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The Life and Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

According to Jewish tradition, a person who dies on Rosh Hashanah is considered a tzaddik, a person of great righteousness. That is who Ruth Bader Ginsburg was. She was a trailblazer, a force to be reckoned with, but most of all, she was someone who

A Statement of Anti-Racism from the Editorial Board

Dear Beloit College community, Black Lives Matter. As Beloit College’s student newspaper, The Round Table’s duty is to fully and accurately represent the student body. We strive to be a publication by the entire campus and for the entire campus, keeping in mind that our

Stay Strong and Stay Safe, Beloit

In light of recent protest events happening around the country, The Round Table would like to provide information regarding safe protest practices for students who have attended or are planning to attend these protests. While we do not encourage unlawful or destructive behavior, we recognize

TikTok: Gen Z Trash or Here to Stay?

We’ve all watched them. TikTok has surprised us all and totally blown up despite all of the naysayers. For most, late nights watching our “For You” pages has become a guilty pleasure. But there are still many questions surrounding the new platform. Will TikTok die

Fashion Hits and Misses of the 2020 Oscars

The Oscars. The night when all of us common people gather around the television to watch the star-studded red carpet and play our own game of fashion police. Honestly, I’m not sure what people care about more, the awards, or what the award recipient is

Ten Tips for Thrifting Newbs

What is thrifting, you may ask? Well, let me be the first to tell you that thrifting is the unique art of shopping at a thrift store. While this task can be fun and extremely rewarding, it can also be quite the challenge, so here