Beloit College President Scott Bierman announced in an email to the campus community on Tues, Feb. 27 that Dr. Eugene W. Zeltmann’62, board of trustees member and former president and CEO of the New York Power Authority, had passed away the previous Saturday following a
From February 18-19, Beloit College hosted the first Admitted Student Open House (ASOH) of 2018. The event which hosted high school students from around the country, was the largest admitted student open house in February that Beloit College has ever had. This was promising for
With contributions from Dianne Lugo and Audrey Summers Current Beloit College students – as well as prospective students and their families visiting for 2018’s first Accepted Students Open House – who dropped by Java Joint in Pearsons Hall on Mon, Feb. 19 for a quick
On February 19, Beloit College’s Office of Academic Diversity and Inclusiveness launched a week long campaign, #SunkenPlace, tackling the issue of Racism and White Supremacy, welcoming several professors and students as speakers. While some events took place in Java Joint, most took place in C-Haus.
Over the course of the last 4 months I have had the wonderful opportunity to get involved with Turning Point USA (TPUSA). TPUSA is a great organization for students who have fiscally Conservative views believing in limited government, lowering taxes, and capitalism curing poverty. The
Many students do vital work on this campus, but few are paid in accordance with the importance of their work. Take, for example, overnight hosts, students who help convince prospective studentsto attend Beloit College. Each prospective student represents a deal worth tens of thousands of
New health initiatives at Beloit: Students on campus form new support groups in search of inclusivity and awareness
An uptick in health initiatives executed by students at Beloit College comes in the midst of an opioid crisis that has devastated communities across the United States. Extensive media covera ge of this issue has prompted further discussion about the nature of addiction and reframing
Chelonia Dance Concert took the stage from Thursday, February 8 through Sunday, February 11, and was a fantastic display of the artistic and athletic abilities of many students. There were twelve dances that ranged from two to ten minutes. Students choreographed and directed six dances
Freshman Eva Laun-Smith and Lena Ramsey, along with the rest of the Beloit Track and Field team, cut their relaxing winter breaks short to head back to campus and begin training for the 2018 indoor track and field season. Days were filled with two-a-days consisting
As students returned from break they found a few things changed, mainly, (almost) all the offices in Pearsons had shifted. While the Registrar remained unmoved, Residential Life had been relocated to a variety of locations, all of which were on the residential side of campus.