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Yearly Archives: 2020

Beloit College Celebrates 174th Birthday

Beloit College honored its 174th birthday with a celebration in the atrium of the Sanger Center for the Sciences on Wednesday, Jan. 29, from noon to 2 p.m. Over 300 students, faculty, and staff filled the first and second floors of the Science Center for

Powerhouse to Open This Week

The Powerhouse is finally powering up. After clearing some of the final hurdles, Beloit College’s $38 million project is finally due to open its doors for regular hours next Monday, Feb. 10. This comes as the latest in a series of final deadlines that Beloit

Artist Profile: Logan Clark ’22

This week Round Table sat down with Logan Clark ’22 to discuss art, photography and where he finds his inspiration. Clark currently has a show on display at Gallery ABBA in downtown Beloit entitled Cloud Jumper. RT: Logan, Where are you from? Logan: I’m from

Chinese Club Hosts Lunar New Year Celebration

During the first week back on campus, beginning on Jan. 20, Beloiters discovered and rediscovered their friends, roommates, professors, classes and rhythms of college life. For many students, coming back from winter break marked somewhat of a conclusion to the long month of festivities. However,

OCD: Not A Trendy Term

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is not “trendy.” It is not a “cute quirk” and it is not something that should be used to describe common organizational preferences. OCD is not just normal worrying or mild anxiety. The trendy use of the term OCD, and using the

What Exactly is the Left Alliance?

An Anarcho-communist-socialist. Is it even possible for such a political animal to exist? According to the Left Alliance, the new student group on campus, the answer is yes. The group says it welcomes all members of left-leaning ideologies in the hopes of creating a united

The Forgotten Cave of Beloit College

BELOIT, WI– As I walked down the steep steps leading to a closed exhibit in the Logan Museum of Anthropology, fluorescent lights illuminated roughly painted arrows pointing down the stairs. Replications of prehistoric cave paintings lined the walls. I felt the cold, moist air surrounding

Who the Buc Are You?

Senior cross country and long-distance track athlete and photographer Yusuke Hatano’20 from Tokyo, Japan talks with the Round Table.  RT: How long have you been running? YH: About six years. RT: When did you join the cross country and track teams?  YH: I joined cross