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Cross Country takes on Wheaton Gil Dodds Invitational

This article appeared in the September 23rd edition of the Round Table Cross Country traveled to Dupage County just outside Chicago to race in the Wheaton Gil Dodds Invitational in the St. James Forest Preserve. Wheaton College hosted the invitational.  The 6km and 8km courses

Why Beloit College Should Celebrate Labor Day

On September 2ndAmericans across the country woke up late, spent time with family, and maybe barbequed in the backyard. There were; however, around 1,000 people who instead got up at their usual hour and went about their days as normal. Beloit College held classes on

Is YAF Trying to Provoke Students?

This story was originally published in the September 16 issue of the Round Table.  On October 10th Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) are planning to bring former Vice President Dick Cheney to speak. The last speaker that YAF brought to campus was Erik Prince who

Fallout of the admissions scandal at selective institutions

Last week the country reeled after the revelation of what the Justice Department calls “its largest college admissions prosecution.” 50 individuals have been charged for participating in a scheme to rig the admissions processes of highly selective institutions. At the heart of the scandal is

Beloit YAF chair discusses past, upcoming speakers

The Round Table sat down with Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) Chair Andrew Collins’20 to discuss the speakers they have brought and are planning to bring to campus. There has been disagreement in the campus community about whether or not some of these speakers should