Young Americans for Freedom is belatedly kicking off the spring semester after a highly successful fall speakers’ series. On our invitation, former US attorney general John Ashcroft came to Beloit, whereupon he was greeted by a sizeable and enthusiastic crowd. A short time later, legal
Over winter break I binged an author’s entire output for the first time. It was a strange experience, kind of like deep diving through someone’s Facebook or Instagram page, obsessively charting their progression over time (I don’t do that of course, and I’m sure no
If “Russian Doll” accomplishes nothing else, it serves as an excellent P.S.A for looking both ways before you cross the street. And being careful when you walk down staircases. Or enter elevators. Or use gas stoves. By the third or fourth episode you’ll be surprised
President Donald Trump followed through on his promise to declare a “national emergency” in order to bypass Congress and secure funding for the construction of a border wall. In building a border wall, the president likely hopes to rally support from his base and paint
Beloit Professors Joe Bookman, Nahir Otaño Gracia, Obioma Ohia and Joseph Derosier were recently awarded a FaCE grant for $37,598 for their Building ACM-wide partnerships project for developing virtual-/augmented-reality tools for pedagogy. Grants offer support for a variety of different projects designed and led by
On Friday, Feb. 15, Beloit College’s Department of Economics took its trip to Chicago for the 33rd annual “Econ Day” event. Roughly 40 economics majors, along with economics professors and faculty, departed via bus at 7:00 a.m. for a day of networking with Beloit alumni.