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Yearly Archives: 2022

Powerhouse Shawarma Review

 After spring break, the folks at Bon Appétite and the Powerhouse introduced shawarma. Although its authenticity can certainly be questioned, the shawarma is actually pretty good and, most notably, better than its predecessor. Indeed, I was not a huge fan of the noodle and rice

Three Places Around Beloit to Soak up the Sun

Though the Midwest would like you to believe otherwise, it has officially been spring for almost a month. The dozen giant snowmen scattered around campus don’t reflect this fact, but warmer temperatures are on their way regardless and it is time to prepare for that

Album Review: ‘Mutilator Defeated At Last’ by Oh Sees

PSYCHEDELIC ROCK at its punchiest, most distilled, least over-thought, most punk steamrolled chunder. It’s not like this group has gone unnoticed, and this album is just my favorite of their 26-odd releases, mainly for its summation of their spirit, and for the fantastic mashing walls

Coughy House Celebrates 50th Anniversary….Still Closed?

    Since Coughy House, lovingly referred to as “C-Haus,” opened its doors in 1972, generations of students have faced constant struggles over management and finances to keep it open in the last 50 years. Despite loosening Covid policy restrictions in the recent weeks, C-Haus remains closed

BSU Presents: Black Gala 2022

The Round Table got a chance to sit down with Jada Daniel’23, BSU’s president for the 2021-2022 academic year. This year Black Student Union held their annual Black Gala event in the stack located in the Powerhouse on Saturday, February 26. Due to COVID-19, BSU

Interview With Good Trouble Beloit

The Round Table got a chance to sit down with Tony Capozziello, the founder of a local Beloit advocacy group: Good Trouble Beloit. On Tuesday, Feb 15, Capozziello won the Governor’s Financial Literacy Award for exceptional financial education for Wisconsinites. Round Table: What is Good

An Easy and Eggcellent Meal

When talking to people about eggs, it’s not uncommon to hear lots of complaining. “They’re too runny.” “The texture grosses me out.” “I’m fine with them until I remember that I’m eating eggs.” Although everyone is entitled to their own opinions, those sentences are gross