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Who the Buc is Kiara Davis?

The Round Table sat down with Beloit College’s very Kiara Davis as she ate Qdoba in Study Room D of Robert H. Morse Library. Round Table: What’s your major? Kiara Davis: I’m a health and society major and I’m thinking of becoming a religious studies

Red Sox, Dodgers, Twins Execute Massive 3-team trade

The Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers and Minnesota Twins pulled off a mind-boggling 3-team trade this past Monday, with the headliner being 2018 AL MVP Mookie Betts, an outfielder, heading to play in Dodger Blue.  The Dodgers also received veteran starting pitcher David Price,

Midwest Conference Swim Championships

This past weekend Beloit College’s Swimming and Diving team took a trip to Grinnell College for the three day 2019/20 Midwest Conference Swim Championships.  Friday   Tenajh Gaitor’22, David Morris’21, George Carlson’23, and Camden Leonard’23 started off for the Bucs on Friday in the 200-yard freestyle

Fashion Hits and Misses of the 2020 Oscars

The Oscars. The night when all of us common people gather around the television to watch the star-studded red carpet and play our own game of fashion police. Honestly, I’m not sure what people care about more, the awards, or what the award recipient is

Left Alliance and Socialism, Demystified

Recently, an op-ed entitled, “What Exactly is the Left Alliance?” was published in The Round Table. It asks many questions about who we are and what we stand for, so we would like to take this opportunity to introduce our group and clear up some

The Poetry Garden on Edge

The Poetry Garden, an installation artwork and public space on the southeastern corner of campus, remains a quiet enigma for some Beloit College students.  “It’s kind of bizarre and underused,” said Hana Hassanpourgal’20. “And very weirdly constructed but very appealing to me. In the summer,

New Hampshire Primary Ends as Yang Drops Presidential Bid

As the second primary came to a close on Wednesday, voters were met with another close race. Though Senator Sanders won the popular vote with 25.7%, he actually tied in delegates with South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg. Both candidates received 9 delegates. Sanders officially declared

Reflections by Terrence A. Reese now at Wright Museum of Art

At the Wright Museum of Art, there is currently a photography exhibit showcasing Reflections by Terrence A. Reese. Friday, February 7 was the opening reception where Reese discussed his photography and methods. Reflections will be up at the Wright Museum until April 3.    According to