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Housing changes to be implemented in fall 2019 semester

In an email sent to the Beloit College community, Residential Life and Facilities announced several changes to expect next year in terms of on-campus housing. The changes will affect students as they prepare to enter the housing lottery for next year. Notably, many dorm halls

Campus responds to cancelled Erik Prince lecture

Editor’s note: The Round Table published an initial story covering the Wednesday night event early Thursday morning. This article takes a closer look at what has happened since then.  Beloit College made national headlines last week after a scheduled speech from Erik Prince– former Blackwater

Scheduled speech from Erik Prince shut down after protests

Students witnessed a silent walkout, a drag show, “Baking with the African Americans”, drums, and a wall of chairs at Beloit College tonight. They did not see Erik Prince. Here’s the thread that followed the event as it unfolded: Pearsons is absolutely packed minutes before

Future of OADI uncertain as Dionne departs

This article was originally printed in the Feb. 11, 2019 issue of The Round Table.  As Beloit College continues to navigate its $7 million deficit, students will begin to see various members of the college’s staff and faculty depart. One particular departure, however, left many

Beloit community grieves loss of Keaton Guthrie-Goss ’15

Individuals in the Beloit community and recent alumni are mourning the loss of recent Beloit College graduate Keaton Guthrie-Goss’15. Keaton graduated from the college with degrees in Creative Writing and Classics. Originally from Garisson, New York and most recently living in the Los Angeles area,

Haunting of Hill House is brilliant and terrifying

There is nothing quite like staying up until 2:00 a.m., screaming along with roommates to Netflix’s newest original horror show: The Haunting of Hill House. I have rewatched the show twice in a single week–a testament to just how enthralling it is. The Haunting of

Eyes on Fat Bear Week

There is only a couple of days left to participate in the third annual Fat Bear Week. The weeklong tournament began in 2015 in hopes of spreading awareness about the park’s wildlife and is hosted by the National Park Service. It is a tournament that

New Beloit club advocates criminal justice reform

The United States is still the best in the world at incarcerating their own population. The United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world, even when compared to larger, and even more totalitarian nations. While the prison population has decreased over the past