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Have you put that “I voted” sticker on yet? The time has come to cast your vote and because students’ voices are so, so important, we should make sure we have a say in what comes next. Despite some students believing only the Electoral Colleges’

Beloit Succumbs To The City And Removes Black Lives Matter Banners

I’m not angry, I’m just tired of being disappointed by performativity and the bare minimum.  Before sending a formal email to the students, the Beloit College administration decided to remove the Black Lives Matter banners from the bridge that connects the campus to the Powerhouse. 

Mod Scheduling: How Did it Go?

With the first round of finals for this new mod schedule fast approaching, if not already in full effect, the question is, really: how did the mod schedule go for you? Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as we all know by this point, the administration

What to Do With Friends While We’re On Code Yellow

With the pandemic raging on, Beloit College is currently on a Code Yellow. This means that in-person meetings are highly discouraged. However, humans are social creatures—interacting with each other is vital for our mental health and wellbeing, so we naturally want to do so. However,


Welcome to the Black Students United column. This is one of many ways we will take up space on campus, and in our community. We will continue to take up space as long as we are forced to live in a world where racism, colonialism,

Meet Writing Center Tutor: Helen Griffin

The Round Table met with Helen Griffin over Zoom to discuss remote tutoring, Writing Center golf, and Sonic the Hedgehog fanfiction.  Round Table: To quote Round Table sports columnists, “who the buc” are you? Helen Griffin: I am a senior. This is my third year

Talking About What We Missed While Away

Hello Beloiters!  As we return to campus for the fall semester, we all have something we miss. In the light of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a lot of things that we can’t enjoy for the time being, like Wall Parties, seeing each other’s smiles,

Black Students United Demands for the Beloit Students

Hello Bucs, Beloiters, and “Turtles”, there is no normal to go back to in Fall 2020. Black students will not settle for a community that constantly reaps the benefits of our culture while partaking in behaviors that contribute to and enables the psychological AND physical

Support Black Owned Businesses For Father’s Day 2020

Father’s Day is coming up and you’ve already given your dad the best gift possible: yourself. As much as you might like to think this, he may be expecting something a little more. Take this opportunity to show how much you appreciate him by supporting