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Daily Archives: September 21, 2020

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

The Life and Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

According to Jewish tradition, a person who dies on Rosh Hashanah is considered a tzaddik, a person of great righteousness. That is who Ruth Bader Ginsburg was. She was a trailblazer, a force to be reckoned with, but most of all, she was someone who

A Statement of Anti-Racism from the Editorial Board

Dear Beloit College community, Black Lives Matter. As Beloit College’s student newspaper, The Round Table’s duty is to fully and accurately represent the student body. We strive to be a publication by the entire campus and for the entire campus, keeping in mind that our

Talking About What We Missed While Away

Hello Beloiters!  As we return to campus for the fall semester, we all have something we miss. In the light of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a lot of things that we can’t enjoy for the time being, like Wall Parties, seeing each other’s smiles,

Movie Review: “When They See Us”

*Disclaimer: I’m not a black, Latinx or an indigenous individual. I’m an aspiring POC ally.  The gruesome tale of the Exonerated Five was a story that captivated America in 1989. Almost 30 years later, the dramatization of what they went through as kids is a

Returning to Campus in the Midst of a Pandemic

Hooray for a successful — and safe — return to Beloit! We are coming upon our fifth week on campus, and it appears that students and staff are doing an excellent job of maintaining social distancing. When asked about social distancing practices, sophomore student Sarah

New Athletic Practice Procedures

Fall athletics at Beloit have been getting into the swing of things, and athletes have been having a ball getting to know their new teammates. This year, however, athletes have been adjusting to the new practice procedures and changes to their seasons due to COVID-19

Who the Buc are you?

The Round Table sat down with a sophomore on the men’s basketball team RT: Who are you? DA: Dylan Ackermann. RT: Where are you from? DA: Just south of San Francisco, California. RT: How long have you been playing basketball? DA: Probably since I was

How Art Courses are Adapting to Hybrid Learning

In-person class gatherings have always been vital to art courses. Teaching, critiquing, and physically working on art projects happen best in-person. Since our arrival on campus, we have seen the in-classroom experience change and we have adapted our daily schedules in the new age of

What to Watch While Stuck In Your Room

Does the ongoing pandemic have you spending more time in your room than usual? Do you turn on your television or laptop, only to find that you have no clue what to watch next? You’ve already binged all of the shows Netflix recommended you, and