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The Great Flood of September 2019

On Wednesday, September 11, 2019, the city of Beloit had experienced torrential rain that knocked power out in different neighborhoods and at Beloit College caused major flooding across the residential side of campus. The flooding included places like Alrich, the Fieldhouse, The Wall, the front

Cities anticipate more climate migration

Earth is different than it once was. Climate change is not a future hypothetical, but a present and unfolding reality. Each summer will be hotter than the one before. Each winter will be colder. Hurricanes like Harvey and Maria will continue to escalate. Islands and

New Snappers stadium discussions continue

Discussions regarding a new Beloit Snappers stadium are ongoing, but pressure is mounting for the minor league baseball team. The Midwest League has begun to express urgency for Beloit, as plans to replace Pohlman Field are not where they need to be, according to Midwest

Don’t just aspire. Be anti-racist.

This op-ed was penned collectively by Hannah Flanders, Carly Sutherland and Lily Serio for CRIS 165 Sex and Power.  This semester’s CRIS 165 Sex and Power course is hosting events in response to Beloit College’s anti-racism clause. We, authors of this article, students in 165

Cherry Glazerr find gritty new sound in Stuffed and Ready

Stuffed & Ready (2019), the third album by L.A. alt-rock band Cherry Glazerr, is more dissonant and powerful than their previous albums. The sound and lyrics are more introspective and restless, but their newest album remains true to the band’s roots. Cherry Glazerr evolved from