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Beloit clubs combine to celebrate women of color

From the week of Oct. 22 through Oct. 26 Beloit special interest clubs Afro-Caribbean Club, Voces, Black Students United (BSU) and Feminist Collective (FemCo) came together to celebrate women of color in a series of meetings and events. Voces, Afro-Caribbean Club, BSU and FemCo all

Warren’s DNA Test Plays Into Trump’s Hand

To be frank, it is a mistake to presume facts still matter. That the Democratic Party continues to behave as though they do is a serious tactical blind spot, and indicative of a failure to grasp the political reality in which we currently live. Last

Miller Upton scholar Dani Rodrik delivers forum’s keynote address

During the week of Oct. 22, Beloit College played host to its eleventh annual Miller Upton Forum. Beloit’s 2018 Upton Scholar-in-Residence was Turkish economist Dr. Dani Rodrik, the Ford Foundation Professor of International Political Economy at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. Rodrik

Gallery ABBA show “Lore” spectacularly spooky

Gallery ABBA’s latest show, “Lore,” arrived just in time for Halloween. “Lore” opened on Friday, Oct. 26, and features the illustrations of self described “witch fanatic and Halloween junkie,” Brenden Haskins. “Lore’s” opening was a success both artistically and financially, as all but two of

Brewers’ stellar 2018 season accentuated by Yelich, bullpen

Although the Brewers’ 2018 season ended in heartbreak– with images of controversial Manny Machado slides and Yasiel Puig dancing around the bases ingrained into fans’ minds– Milwaukee appears set to be a perennial contender. What were expected to be rebuilding years for the club have

Haunting of Hill House is brilliant and terrifying

There is nothing quite like staying up until 2:00 a.m., screaming along with roommates to Netflix’s newest original horror show: The Haunting of Hill House. I have rewatched the show twice in a single week–a testament to just how enthralling it is. The Haunting of

Artificial Intelligence and the U.S-China Tech Duopoly

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the most significant technological development of our century. Its applications are broad and its effects profound. AI technologies are poised to wipe out an unprecedented 40 percent of all human jobs, and will usher in a flush of innovations, complications and