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Yearly Archives: 2020

A Swim Team Special

Beloit swimmers have been working hard this season. They’ve been working on their skills, finding time to hit the weights and create good team chemistry. They have been practicing since Sept. 28, going three times a week. Until the start of Mod 2, then the

2020 NBA Mock Draft

Minnesota: SG Anthony Edwards Georgia  If Minnesota does not trade this pick, as they’ve been rumored to, the clear selection for them is Anthony Edwards.  A bigger guard who can perfectly complement D’Angelo Russel and Karl Anthony-Towns. A scary big three for the future. If

Governor Evers’ Stay-At-Home Order For Wisconsin

With Wisconsin coronavirus cases still on the rise, Governor Tony Evers (D) has taken action, urging all Wisconsinites to stay in with his newest Stay-At-Home order. This order marks the second of its kind since the pandemic began in mid-March. In March, Evers instituted a

The Good News of 2020: A Listicle

So, 2020 is coming to a quick end, and you’re freaking EXHAUSTED because of whatever the hell last week was. Mentions of this year by the mere name “2020” will probably trigger a fight or flight response 20 years down the line for many of

Trump Supporters Around the BSU House

 In the past couple of weeks the residents living in the BSU house have been scared for their lives. Why may you ask? Well this is because Trump supporters from around Beloit felt it was appropriate to come on campus and parade around the BSU

Covid Runs The Big Ten

For a second it felt like 2020 was becoming normal again. It was a nice fall day, football was back and the Badger’s were hammering Illinois. It all seemed like a normal day, and within a matter of hours everything changed. The news report came

MLB Gold Glove Winners

The MLB held their annual Gold Glove Award ceremony on Nov. 3. The Gold Glove is an award that is handed to the best defensive player at each position in both the National League and American league. Despite the season having only 60 games compared

Report of Election Results

America breathed a sigh of relief on Saturday following the final results of the 2020 Presidential election. After four days of endlessly refreshing feed, watching the news, anxious conversations, counting ballots, and fearfully awaiting the country’s fate for the next four years, the result was

Campus Safety In a Toxic Political Climate

By this point, the hate act on the Powerhouse bridge and the forced removal of the Black Lives Matter banners are old headlines here at Beloit. However, they still linger in the minds of many students — particularly Black students. The election updates have done

How to Avoid the Doom Scrolling Time Suck

This year has been. Wild, to say the least. Especially this past week. Between the election’s outcome being unknown for days, the internet blowing up over various unrelated things, and the ever-present backdrop of the pandemic, it’s easy to fall into a pastime that we