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Refresh your typing: Keyboard Shortcuts for Writing Papers

It’s three in the morning and you’re typing away at the midterm assignment that your professor promised couldn’t be completed in one night. During your mission to prove them wrong, you find yourself pausing every once in a while to copy and paste quotes, italicize

Weissberg Program: Environmental Justice and Indigenous Rights

The Weissburg Program began in 1999, inviting acclaimed individuals to campus to increase the campus’ engagement of human rights and social justice conversations. Now funded by the Weissburg Foundation, this year’s theme will cover environmental justice and indigenous rights and will begin Monday, March 16

Senior on the Street: Sophia Townsend

The Round Table sat down with Beloit College’s own Sophia Townsend to get a glimpse into the life of a senior on campus. Round Table: What’s your major? Sophia Townsend: I am a psychology and critical identities studies double major. RT: What are you involved

The 12 Year Wait to End “The Clone Wars”

On Friday, Feb. 21 at 12 a.m. PST, Disney+ dropped the season seven premiere of Dave Filoni’s epic animated series “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” which premiered over a decade ago in 2008. The season is Disney’s latest success with the rights of “Star Wars,”

Challenges Arise with Printing Textbooks

On Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020, the entire student body, faculty, and administration received the admonitory and slightly comical email entitled, “Printing Textbooks” that has since sparked debate and raised many questions across campus.  Sent by Library Director Pam McQuesten, the email described that over the

A Power Move from The Farewell and Parasite: An Awards Season Recap

Asian representation and the United States media are not in a harmonious relationship. Historically, Asian actors have always been given the stereotypical roles of doctors, engineers, martial arts masters or exotic objects in film or television. That relationship took a turning point when “Crazy Rich

How Beloit students got their crushes

2020 is all about shooting your shot. With Valentine’s Day this past weekend, you might be wondering how so many people got cuffed. The Round Table sat down with students to see how exactly people got with their crushes. From being direct to being utterly

5 Easy Ways to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle on Campus

College is not always the easiest place to reduce your carbon footprint, but with these five easy ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle on campus, anyone can help make a difference.  Use a reusable cup for your daily coffee Washing dishes may seem like the