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Monthly Archives: March 2021

“Cherry” Review

Now, there is no denying that Tom Holland is coming, if not already, the biggest actor on the big screen. Starring in the MCU’s Spider-Man movies, The Devil All The Time, Onward, and other great movies, he’s no doubt going to be around for a

Music’s Biggest Night

On Sunday, the 14 of March, the Recording Academy aired their 63rd Grammy Award Show. For those of you who live under a rock, the Grammys are a night to celebrate all genres of music in several different ways. The celebration was small this year,

Meet the BSG Executives

History was made when Beloit College elected two women of color, both international students, as Co-Presidents of the Beloit Student Government this Spring. With the appointment of our new exec team, the Beloit Student Government hopes to create a space dedicated to the needs of

Atlanta Spa Shootings

On Tuesday, March 16th, the nation was swept by yet another mass shooting. This particular shooting left a total of eight people dead in three different spas. Since six of the eight deceased were Asian-Americans, it is speculated that the shooting could be motivated in

Updates on the George Floyd Case

Derek Chauvin, one of the Minneapolis police officers responsible for the murder of George Floyd, is finally being tried. In the internet video that chronicles George Floyd’s murder, Chauvin can be seen kneeling on Floyd’s neck until the latter takes his final breath. Currently, Chauvin

Wisconsin Vaccine Rollouts and Increased Eligibility

With an increase of vaccines in an effort to curb COVID-19 cases, the Beloit Health System announced that a new round of first-dose vaccines will become available. Vaccines are currently accessible to eligible groups by appointment through the Beloit Health Systems. Beginning March 22, these

Sarah Everard’s Death Has Become Larger Than Life

On March 3, thirty-three year old Sarah Everard vanished as she walked home from a friend’s house. As a woman walking alone, she had done everything “right.” She wore brightly colored, unrevealing clothes. She called her boyfriend as she was leaving to let him know

Let the Madness Begin

Let’s cut the crap and get right into the thick of it. Gonzaga is going to win the national championship. No team besides West Virginia has come closer than 10 points. The question is simply as Larry Bird put it “Who’s coming in second?” Oklahoma