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NFL playoffs highlight focus on powerful offenses

Anyone who’s watched or listened to a sports broadcast in their life has surely heard the tired, but generally accurate mantra of ‘defense wins championships’ from the announcers. The past three NFL Super Bowls have done a particularly good job of reinforcing this idea, with

Buc athletes stick around campus over break

While Beloit was on winter break, enjoying holidays with loved ones and being able to enjoy home cooked meals and clean showers, some Buccaneer athletes were already back on campus preparing for the upcoming sports season. Basketball, swimming and diving came back to continue their

‘Alaska’ art gallery wows at Gallery ABBA

If stunning landscape photos are your cup of tea, then you must check out Gallery ABBA’s newest exhibit, Alaska, by Jesse Wiles’19. (Editor’s Note: Wiles is an editor with The Round Table). The show consists of 14 entrancing and unframed photos taken by student-photographer Wiles on

Review: ‘Rogue One’ experiments, underwhelms

It has been more than a month since I saw Rogue One, the first standalone film in the Star Wars franchise, and I still cannot decide if I was pleasantly surprised or a little disappointed. I suppose it was a little of both. On many

Green Space: Environmental news roundup

Editor’s Note: Also written by Blair Henderson and Amelia Diehl. Global: According to U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, global temperatures were at a record high for the third straight year in 2016. Researchers from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and the University

The Women’s March and climate change

The Women’s March this past weekend brought together a wide array of concerned citizens, united in centering the experiences and voices of women in this nation’s urgent fight to reclaim democracy. While we march for the basic rights we deserve in this country, we also