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.
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
Michael Tyler Kee, who was arrested for allegedly spray painting Islamophobic graffiti on their own door at Beloit College and claiming they were the victim of a hate crime, has been officially charged with three misdemeanor offenses. The official criminal complaint also highlighted a previous false
A series of documents obtained by The Round Table have revealed the physical evidence that lead to the recent arrest of Michael Tyler Kee’19 for an incident involving Islamophobic graffiti on the Beloit College campus. In an affidavit submitted by Detective Amber Davies of the Beloit Police Department,
The City of Beloit Police Department announced today that Michael Kee’19, age 20, had been arrested in connection with a recent Islamophobic hate crime on the Beloit College campus. Kee is accused of obstruction, disorderly conduct and criminal damage. According to the report, Kee spray
I got home at 1:00 am on Saturday morning. I saw an email that said a note had been placed under a student’s door in Peet. The note said, “Kike, You should be gassed for what you say & do on this campus. Be worried
Update: An arrest has been made in association with the Islamophobic hate crime. A series of hate crimes hit Beloit College within the past week, with students of minority faiths and ethnicities being targeted by vicious slurs and swastikas. The latest of these took place early this
In the wake of a series of hate crimes directly targeted against Jewish and Muslim students on the Beloit College campus, hundreds of students, faculty, administrators and community members gathered on Monday, Jan. 30 in the Flood Arena on the Beloit campus to stand in