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Co-op series: Big Spoon Dining Coop

This article was originally published on Feb. 16, 2015. With butter bubbling in a pot, Hugo Alvarez’16 adds onions and garlic, letting it sizzle. Chopped zucchini, dotted with black pepper, waits on the counter, and his cooking partner Kyndall White’17 measures out rice from a

Co-op Profile: Outdoor Environmental Club Co-op

This article was originally published on Feb. 9, 2015. Lola Davis’17 dipped her hand into a large ziploc bag of pepper and sprinkled a handful over a hefty pot on the stove. Taking a spoon, she sampled it and added another handful. “This will be

What’s up with succulents?

This article was originally published in print on Sept. 14, 2015. Have succulents become the most popular new dorm decoration? It is difficult to pass a window without noticing a potted plant or two. It seems that succulents in particular have been gaining popularity as

Beloit College to add printing quota next year

This article was originally published on April 27, 2015. Beloit College is transitioning towards a centralized Print Management System and recently decided on a new quota for the number of pages students can print for free. Megan Fitch, Chief Information Officer of Information Services and Resources

Environmental Studies program announces two new tracks

This article was originally published on Feb. 2, 2015. After much discussion and reconfiguration, the Environmental Studies department unveiled its new offerings to students: two new tracks within an already interdisciplinary major. With the new program, students choose between Environmental Communication and Arts or Environmental