This past summer, instead of flying as she normally does, Hannah Yee’19 drove to Beloit from California. Rather than taking the most direct route from home to school, Yee and Jacob Systema’18 took a more scenic route, stopping along the way at a variety of
This weekend I had the chance to head to Chicago and see In the Moment, a show featuring 14 improvised performance pieces, including one by Beloit’s own Aliza Tresser’17. The show was put on by J. Lindsay Brown, a Chicago-based
As students returned from break they found a few things changed, mainly, (almost) all the offices in Pearsons had shifted. While the Registrar remained unmoved, Residential Life had been relocated to a variety of locations, all of which were on the residential side of campus.
Andrea Markus, a teacher of West African Dance based out of New York City, spent the past week at Beloit College offering a variety of workshops and classes. Markus taught four open classes for the college community, one class with high school students in the