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Yearly Archives: 2021

December Dance

This past Saturday, Nov. 20 at 7:30pm, the students in Beloit’s Dance program were given the chance to show off what they’ve been working on this semester in a series of stunning and elaborate performances. The doors to the Neese Theater were opened early, and

Album of the Week: “Breakfast in America”

An iconic staple in the vinyl collection of any classic rock fan, Supertamp’s “Breakfast In America” is an album that helped pave the way for future generations of rock musicians to experiment with different genres. Released in 1979 as the band’s sixth album, Supertramp used

Chemical Spill at the Powerhouse

On the morning of Wed Nov. 10, the Beloit College campus community was alerted via StuAlert that the Powerhouse was closed until further notice due to a chemical spill, which was upgraded to a shelter in place.  The shelter in place alert came at 10:41

Emerging Details of Gateway Business Park Sale

New details on the development of the 56-acre property in Beloit’s Gateway Business Park have emerged. The sale of land was approved by Beloit City Council, as previously reported on by the Round Table. The 56.27 acres at 1901 Gateway Blvd. sold for $562,700. As

Travis Scott Festival Turns to Mayhem For Fans

On Nov. 6 an estimated 50,000 fans gathered in Houston, Texas to watch the rapper and producer Travis Scott perform at his “Astroworld” Festival. “Astroworld” is Scott’s annual music festival. It is also the title of his 2018 album.  The crowd squeezed in tight preparing

The Meaning of C-Haus

The paintings: beer bottles, egg plants, a Tralfamadorian from Kurt Vonnegut novels. The objects: a stage, a bar, a drum set, an organ. A pool table sits in the middle of the room beneath a hanging stained glass lamp, the kind you might see in

Call of Duty: Vanguard Review

Every year certain things happen without fail. The President of the United States pardons a turkey. We lose a little bit more of the polar ice caps to climate change, and Activision Blizzard releases another Call of Duty game. This year’s offering is Call of

Who the Buc are you?

The Round Table got the opportunity to sit down with T’Aira Boyance’23 and find out Who the Buc she is! The Round Table: Where are you from?  T’Aira Boyance: Houston, TX.”  RT: What is your major? TB: “Double major in psychology and biology.”  RT: What

Buccaneers Battle in First Few Meets

The swim season is officially underway. The swim team has three meets under their belt, placing second in a dual meet for their opener. Their second meet took place in the Powerhouses’ Nicholls Natatorium, where they faced Ripon and Knox. Both the men and women

Women’s Basketball Returns to Action

For most teams a 0-3 record seems like something that would be an early season blunder. However, for our Buc women coming off a previous season going 3-22, this team has a lot of potential.  What I mean by that is they just have lapses