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Major League Baseball World Series Summary

The 2020 World Series geared up this past week with Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays going head to head.     The series is being held at the Texas Rangers Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. Teams will have “home” games but they will not

Overview of the Premier League

The start of fall means the Premier League has kicked off for the 2020/21 season. Currently six weeks into the season, there have been many teams that have surprised not only the fans, but the rest of the league.     Five weeks into the season, Everton

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

Champions League Round of 16

The Champions League Round of 16 has kicked off with the first leg games taking place over the course of the past two weeks.  There were some unexpected outcomes along with others that many expected.  The first day of games back on February 18 did

Red Sox, Dodgers, Twins Execute Massive 3-team trade

The Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers and Minnesota Twins pulled off a mind-boggling 3-team trade this past Monday, with the headliner being 2018 AL MVP Mookie Betts, an outfielder, heading to play in Dodger Blue.  The Dodgers also received veteran starting pitcher David Price,

Midwest Conference Swim Championships

This past weekend Beloit College’s Swimming and Diving team took a trip to Grinnell College for the three day 2019/20 Midwest Conference Swim Championships.  Friday   Tenajh Gaitor’22, David Morris’21, George Carlson’23, and Camden Leonard’23 started off for the Bucs on Friday in the 200-yard freestyle

Kobe Remembered by Beloit Students

Kobe Bryant: a name everyone around the globe knew. A legend that dominated on and off the court worth over 600 million dollars. But it was never about the money; it was about the impact that he left on millions of people around the world