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Monthly Archives: May 2021

Four Albums I’m Looking Forward to in May

I work part-time at a local record store and one of the things l do there is update the monthly new release board. It’s really nothing special; it’s just a small chalk board that I write upcoming albums on for the store. In doing it

A Recap of the 2021 Oscars

   This past Sunday, April 25 was the 93 Academy Awards which was held under new and unusual circumstances. Nevertheless, it was a night of high honor and talent being presented with the infamous Oscar.     “Another Round” a Danish film, on four high school teachers consuming

Laconic Libations: A Senior Thesis Art Show

 April 30 was the start of Laconic Libations, the senior thesis art show, the opening reception was held at 4:15 outside the Wright Museum with plenty of tasty treats for before and after the viewing. The show presented theses from artists Maria G. Aschenbrener ‘21,

Beloit College Trivia

Remember those trivia quizzes you used to take in magazines back in the late 2000s and early 2010s? The ones where you would circle the answers in pen, and then go back and try to fix your answers when you read the answer key by

Beloit College’s Majors as Vine Quotes

It’s that time of the semester: registration week. The time of the semester where everyone hovers over their computers with the class registration page open and then curse loudly to themselves when the portal page inevitably crashes. And yes, first years: It does crash every

Meet a Student Worker

Editor’s Note: Autumn Green is the news editor for the Round Table and holds a place on the editorial board. As the outgoing seniors pack up their lives and memories to move forward, our current first years have already begun establishing their identities all over

CDC Unveils New Mask Guidelines

For Americans who have been given the full COVID-19 vaccination, the new guidelines regarding face masks should come as great news. On Tues Apr. 27, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that for those who have received both vaccine doses, plus an

Idaho Passes Bill Banning Critical Race Theory

   Idaho has passed a bill to ban Critical Race Theory (CRT) from public colleges and universities under the impression that it advocates that one race, gender, ethnicity or religion is supposedly better or more superior than another. In the bill, Idaho lawmakers have purported that

Johnson and Johnson Vaccine Resumes

As of Apr. 25, 2021, the CDC and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommended the resumption of distribution of the Johnson and Johnson Janssen Covid-19 Vaccine.     The CDC and FDA released a joint statement on Apr. 13, 2021 stating that they were reviewing the