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Monthly Archives: October 2021

Celebrating the Oncoming Fall Season with Poetry

The community of Beloit College gathered around the poetry garden on Friday to kick off the fall season with autumn inspired poems and an assortment of fall favorite treats. The event was hosted by the English Department. Tamara Ketabgian, a professor and Chair of the

Album of the Week: ‘The Book of Mormon”

In honor of the “The Book of Mormon” upcoming Broadway reopening on Nov. 5, I thought it would only be fair to review the soundtrack! This original Broadway cast recording, released in 2011, chronicles the events of the musical “The Book of Mormon,” wherein two

What is a Conservatorship

No one saw the abuse. Not until Britney Spears addressed the Los Angeles Superior Courts in July of 2019.  In 2008, international pop-star Britney Spears was placed under the legal conservatorship, or guardianship, of her father, James “Jamie” Spears. She was still going on world

C-Haus Can Be More Than Just a Bar

C-Haus. The campus bar. Closed for Covid, never to be open again. Why? Especially when the Powerhouse is fully functioning, and people are crammed in at lunch and breakfast, not wearing masks because they are eating. Rush events were allowed to happen, along with parties

Cold Cases of Beloit

The world is fascinated by murder. Something about the investigation process, collecting evidence, footage of interrogations, forensic evidence, it lets the public in on something that historically has been unreachable to the average eye. It lets us become a fly on the wall.  I recently

Rise of Covid19 Cases Among Young People in Beloit

According to the latest figures stated by the Beloit Daily News, COVID-19 cases have been surging heavily among young children in Rock County. Data provided by the Rock County Public Health issues that there are 38 new cases identified among individuals from ages 4-13 and

Beloit Students Express Outrage Over Dining Options

Beloit students expressed their outrage this Tuesday during a scheduled meeting about this semester’s dining hall options regarding the quality of the food, limited options and mishandling of food. Since the beginning of the fall 2021 semester, students have started voicing their concerns and opinions

Volleyball and Football Take on Grinnell

The volleyball team took on Maranatha Baptist University last Tuesday night where they lost 3-2. Game one was not so hot, the Bucs lost 25-13. A contributing factor to the low points scored seemed to be no communication. A lot of balls seemed to have