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Governor Evers Brings Good News to Beloit

For the second time, Beloit College hosted Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers. However, on his impromptu Feb. 23 visit, the governor came bearing excellent news. After sifting through some 200+ applications, the City of Beloit was awarded a $9 million Neighborhood Investment Fund grant. This grant

WBCR Spotlight: Stardust Radio Show

 Jemia Irving ‘22, host of WBCR’s “Stardust Radio Show,” sat down with The Round Table to tell all there is to know about her show. Broadcasting Friday nights from 10PM until 11PM, Stardust Radio Show is a talk-radio show with a little music thrown in.

HBO’s “It’s A Sin” Review

  Ever since getting into the Broadway musical “Falsettos,” I have been on the prowl for more media about the AIDS epidemic. To be more specific, I have been searching for honest chronicles of the AIDS epidemic, content with a lot of heart and research. With

“Arthur” Ends After 25 Years

   Feb. 21 marked the end of an era for Generation Z. Marc Brown’s beloved children’s cartoon, “Arthur,” concluded its 25-year run this past week. “Arthur,” a PBS original series, centers around Arthur Read, an anthropomorphic aardvark, and his friends as they navigate the challenges of

Wild N’ Out at Beloit

Thanks to Black Students United (BSU), Beloit College hosted its own rendition of MTV’s “Wild N’ Out.” Premiering in 2005, “Wild N’ Out” is an improv and sketch comedy game show hosted by musician and actor Nick Cannon. Each episode features two teams of comedians

Senior Arts Spotlight

For the first Senior Arts Spotlight, The Round Table sat down with Theatre major Isabel Chavez for an interview on Feb. 18. Chavez, who just finished stage managing Chelonia for the final time, was thrilled to share about her experiences with the arts at Beloit.

Cheers for Chelonia 2022!

Feb. 10 marked the return of the Chelonia Dance Concert to the Laura Aldrich Neese Theater. The annual Beloit performance was held via YouTube Live in 2021. This year, though, the show returned to its original venue. To maintain COVID-19 safety, dancers donned masks throughout

The Sad Truth For Biracial Women in Hollywood

When people ask me why I refuse to watch “Euphoria,” I tell them it is simply because I do not care for Zendaya. That is not to say she is lacking talent, but I certainly believe that it could be channeled much more productively. Zendaya