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Martin Luther King, Jr. convocation

Beloit College paid homage to students’ traditional “Beloit time” by honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. a week after the national holiday in his name, Beloit College President Scott Bierman joked during his remarks at the college’s 14th annual Dr. Martin Luther King,

Phi Kappa Psi clarifies recent housing status rumors

Many people have started to wonder what the state of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity is. Rumors have been swirling around campus that the organization has died out, or that its house has been revoked and turned into a dorm. However, these claims are a

Beloit student government undergoes significant changes

Beloit Student Congress will have a new look this coming spring semester. The old system of student government is going through a sort of rebranding and the newest structure, which also changes the system’s name to Beloit Student Government (BSG), was approved on Friday, Dec.

World AIDS Day

On Friday, Dec. 8, Beloit Public Health Initiative hosted their annual World AIDS day celebration. The event kicked off at six with a health fair, free food and free AIDS testing from AIDS Resource Center Wisconsin. The health fair included many local organizations such as

College facing deficit for 2017-2018 academic year

Beloit College is facing an operating budget deficit of nearly $2 million for the 2017-2018 academic year. Beloit College president Scott Bierman and several others addressed the issue at the Academic Senate meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 8 in front of an audience of students and