Another hate crime has hit Beloit College this past week, drawing frustration and anger from the campus community. Unfortunately, this act is perhaps nothing new for many students and faculty. Over the past few years, a series of hate crimes have occured at Beloit College.
Tired but excited, students arrived in El Paso, Texas on Monday, March 12 after hours of travel that began that morning at the Outdoor and Environmental Club parking lot. The group, consisting of 12 Beloit College students, would be spending five days working with an
Behind closed doors, President Donald Trump congratulated and praised China’s President, Xi Jinping, for moving to end term limits. President Xi Jinping changed the country’s constitution to effectively allow him to be president for life. The closed-door remarks came from his Mar-a-Lago golf club on
With contributions from Dianne Lugo and Audrey Summers Current Beloit College students – as well as prospective students and their families visiting for 2018’s first Accepted Students Open House – who dropped by Java Joint in Pearsons Hall on Mon, Feb. 19 for a quick
Beloit Student Congress will have a new look this coming spring semester. The old system of student government is going through a sort of rebranding and the newest structure, which also changes the system’s name to Beloit Student Government (BSG), was approved on Friday, Dec.
Kresge Theatre in the Neese Building was full of good food and impressive performances on the evening of Friday, Dec. 1. Beloit Independent Theatre Experience (BITE) organized BITE of Beloit, a charity fundraiser, which featured several different groups on campus. Julia Dirkes-Jacks’20, the current president
Texas experienced its worst mass shooting in history on Sun, Nov. 5. At least 26 people were killed at a small Baptist church in Sutherland Springs shortly after the Sunday morning service began at 11 a.m. The gunman has been identified as Devin Patrick Kelley,
The “Young People Will Save Us: Youth in Organizing” panel was held on Friday, Nov. 3, and was organized and sponsored by the Office of Academic Diversity and Inclusiveness (OADI), Weissberg Program and Funding Board. Panelists included youth organizers and activists who discussed the work
Trump declares national opioid crisis a national public health emergency President Donald Trump has taken long awaited action in response to the increasing epidemic of drug use. On Thursday Trump directed the Department of Health and Human Services to declare the large opioid crisis a
Wind and rain did not deter Beloit College students and the greater Beloit community from participating in the college’s second annual Freedom March on Saturday, Oct. 7. Organized by the Office for Inclusive Living and Learning (OILL), students, organization members, community leaders and members assembled