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Daily Archives: October 20, 2020

Meet Writing Center Tutor: Ian Curry

Esther Veitch sat down with fellow Writing Center tutor and outreach coordinator Ian Curry September 29 over Google Meet. Ian discussed his experience working remotely as a new tutor and navigating the writing process at large.  Esther Veitch: To quote Round Table sports columnists, “who

“The Boys”

Superheros, comedy, action, and gore, what’s not to love? The Boys has it all and is now one of the greatest hits on Amazon Prime Video. This series had a great debut in 2019 and has come back again in 2020 better than before, and

What To Watch While Stuck In Your Room

In light of recent events regarding the forced removal of the Black Lives Matter banners from the Powerhouse bridge, and the hate crime on campus, I decided that I wanted to recommend television programs and a film that focus on the issues that Black people

VOICE YOUR VOTE

Have you put that “I voted” sticker on yet? The time has come to cast your vote and because students’ voices are so, so important, we should make sure we have a say in what comes next. Despite some students believing only the Electoral Colleges’

The Reality of Intersectionality

“When there’s no name for a problem, you can’t see a problem, and when you can’t see a problem, you pretty much can’t solve it.” These are the words of Kimberlé Crenshaw, the civil rights advocate who first coined the term “intersectionality.” Crenshaw noticed that

Hate Crime on the Powerhouse Bridge

When the city of Beloit ordered for the removal of Beloit College’s Black Lives Matter banners from the Powerhouse Bridge, students were irate. The city claims that the expression ‘Black Lives Matter’ is political, and that political banners are not permitted to hang from the

Lebron vs. Jordan: Crowning the King?

“I want my damn respect” was one of LeBron James’ final comments given to the media after winning his fourth NBA Championship. Finishing off a truly unforgettable NBA season. What better way to remember the death of Kobe Bryant than the Lakers winning in his

Los Angeles Lakers win the 2020 NBA Championship

The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Miami Heat in six games to bring home championship number 17, tying the Boston Celtics for most all time.  The Miami Heat played as well as they could have given the circumstance. They lost two of their best players

Who the Buc are You?

This week The Round Table sat down with freshman baseball player Preston Matson’24 to continue the “Who the Buc are you?” series.   Matson is a freshman who hails from the coveted Roselle, Illinois. He has been playing baseball for the last 11 years. “Beloit gave