When J. Cole announced two weeks ago that he was releasing his fifth studio album titled KOD on 4/20, many of his fans were initially confused. Back in 2011, Cole had publicly quit smoking, telling Pound Magazines Cass Juradinho that he was, “never a really
On Saturday night Beloit campus was treated to the 14th annual Drag Show, hosted by Vocesalong with Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA). This event has constantly been a highlight for the clubs involved as well as the campus at large and this year was no different.
While the Trump Administration has been anything but stable, one figure stands alone in their consistent ineptitude. Betsy DeVos, the sixty-year-old Education Secretary, has continued to exude a sense of cluelessness that rivals the likes of George W. Bush. This shouldn’t come as a surprise
On Thurs, March 22, alumni, staff and students gathered in Wilson Theater on the Beloit College campus for the 15th annual Duffy Spring Colloquium. The Beloit College Duffy Community Partnerships were founded in 2003 by the philanthropist James Duffy’49. Carol Wickersham, the director of the
Over the lifetime of Hip-Hop, artists like 50 Cent, Eminem and 2Pac have released quality soundtracks for Hollywood films. Whole labels have also called upon their artistry to create movie soundtracks as Def Jam did with Belly. However, none of those works have been for
The second week of the round of 16 didn’t give us many surprises when it came to results, but these games set the table for intense second leg games in the fight to become champions of Europe. In the first game Spain’s Atletico Madrid
As the Champions League continues on to the round of 16, many of the powerhouse clubs still remain meaning fans will likely be privy to a string of great matches ahead of the championship match in June. We saw this in the first game between