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Beloit Grad Speaks on the Historical American Trans Man

On Friday night, Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m. in Richardson Theater, 2012 Beloit graduate and professional speaker Tobias Gurl gave a presentation titled “The Unspoken History of the American Trans Man,” highlighting prominent trans male figures and how their stories have remained mostly ignored throughout

Beloit community grieves loss of Keaton Guthrie-Goss ’15

Individuals in the Beloit community and recent alumni are mourning the loss of recent Beloit College graduate Keaton Guthrie-Goss’15. Keaton graduated from the college with degrees in Creative Writing and Classics. Originally from Garisson, New York and most recently living in the Los Angeles area,

Beloit College wins 21st spot in College Consensus ranking

On Nov. 19, 2018, Beloit College shared the news via Facebook that College Consensus, a college ranking and review website, had named Beloit College as their twenty-first pick in their list of 50 “Underrated Colleges Doing Great Things.” The list was created to highlight smaller

Beloit SEAL director Walsh takes job at UW-Madison

Beloit College is set to prepare for another departure from its ranks. Director of Student Engagement and Leadership Jen Walsh will leave the college this month.  This impending loss adds to the expanding list of departures since the end of the spring 2018 semester, which

Beloit College Board of Trustees names new Chair

The convening of the Beloit College Board of Trustees from Thursday, Oct. 11 through Saturday, Oct. 13 resulted in some shuffling among the top of the board. Chair of the Board of Trustees Stopher Bartol’88 announced his resignation from that position, and within the following

Beloit College’s Powerhouse Project receives WAFX prize

Beloit College’s Powerhouse Project has been awarded a WAFX Prize from the World Architectural Festival. Founded in 2017, the WAFX Prize “recognizes future projects that identify key ecological and societal challenges that architects are actively seeking to address over the next ten years,” according to

Evers and Baldwin hold rally in Beloit

The morning before a generally successful round of midterm elections for Wisconsin Democrats, a number of Democratic candidates for the state, including newly re-elected Senator Tammy Baldwin and Governor-elect Tony Evers, visited the Beloit College campus for a brief campaign rally. Evers was brought to

Beloit Urban Garden prepares for winter

On Halloween afternoon, during Advising Practicum Day for the Fall 2018 semester, volunteers and student workers gathered for “Electric Bugaloo Part 3” – an annual event to prepare the Beloit Urban Garden for the approaching winter. Putting BUG to bed for the season meant turning

Bush AG John Ashcroft visits Beloit amid protests

Moore Lounge was packed on Wednesday, Nov. 7 for John Ashcroft’s visit to Beloit College. Several students were forced to sit on the ground or stand against the wall throughout the event. This was despite protests from various students on campus, notably the organization Students

RA’s unite for Halloween festivities

On Halloween night, groups of Residential Assistants held a Fall Crawl for their residents from 6:00- 8:00 pm, providing students with trick-or-treating, DIY crafts, and social hours as a way to spread spooky cheer. Seven events were held in total with the three RA complexes