As another cold front makes its way through the Midwest, Beloit experienced another Wind Chill Advisory this past weekend. “Another bitter cold front will produce wind chills between Sunday night and Monday morning of around -25 degrees,” Bruce Heine, Beloit College’s Director of Safety and
The tension surrounding former on-campus bar and venue Coughy Haus, better known as C-Haus, has escalated once again following a town hall run by Beloit Student Government (BSG) co-presidents Tobin Greenwald‘20 and Mashfik Siddique‘20. The town hall was announced via a post on Facebook inviting
Braving the stage with a cold in toe, Anne Elizabeth Moore read an essay around Paul Ehrlich, a German medical scientist, who, despite his many positive accomplishments, she deemed him “bad guy” in the story of medical research on immune diseases. It was Ehrlich who
Beloit Professors Joe Bookman, Nahir Otaño Gracia, Obioma Ohia and Joseph Derosier were recently awarded a FaCE grant for $37,598 for their Building ACM-wide partnerships project for developing virtual-/augmented-reality tools for pedagogy. Grants offer support for a variety of different projects designed and led by
On Friday, Feb. 15, Beloit College’s Department of Economics took its trip to Chicago for the 33rd annual “Econ Day” event. Roughly 40 economics majors, along with economics professors and faculty, departed via bus at 7:00 a.m. for a day of networking with Beloit alumni.
On-campus bar and music venue Coughy Haus, opened in 1972, has acted as a statement of Beloit’s gritty and unique culture for nearly 50 years. This year, along with the many changes accompanying the announcement of the college’s $7 million deficit, Coughy Haus, commonly referred
Beloit College’s eight-year Powerhouse project is reportedly entering its eleventh hour. Powerhouse Director and Interim SEAL Director Steve Robinson and the rest of the committee have repeatedly expressed that the building will be, to an extent, operational by before fall break of the 2019-20 school
This article was originally printed in the Feb. 11, 2019 issue of The Round Table. After two days of no school for Beloit College, a treat that hasn’t happened in the last 25 years, extreme freezing temperatures left the Midwest with sheets of black ice
This article was originally printed in the Feb. 11, 2019 issue of The Round Table. During the early hours of Saturday, Feb. 2, Beloit police responded to a report of shots fired near the Hendricks Center, a piece of downtown property owned by Beloit College.
This article was originally printed in the Feb. 11, 2019 issue of The Round Table. As Beloit College continues to navigate its $7 million deficit, students will begin to see various members of the college’s staff and faculty depart. One particular departure, however, left many