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Evers and Baldwin hold rally in Beloit

The morning before a generally successful round of midterm elections for Wisconsin Democrats, a number of Democratic candidates for the state, including newly re-elected Senator Tammy Baldwin and Governor-elect Tony Evers, visited the Beloit College campus for a brief campaign rally. Evers was brought to

Beloit Urban Garden prepares for winter

On Halloween afternoon, during Advising Practicum Day for the Fall 2018 semester, volunteers and student workers gathered for “Electric Bugaloo Part 3” – an annual event to prepare the Beloit Urban Garden for the approaching winter. Putting BUG to bed for the season meant turning

Bush AG John Ashcroft visits Beloit amid protests

Moore Lounge was packed on Wednesday, Nov. 7 for John Ashcroft’s visit to Beloit College. Several students were forced to sit on the ground or stand against the wall throughout the event. This was despite protests from various students on campus, notably the organization Students

Prominent administrators Davies, Klawitter leave Beloit

Beloit College’s Spring 2018 semester became the final term for two prominent members of the school’s administration following largely unanticipated announcements. On May 15, the final day of the Spring semester for students, President Scott Bierman announced in an email to the campus community that

Former interim president Edward Hoerr’57 passes away

Edward “Ed” Hoerr’57, who served as interim president of Beloit College from 1990 to 1991 as well as on the school’s board of trustees between 1985 and 1998, passed away on Thursday, April 19, announced Beloit College President Scott Bierman to the campus community in

Frustration continues after hate crime

Beloit College students’ frustrations with the administration persist amidst the aftermath of the hate crime that was reported to the campus community two Mondays ago. Meanwhile, few substantial leads regarding the investigation into the racist graffiti have been made public as of Sunday, April 15.