Browse By

Category Archives: News

Beloit College Releases Reopening Plans for Fall 2020

On Jul 2. 2020, Beloit College released plans for a return to campus for the Fall 2020 semester. In an email addressed to the Beloit College Community, President Scott Bierman said “I am proud and pleased to say that the fundamentals of what has always

Stay Strong and Stay Safe, Beloit

In light of recent protest events happening around the country, The Round Table would like to provide information regarding safe protest practices for students who have attended or are planning to attend these protests. While we do not encourage unlawful or destructive behavior, we recognize

College makes changes to class credit options due to COVID-19

On Tuesday, March 24, the Office of Academic Affairs and the Registrar sent an email to Beloit College students announcing that “academic deadlines, procedures, and options have been changed or expanded” following the closure of campus and transition to online learning in the face of

Students React to the Closure of Campus Amid COVID-19 Threat

Disclaimer: All interviews for this piece took place either over the phone or via email.  On Saturday March 14 at 3:23pm Beloit College President Scott Bierman sent an email to the campus community with the subject line “COVID-19 Important Change: Moving to Distance Learning.” The

Student Athletes Respond to COVID-19 Cancellations

On Thursday March 12, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) cancelled all remaining athletic championships and competitions for the remainder of the spring semester. The decision was echoed on the morning of Friday March 13 by the Midwest Conference, and came during a period of

Black History Month Archives Night

Fred Burwell, Beloit College’s Archivist, gave a talk on African American History at Beloit College to wrap up Black History Month this past Thursday, Feb. 27. Five students and one community member attended the talk. Burwell discussed the history of African American students who have