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Kids Should Not Have Phones

No, wait! Hear me out! I know that title sounds overdramatic. It sounds less like a Round Table Op-Ed title and more like something your uncle says at the Thanksgiving table. Four months ago that headline would have annoyed me, I would have thought it

I Don’t Like Cold Weather

Human beings are the most adaptable animals on the planet. From our cradle in Africa, to North America, humans have spread across all kinds of terrain and climates, using tools to adapt from the thinnest air in Machu Picchu to the lonely islands of Polynesia.

Best Horror Movies on Beloit Cinema

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

The Continuing Fall of Activision Blizzard

Activision Blizzard is in free fall. It’s stock has fallen more than 10% in the last week. It’s two largest partners, Xbox and Playstation have both publicly stated that they are re-evaluating their working relationships with the gaming giant. Playstation even removed Call of Duty:

December Dance

This past Saturday, Nov. 20 at 7:30pm, the students in Beloit’s Dance program were given the chance to show off what they’ve been working on this semester in a series of stunning and elaborate performances. The doors to the Neese Theater were opened early, and

Call of Duty: Vanguard Review

Every year certain things happen without fail. The President of the United States pardons a turkey. We lose a little bit more of the polar ice caps to climate change, and Activision Blizzard releases another Call of Duty game. This year’s offering is Call of

“Dune” Review

In an era of Hollywood defined by bombastic superhero movies, car chases, and explosions, “Dune” stands out for having the courage to take its time. The film is made memorable with solid performances, striking visuals, and a menacing yet beautiful score by Hans Zimmer. However,