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Monthly Archives: September 2020

Horoscopes for the week of 9/28

Aries – It’s been easy for you to feel overwhelmed lately, and you’re lacking your usual outlets to let off some steam. Don’t stress, good things are on their way! Put your mask on and find a reason to celebrate with a friend (six feet

Review: I’m Thinking About Ending Things

Written and Directed by Charlie Kaufman this film dives into the concept of time throughout different parts of our lives. Kaufman took a stab at adapting the 2016 novel by Paul Reid onto the big screen or the little screen due to it only being

What To Watch While Stuck In Your Room

If you found last week’s What To Watch While Stuck In Your Room helpful, then you will be pleased to know that The Round Table has decided to make this a weekly column! Every week I will recommend two television shows and one motion picture.

SAY HER NAME

Welcome to the Black Students United column. This is one of many ways we will take up space on campus, and in our community. We will continue to take up space as long as we are forced to live in a world where racism, colonialism,

Meet Writing Center Tutor: Helen Griffin

The Round Table met with Helen Griffin over Zoom to discuss remote tutoring, Writing Center golf, and Sonic the Hedgehog fanfiction.  Round Table: To quote Round Table sports columnists, “who the buc” are you? Helen Griffin: I am a senior. This is my third year

New Norms in NFL Stadium Attendance

Football is back! The NFL has two weeks under its belt with a third week on the way and thirteen more following, hoping they make it that far. Last March when the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak started the sports world was gearing up for the tournament

A Look at the NBA Conference Finals

This year’s NBA season has been anything but regular, for obvious reasons. The Eastern and Western conference finals are well underway with just a fre games left before the matchup is set for the 2020 Finals. Western Finals No surprise to see Lebron James and

Who the Buc are you?

This week, I sat down with our featured athlete, Amanda Langford, to discuss her softball journey, some fun facts about her, and her experience as a female athlete. Langford is a freshman and plays 1st and 3rd defense for Beloit’s softball team. Softball has been

JT’s NFL Upset Picks

The NFL is back and better than ever! With changes galore happening this past off-season, everyone has a shot each week to win! Taking an in-depth look though at the teams who play UPSET CITY is always a possibility! Here are my top picks for