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Beloit College Trivia

Remember those trivia quizzes you used to take in magazines back in the late 2000s and early 2010s? The ones where you would circle the answers in pen, and then go back and try to fix your answers when you read the answer key by

Beloit College’s Majors as Vine Quotes

It’s that time of the semester: registration week. The time of the semester where everyone hovers over their computers with the class registration page open and then curse loudly to themselves when the portal page inevitably crashes. And yes, first years: It does crash every

An Interview with Lai Moua ’22

Editor’s note: The following interview has been edited for clarity and length, and was conducted over Zoom in compliance with COVID safety precautions. The views expressed by the student interviewed do not represent the opinions of the Round Table.             This week on behalf of

We used to do WHAT before COVID?

During this pandemic, there have been many cultural shifts that are seen as the new normal. As more and more people are getting vaccinated against COVID-19 and the end seems to be within our sights finally, we may still see this cultural change in a

The History of Godzilla and the Kaiju Genre

   Recently, Godzilla vs. Kong (dir. Adam Wingard) was released into theaters and for streaming, continuing the tradition of giant monster, or Kaiju, films in the international film industry. While America and Japan primarily dominate the Kaiju genre, it’s a genre that is recognized worldwide and

Strong Women in History

It just made sense to write a little listicle featuring some amazing women from our past and present for women’s history month. This list is in no particular order, but all of these women are either activists, revolutionaries, or artists. Harriet Tubman (c. 1822-1913): Harriet