Beloit College students’ frustrations with the administration persist amidst the aftermath of the hate crime that was reported to the campus community two Mondays ago. Meanwhile, few substantial leads regarding the investigation into the racist graffiti have been made public as of Sunday, April 15.
Another hate crime has hit Beloit College this past week, drawing frustration and anger from the campus community. Unfortunately, this act is perhaps nothing new for many students and faculty. Over the past few years, a series of hate crimes have occured at Beloit College.
The Round Table sat down with Buccaneer softball’s very own Ashley Lambert‘19 to chat about school, softball and chilly weather. Round Table: Hi Ashley! How are you doing? AL: I’m good, thank you! RT: So where are you from? AL: I’m from Waukegan, IL. RT:
Like many, I was disappointed and disheartened to hear of the recent racist graffiti near the free wall. It serves as a reminder that Beloit College—and the world surrounding it—is an imperfect place. What gave me hope, however, was the response to it by one
Last week, Beloit College’s newspaper, the Round Table, published its annual parody edition in observance of the unofficial April Fools holiday. Stories ranged from John Winkelmann trying to find a roommate, to sack lunches being unpacked by a CRIS major. These stories were fun, and
The appearance of political philosopher Harvey C. Mansfield, Jr. at Beloit College on Friday, April 6, stirred controversy among Beloit students who object to Dr. Mansfield’s views regarding gender and sexuality. Mansfield, 86, is the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Government at Harvard University,
The fourth and final #GetWoke panel of the 2018 Spring Semester took place Friday, April 6, at the packed Richardson Auditorium, in Morse-Ingersoll. Titled “Re-Imagining New Futures,” the panel was sponsored by the Office of Academic Diversity and Inclusiveness (OADI) and the Weissberg Foundation and
An adorable man with a hat is staring with pleasure at the rising sun as it peeks out of the ocean. As he continues to watch, however, the orange glob of gas stretches upwards to reveal that in fact it’s not a star at all,
On Thurs, March 22, alumni, staff and students gathered in Wilson Theater on the Beloit College campus for the 15th annual Duffy Spring Colloquium. The Beloit College Duffy Community Partnerships were founded in 2003 by the philanthropist James Duffy’49. Carol Wickersham, the director of the
The Roy Chapman Andrews Society (RCAS) presented the 2018 Distinguished Explorer Award on Friday, March 2. The event took place in Wilson Theatre at Beloit College’s Mayer Hall. This year the award went to Dr. Richard Alley, a geologist and climatologist from the University of