Thrifting has become a staple in my life. The vast majority of my wardrobe has been picked up second hand from a thrift store, a consignment shop, from a friend, or even found on the ground. I have been thrifting since high school, and since
As most students at Beloit aspire to become successful with their projects, many unfortunately face setbacks that make it hard for them to achieve their goals. But not for freshman Jalen Ponder’ 25, the Chief Executive Officer of Evendtor, a connection platform for food trucks
The volleyball team sits at 4-6, coming off two games this past weekend against Illinois College and Knox College. Friday night they lost to IC in a 5 set thriller. The Bucs came storming out and won the first set then dropping the next two.
Cross country runners are unheralded heroes of athletes. Doing two a days at practice, and giving it their all to run. As my high school football coach said “who runs for fun?” Well they do coach, and they’ve done it quite well this season under
The Round Table got the opportunity to sit down with Emilio Mendoza’24 and find out who the Buc he is! RT: Where are you from? Mendoza: “Tremonton, Utah.” RT: What is your major? Mendoza: “Business Economics” RT: What is your plan after
Tattoos are a huge part for different cultures all over the world and have become a part of self-expression and identity for many people over the years. But most people are not at all aware of the meaning of their tattoos. Do most even take
This semester has been different in a way I can’t quite describe. It’s not anything that obvious, but something only distinguishable to those who have noticed it fading over time. Maybe it’s just the nostalgia of my senior year, but as I walk through campus,