Discussions regarding a new Beloit Snappers stadium are ongoing, but pressure is mounting for the minor league baseball team. The Midwest League has begun to express urgency for Beloit, as plans to replace Pohlman Field are not where they need to be, according to Midwest
2018 was a busy year for female-led indie groups. Between Soccer Mommy, Charly Bliss, Men I Trust and many others, indie bands fronted by women came from the woodwork like never before in 2018. One of these groups stood out from the rest using a
Beloit College is now formally offering a Media Studies major as of the start of the spring 2019 semester. The college has offered a plethora of media classes through other departments in the past, but students are now able to declare Media Studies as their
The Wisconsin Legislature’s Joint Finance Committee approved a grant worth nearly $1 million in late February for a Riverwalk development for a further addition to Beloit College’s Powerhouse project. The committee approved a Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources request to fund part of the project,
A previously suspended Beloit College student returned to campus last week after a series of hearings regarding controversial social media posts. Nathaniel Acharya’20 was suspended from campus for part of Sunday, March 17 and all of Monday, March 18 during an investigation into a series
As another cold front makes its way through the Midwest, Beloit experienced another Wind Chill Advisory this past weekend. “Another bitter cold front will produce wind chills between Sunday night and Monday morning of around -25 degrees,” Bruce Heine, Beloit College’s Director of Safety and
On Friday, Feb. 15, Beloit College’s Department of Economics took its trip to Chicago for the 33rd annual “Econ Day” event. Roughly 40 economics majors, along with economics professors and faculty, departed via bus at 7:00 a.m. for a day of networking with Beloit alumni.
This article was originally printed in the Feb. 11, 2019 issue of The Round Table. During the early hours of Saturday, Feb. 2, Beloit police responded to a report of shots fired near the Hendricks Center, a piece of downtown property owned by Beloit College.
This article was originally printed in the Feb. 11, 2019 issue of The Round Table. From Thursday, Feb. 7 through Saturday, Feb. 9, the Beloit College Board of Trustees gathered in Beloit for their annual winter meeting. The meeting was the second of three yearly
Although baseball has been arguably its strongest athletic program in recent years, Beloit College is not necessarily known for its association with America’s pastime. However, the small liberal arts school actually possesses a decorated baseball history that dates back over a century, highlighted by a