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Monthly Archives: September 2019

YAF Chair Andrew Collins’20 Responds to Op-Ed

Noah Sisson’s piece was a pernicious mix of deceit, spin, repetition, and half-baked research, almost impressively confined to the space of a few hundred words. Nearly every item posited as fact is demonstrably untrue. To set the record straight in order: Erik Prince was not

Why Beloit College Should Celebrate Labor Day

On September 2ndAmericans across the country woke up late, spent time with family, and maybe barbequed in the backyard. There were; however, around 1,000 people who instead got up at their usual hour and went about their days as normal. Beloit College held classes on

Is YAF Trying to Provoke Students?

This story was originally published in the September 16 issue of the Round Table.  On October 10th Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) are planning to bring former Vice President Dick Cheney to speak. The last speaker that YAF brought to campus was Erik Prince who

Look Out Instagram, Java Joint is Sliding In

If you follow Java Joint’s instagram account, you may have noticed your feed getting filled with posts by the #jjcrew. This semester, Java Joint has been working on its publicity on campus to bring people in and make it a welcoming space. “We want to

The Great Flood of September 2019

On Wednesday, September 11, 2019, the city of Beloit had experienced torrential rain that knocked power out in different neighborhoods and at Beloit College caused major flooding across the residential side of campus. The flooding included places like Alrich, the Fieldhouse, The Wall, the front