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Wisconsin Primary Results

Following the Tuesday, Feb. 18 primary elections for Wisconsin Supreme Court justice, conservative-backed incumbent Daniel Kelly, who has served on the court since 2016, and liberal-backed Jill Karofsky, who is currently a Dane County Circuit Court judge, advanced to the April 7 election. Ed Fallone,

Voting Rate Surges at Beloit College

The voting rate among Beloit College students nearly doubled between 2014 and 2018, according to a September 2019 report by the National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE) at Tufts University. Daksha Howard, the Coordinator for the college’s Office of Student Success, Equity and

Climate Scientist Speaks in New Weissberg Auditorium

On the afternoon of Friday, Feb. 7, the Weissberg Auditorium inside of the newly opened Powerhouse (covered elsewhere in this issue of the Round Table) filled to the brim with Beloit College students, faculty and donors for its inaugural public speaker event. Dr. Maureen Raymo

Brenna Wynn Greer’94 speaks about new book on black imagemakers

The 2019 installment of Beloit College’s Richardson Lecture Series featured Dr. Brenna Wynn Greer’94, the Knafel Assistant Professor of Social Sciences and assistant professor of history at Wellesley College. On Mon., Oct. 21, Greer spoke in Richardson Auditorium about her book “Represented: The Black Imagemakers

Beloit Celebrates Día de los muertos

Students and community members gathered in the atrium of the Sanger Center for the Sciences on the evening of Fri., Nov. 1 to honor the Latin American holiday Día de los muertos by welcoming local ballet folklórico and mariachi groups, eating freshly cooked tamales and