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C-Haus discourse continues to escalate following town hall

The tension surrounding former on-campus bar and venue Coughy Haus, better known as C-Haus, has escalated once again following a town hall run by Beloit Student Government (BSG) co-presidents Tobin Greenwald‘20 and Mashfik Siddique‘20. The town hall was announced via a post on Facebook inviting

Powerhouse construction still on track, interim director says

Beloit College’s eight-year Powerhouse project is reportedly entering its eleventh hour.  Powerhouse Director and Interim SEAL Director Steve Robinson and the rest of the committee have repeatedly expressed that the building will be, to an extent, operational by before fall break of the 2019-20 school

Braxton Cook’s No Doubt, an instant Neo Jazz classic

Cutting edge. Few words could better describe Maryland born Saxophonist/Singer-Songwriter Braxton Cook’s sophomore effort No Doubt. The album is a follow up to his 2017 debut Somewhere In Between, Cook’s third release, but his first full-length solo album. A graduate of Julliard School with a

Anti-Semitism: Progressive America’s Blindspot

Just as Shabbat services began, on Saturday, October 22 at the Tree of Life synagogue, in Pittsburgh, PA,  Robert Bowers, 46, stormed the building and committed the most heinous anti-Semitic attack in America’s history. The attack took the lives of 11 members of the historic

Meet the horrifying new mascot for the Philadelphia Flyers: Gritty

Like a cross between Maurice Sendak drawing, a monster from Chinese mythology, and LA Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner, Philadelphia Flyers mascot Gritty has arrived. The first Flyers mascot since their 1976 representative, Slapshot (not to be confused with the current Washington Capitals mascot), leaving