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Succulent recipe for orange chicken

It has been a while since I wrote a cooking article and this past week I had an awesome dinner so I thought I would share the recipe for it. On Thursday, the Performing Arts House Co-op had an awesome version of Orange Chicken. My

Harassment rampant in academic anthropology

Editor’s Note: Along with listed author Ryan Jacquemet, this piece was penned by Courtney Bingham, Jiming Song, Haylee Rose Irwin and Leanna Miller. Introduction In recent years, stories of sexual harassment, sexual assault and sexism in academia have become more prevalent and have captured the attention

Alton Brown’s latest book is chock full of treats

Alton Brown is well known as a host for popular television cooking shows such as Good Eats, Iron Chef America, Cutthroat Kitchen, and his occasional appearances on the show Mythbusters. He has also published over half a dozen cookbooks during his career, including his latest

Animal tourism evolving slowly, surely

On Tuesday, Oct. 18, the tourism giant TripAdvisor declared that it would stop selling tickets to animal attractions and exhibits all over the world that allow tourists to interact with wild and endangered animals. TripAdvisor is the first tourism company that has implemented this ambitious

Cooking made easy for college kids (with recipe!)

Hello Beloit! I am looking forward to writing a food/cooking/restaurant review column for The Round Table over the next few months. Cooking has always been near and dear to my heart, and this year I am lucky enough to be living in Performing Arts House

South Beloit decision critical

By virtue of the fact that this article will appear in the Op-Ed portion of The Round Table, you know there will be a bias present in the piece. However, I am extremely biased regarding the situation with the South Beloit Police and especially the

Beloit College dance team begins

In the spring of 2016, the new Beloit College Dance Team graced the campus with their talent. The founder and captain of the team, Jen Widmer, sought to provide a creative outlet where students were able to continue to hone their abilities, spread school spirit,