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Monthly Archives: February 2022

WBCR Spotlight: Stardust Radio Show

 Jemia Irving ‘22, host of WBCR’s “Stardust Radio Show,” sat down with The Round Table to tell all there is to know about her show. Broadcasting Friday nights from 10PM until 11PM, Stardust Radio Show is a talk-radio show with a little music thrown in.

HBO’s “It’s A Sin” Review

  Ever since getting into the Broadway musical “Falsettos,” I have been on the prowl for more media about the AIDS epidemic. To be more specific, I have been searching for honest chronicles of the AIDS epidemic, content with a lot of heart and research. With

“Arthur” Ends After 25 Years

   Feb. 21 marked the end of an era for Generation Z. Marc Brown’s beloved children’s cartoon, “Arthur,” concluded its 25-year run this past week. “Arthur,” a PBS original series, centers around Arthur Read, an anthropomorphic aardvark, and his friends as they navigate the challenges of

Interview With BSU’s President Jada Daniel

Black History Month is a time to celebrate, reflect and educate ourselves about the powerful contributions of Black people around the world. Black History Month has been celebrated every February since 1976, and the month was originally expanded by Carter G. Woodson’s devotion and life’s

Buccaneer Basketball Comes to a Close

If you’ve ever been to Gurnee, Illinois, you know what it’s famous for. If you haven’t, it’s famous for the amusement park Six Flags. I bring this up for the sake of comparison to the Beloit men’s basketball team. They could be compared to the

Who the Buc are you?

The Round Table got the opportunity to sit down with Lorraine Pedroza’24 and found out Who the Buc she is! The Round Table: Where are you from?  Lorraine Pedroza: “Peoria, AZ.”  RT: What is your major? LP: “Bio Major #womeninstem shout out to Laura Parmentier

Unexpected Things Found in Peet

Long considered the “stoner dorm” of Beloit campus, Peet holds a special place at Beloit. No other dorm has its own festival, its own reputation, and its own history the way Peet does. The rich culture of Peet has fostered an interesting environment, filled with

Wild N’ Out at Beloit

Thanks to Black Students United (BSU), Beloit College hosted its own rendition of MTV’s “Wild N’ Out.” Premiering in 2005, “Wild N’ Out” is an improv and sketch comedy game show hosted by musician and actor Nick Cannon. Each episode features two teams of comedians

Professor Michael Dango’s Book Launch

On Thursday, Feb. 18, the English Department held a celebration for one of their faculty members, Professor Michael Dango in the Wright Museum of Art to help celebrate the launching of his new book, Crisis Style: The Aesthetics of Repair.  A large number of students,