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Daily Archives: February 9, 2022

Impacts of Commons Dining Room Closing

Sitting down to eat at Commons is a huge part of the college experience here at Beloit. Building relationships, making new friends, and creating great memories at Commons are some of the best parts about this school. The pandemic has of course made that more

Beloit Buccaneer Basketball

The Beloit College Women’s basketball team holds a record of 4-14, 0-10 in conference. Their two most recent games include a 74-59 loss to conference leader Ripon College. Which was a physical contest. At the blow of any whistle came a groan from both cohorts

Swimmers Finish Regular Season Strong

Beloit swim is back in action. They were back in action on Jan. 7 at the Robert G. Nicholls Natatorium. Where both, the men and women, took on UW-Oshkosh. Both lost to the Titans, however that is not to say they didn’t have some top

Who the Buc are you?

The Round Table got the opportunity to sit down with Logan Eicheid’23 and find out Who the Buc he is! The Round Table: Where are you from?  Logan Eischeid: “Walworth, Wisconsin. It’s a small town about half hour straight East of Beloit” RT: What is

Doing the Work: Dr. Atiera Coleman’s Address

On February 3, 2022, Beloit College formally introduced its celebration of Black History Month with a keynote address from Dr. Atiera Coleman, Rock County Equity Manager, former Beloit College Associate Dean of Students, and class of 2010. This virtual address was streamed to the college’s

Covid Cases Declining in Rock County and Wisconsin

 Although the omicron variant of COVID-19 continues to affect daily lives across the world, Rock County has shown some promise with positive cases down 71% over the last 14 days according to The New York Times COVID-19 data.     Throughout November and December, Rock County remained

Increase in Fatal Accidents in Beloit Area

The city of Beloit has reported another homicide of the year, making it up to three ongoing investigations for the Beloit police department. A woman was found stabbed to death Saturday morning, Jan. 29.  Beloit police records show that police responded at around 7:20 a.m.

5 Ways for Busy Students to Stay on Top of Work

Spring semester means new beginnings. The snow is starting to melt, the belligerent squirrels are hunting for the acorns they hid, and students are finding their way to new classes and new schedules. Adjusting to a new timeline is never easy, but as an organizational