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Cubs overcome 3-1 deficit to topple Tribe, end curse

The U.S. has certainly seen better years than 2016. This year has been defined by perhaps the most controversial presidential election in history, with a seemingly never-ending amount of nasty jabs being thrown back and forth between the two candidates. However, while that terrible race

Latest #GetWoke panel covers importance of voting

On Monday, Oct. 24, the Office of Academic Diversity and Inclusiveness (OADI) hosted Beloit College’s second #GetWoke panel of the semester. The session took place in the Richardson Auditorium at 7 p.m. and tackled the complicated nature of voting, particularly the controversial circumstances accompanying the

GLBT rail line continues to spark controversy

After receiving backlash regarding its first proposal, Great Lakes Basin Transportation, Inc. (GLBT) has submitted an alternative route for its rail line to the Surface Transportation Board. The new line GLBT hopes to implement will run from LaPorte, Ind., to Milton, Wis., and is intended

Drought will end as Cubs, Indians clash in Fall Classic

The 2016 MLB postseason has not disappointed, as fans have been treated to exciting division and championship series match-ups thus far. However, this year’s Fall Classic will likely take the cake, with two teams that haven’t won a World Series in nearly 70 years facing

Beloit to promote voting rights with Freedom March

The Office for Inclusive Living and Learning is hoping to bring Beloit College’s campus together with members of the greater Beloit community for a Freedom March on Saturday, Oct. 1 to commemorate the Voting Rights Marches of the Civil Rights Movement and encourage citizens to

MLB playoff race heats up

The sun is beginning to set on what has been a wild 2016 MLB season. Most of the division races — save for two — are all but decided thanks to some massive gaps between the division leaders and those trying to chase after them.

Mold spoils move-in for Haven, Wood residents

Move-in day at Beloit College is usually one of the most exciting times of the year for students. However, that was not the case for 130 some students who expected to move into their dorms for the 2016 fall semester, as college maintenance discovered a