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Brenna Wynn Greer’94 speaks about new book on black imagemakers

The 2019 installment of Beloit College’s Richardson Lecture Series featured Dr. Brenna Wynn Greer’94, the Knafel Assistant Professor of Social Sciences and assistant professor of history at Wellesley College. On Mon., Oct. 21, Greer spoke in Richardson Auditorium about her book “Represented: The Black Imagemakers

Beloit Celebrates Día de los muertos

Students and community members gathered in the atrium of the Sanger Center for the Sciences on the evening of Fri., Nov. 1 to honor the Latin American holiday Día de los muertos by welcoming local ballet folklórico and mariachi groups, eating freshly cooked tamales and

Community responds to potential hate act on campus

Additional reporting from Clare Eigenbrode.  On Thursday, Oct. 24, at 10:53pm, the Beloit College campus community received an email from Bruce Heine, Director of Safety & Security, regarding the investigation of a reported “race related hate act” in the dining room of the Tau Kappa

Anderbyrne and Youd talk new channels program

Originally published in the September 23 issue of the Round Table.  Last week The Round Table sat down with new Provost and Dean of the College Eric Boynton, who outlined several new plans developed over the summer for Beloit’s academic curriculum, including the newly appointed