One of the most terrifying cold cases in United States history has finally moved forward. James Joseph DeAngelo, age 72, was arrested on Tuesday, April 24 as a suspect in the Golden State Killer case, also known as the East Area Rapist. Police came to
Israel receives criticism for Palestinian casualties in Gaza; protests are expected to continue until May 15
Tensions in the Middle East have continued to escalate as protests along the Israeli border have resulted in mass casualty in Gaza. Palestinian civilians were among those encouraged to protest, backed by the Palestinian rebel group Hamas. Both sides have been trading violence over the
On Friday, April 13, the Beloit English Department hosted the Keynote Reading of Rebecca Makkai, this year’s Lois and Willard Mackey Chair. The Mackey Chair was established in the late 1980s by Willard Mackey and Lois Mackey in order to celebrate Lois’ memory and the
NEW FREE WELLNESS SERVICES Acupuncture, holistic counseling and meditation are now available at the Health and Wellness Center. These services are offered through North Node Clinic and are free of charge. Acupuncture can help treat a wide variety of conditions and symptoms such as depression,
Beloit College students’ frustrations with the administration persist amidst the aftermath of the hate crime that was reported to the campus community two Mondays ago. Meanwhile, few substantial leads regarding the investigation into the racist graffiti have been made public as of Sunday, April 15.
Another hate crime has hit Beloit College this past week, drawing frustration and anger from the campus community. Unfortunately, this act is perhaps nothing new for many students and faculty. Over the past few years, a series of hate crimes have occured at Beloit College.
The appearance of political philosopher Harvey C. Mansfield, Jr. at Beloit College on Friday, April 6, stirred controversy among Beloit students who object to Dr. Mansfield’s views regarding gender and sexuality. Mansfield, 86, is the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Government at Harvard University,
The fourth and final #GetWoke panel of the 2018 Spring Semester took place Friday, April 6, at the packed Richardson Auditorium, in Morse-Ingersoll. Titled “Re-Imagining New Futures,” the panel was sponsored by the Office of Academic Diversity and Inclusiveness (OADI) and the Weissberg Foundation and
Tired but excited, students arrived in El Paso, Texas on Monday, March 12 after hours of travel that began that morning at the Outdoor and Environmental Club parking lot. The group, consisting of 12 Beloit College students, would be spending five days working with an
Multiple bombs exploded in the outer Austin area over the past several weeks, triggered by mysterious packages left on doorsteps, along a sidewalk and deposited in the mail. During the worrisome time, multiple news outlets around the country reported varying or contradictory information disputed by