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Beloit Grad Speaks on the Historical American Trans Man

On Friday night, Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m. in Richardson Theater, 2012 Beloit graduate and professional speaker Tobias Gurl gave a presentation titled “The Unspoken History of the American Trans Man,” highlighting prominent trans male figures and how their stories have remained mostly ignored throughout

RA’s unite for Halloween festivities

On Halloween night, groups of Residential Assistants held a Fall Crawl for their residents from 6:00- 8:00 pm, providing students with trick-or-treating, DIY crafts, and social hours as a way to spread spooky cheer. Seven events were held in total with the three RA complexes

Beloit clubs combine to celebrate women of color

From the week of Oct. 22 through Oct. 26 Beloit special interest clubs Afro-Caribbean Club, Voces, Black Students United (BSU) and Feminist Collective (FemCo) came together to celebrate women of color in a series of meetings and events. Voces, Afro-Caribbean Club, BSU and FemCo all

City of Beloit honors Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the City of Beloit’s Department of Family Services has plans to raise awareness for survivors, family members and the community at large through several events this month. Purple silhouettes are on display throughout town, and the department’s upcoming

Beloit’s Angel Museum to close after 20 years

Saturday, Sept. 30 marked the last day the Angel Museum opened its doors to Beloiters and touring visitors. The museum, showcasing the world’s largest collection of angels, the private collection of 87-year old Joyce Berg, will close after 20 years of business and aims to

Beloit Forward co-leads discuss campus issues, future

The announcement over the summer that Beloit College is facing a $7 million deficit left many students wondering about the effects this would have on campus life. The Round Table sat down with Beloit professors and co-leads of the Beloit Forward plan – Modern Languages