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Senior On The Street: CJ Clark

The Round Table sat down with CJ Clark, a double major in Sociology & Critical Identity Studies, and Environmental Studies Minor. The topics discussed ranged from influential professors to weird Wisconsin sightings to words of wisdom for Beloit’s freshman class. The Round Table: What was

Climate protest comes to Rockford

A shorter, incomplete version of this article appeared in the print edition. Video by Amelia Diehl/The Round Table A two-headed black snake slithered through the streets of Rockford, Ill. on Friday evening, carried on poles by members of the climate justice group Forest City 350.

SEAL proposal sparks controversy, opportunity

This article was originally published Nov. 16, 2015. The Student Engagement and Leadership (SEAL) Office has drafted a proposal for a new position, as well as changes to budget management, which would significantly impact the way student life operates at Beloit College. To be approved,

Women’s Center becomes Feminist Collective

This article was originally published on Oct. 26, 2015. The club formerly known as Women’s Center has changed its name to Feminist Collective, after more than a year of discussion. The shift was announced on Wednesday, Oct. 21 at its 9 p.m. meeting, along with

Could Beloit College divest from fossil fuels?

This article was originally published on Nov. 23, 2015. A shorter version appeared in the print edition. Since Swarthmore College started the first campus campaign to divest from fossil fuels in 2011, over 450 institutions around the world have committed to some level of fossil

Life in Chapters: A life in and out of prison

Author’s Note: Some of the information in this article could not be independently verified Life has never been easy for 62-year-old Talib Akbar. Born in Mississippi (town unspecified), he was the youngest child in a family on the run from an abusive stepfather. They made

Panel discusses Pope Francis’ radical vision for ecojustice

In between classes, students, staff and faculty received a dose of faith-based environmental reflection at the panel, “Laudato Si: Pope Francis’s Radical Vision for Ecojustice.” The event, on Wednesday, Dec. 2 in Science Center 150, featured Associate Professor of History Ellen Joyce, Reverend Neddy Astudillo

Defectors and death camps: a glimpse into North Korea

Recently, a high-ranking North Korean intelligence official defected to South Korea. He is the second highest-ranking official to have defected in the country’s history. Since Kim Jong-Un came to power, North Korea has seen more defectors than ever. The consequences for defecting are gruesome. The

Rock County facing heroin epidemic

At first glance, Rock County, and Beloit in particular, probably does not strike many as a likely stronghold for drug trafficking in the United States. But when one considers the county and city’s proximity to Chicago, Madison, Milwaukee and the interstate, Rock County and Beloit