Growing up in Pittsburgh, Pa., education and learning has always been a part of Visiting Professor of Education Elizabeth Blair’s upbringing. “When I was a kid I used to swim at the same pool that Mr. Rogers would swim laps at. So once I got
The Round Table sat down with freshman Sam Funk from Kenosha, Wis. to discuss the diversity and atmosphere of Beloit College. —Lillie Herbst and Therese Lydon The Round Table: Sam, is the Wisconsin Minnesota feud a real thing? Do we get along? Sam Funk: The
In a corner office of MI stuffed with books, posters plastered on the wall, and an atmosphere so cozy you could fall asleep there, you’ll find Visiting Assistant Professor Sonya Johnson. The newest addition to the religious studies department, Johnson “hope[s] to contribute [her] energies
Starting at approximately 5 o’clock this past Sunday, the ritual of great grief began once again. Students from all around campus started filing in, the inevitable of the experience weighing them down. Freshmen stood on the edges, dazed and confused. Upperclassmen drudged inward, already hopeless.
Moving to Beloit was a homecoming for Visiting Assistant Professor of English Jean Franzino. Before attending the University of Michigan and the University of Virginia, she grew up in the Midwest — Michigan and Indiana mostly. She then made the transition to D.C. and Virginia
From the Big Apple to Beloit College, Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science John McMahon has made quite the leap to join campus. However, It is hardly the first major move of his young life. McMahon grew up in Castle Rock, a suburb of Denver,