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Beloit alum and author Anna Noyes hosts book reading

Cool as fuck.   That was my initial, non-journalistic impression of author Anna Noyes’10 and her Oct. 26 reading from her recently published short story collection, Goodnight Beautiful Women. In the interest of a more appropriate analysis of her presentation and reading at the WAC

Bob Dylan wins Nobel Prize in Literature

On Thursday, Oct. 13, it was announced that 2016’s Nobel Prize in Literature would go to American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. Both praise and condemnation of the award began to quickly spread across the internet, as seemingly everyone who had ever heard a Dylan song gleefully

45th Annual Folk and Blues Festival rocks Beloit

The 45th annual Folk and Blues Festival has come and gone, and many of us are a red t-shirt richer for it. On Friday and Saturday night, Beloit’s students gathered to awkwardly bask in the glorious sounds of both Blues and Folk, and to grimace

Bummed about the ‘Bernie blackout’

In the last two presidential elections, The Washington Post officially endorsed Obama’s candidacy. They have yet to officially endorse Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders, but in the interests of transparency they probably should; a report by FAIR published on March 8th found that The Washington