under the emerald lights and enveloped in the velvet wallpaper, Truk’t and its friendly workers immediately welcome you into their bustling bar and restaurant. With a menu made for tequila and taco lovers, your taste buds are in for a tasty surprise. We started

Commons and DKs work incredibly hard to provide us food

Midterms are a time when students are both reflecting on everything they have learned so far and what their experience has been like so far in the semester. Many aspects of students day-to-day life have changed slightly since budget cuts affected the college this year.

Meet the horrifying new mascot for the Philadelphia Flyers: Gritty

Like a cross between Maurice Sendak drawing, a monster from Chinese mythology, and LA Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner, Philadelphia Flyers mascot Gritty has arrived. The first Flyers mascot since their 1976 representative, Slapshot (not to be confused with the current Washington Capitals mascot), leaving

Eyes on Fat Bear Week

There is only a couple of days left to participate in the third annual Fat Bear Week. The weeklong tournament began in 2015 in hopes of spreading awareness about the park’s wildlife and is hosted by the National Park Service. It is a tournament that

City of Beloit honors Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the City of Beloit’s Department of Family Services has plans to raise awareness for survivors, family members and the community at large through several events this month. Purple silhouettes are on display throughout town, and the department’s upcoming

Beloit’s Angel Museum to close after 20 years

Saturday, Sept. 30 marked the last day the Angel Museum opened its doors to Beloiters and touring visitors. The museum, showcasing the world’s largest collection of angels, the private collection of 87-year old Joyce Berg, will close after 20 years of business and aims to

Beloit Forward co-leads discuss campus issues, future

The announcement over the summer that Beloit College is facing a $7 million deficit left many students wondering about the effects this would have on campus life. The Round Table sat down with Beloit professors and co-leads of the Beloit Forward plan – Modern Languages

New Beloit club advocates criminal justice reform

The United States is still the best in the world at incarcerating their own population. The United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world, even when compared to larger, and even more totalitarian nations. While the prison population has decreased over the past