UPDATED INFORMATION: As of Feb. 7, one day after this article has gone to print, the Office of Residential Life has requested to clarify the following : “DSN will not be’ remain[ing] in their house’ as it has been classified as a residence hall, nor
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.
A person was shot and killed Saturday night, Jan. 29 in the parking lot of Beloit Memorial High School. According to Beloit police reports the incident occurred around 10:45 p.m. The shooting followed a varsity basketball game between Beloit Memorial High School and La Follette
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
Walking into Blue Collar Coffee, you are greeted by a warm embrace of comfort and welcomeness, and the air filled with the aroma of freshly ground espresso beans and gently warming pastries. With “coffee with character for hardworking people,” Blue Collar delivers quite simply the
Sometimes it can be tough to find the right scary movie to watch. DVD players are becoming a rarity, and the selection on streaming services can be pretty sparse. But luckily, there’s Beloit Cinema. Beloit Cinema is a powerful campus resource, giving students access to
In an interview with the Round Table on Feb. 4, Professor Michael Dango shared details regarding the curation of the ongoing “Feminist Generations” exhibit. The exhibit, housed in the Wright Museum of Art, features a collection of photographs taken by New York photographer Donna Ferrato.