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All posts by Alana Eve Schacher

Coughy House Celebrates 50th Anniversary….Still Closed?

    Since Coughy House, lovingly referred to as “C-Haus,” opened its doors in 1972, generations of students have faced constant struggles over management and finances to keep it open in the last 50 years. Despite loosening Covid policy restrictions in the recent weeks, C-Haus remains closed

Illinois Will Lift Indoor Mask Mandate Within the Month

Note: The information in this article was obtained from an earlier story in the Beloit Daily News    Earlier this Week Gov. Pritzker announced plans to lift the Illinois Mask Mandate by Feb. 28, in light of declining hospitalizations. The change will not affect masking requirements

Independent News for the Community

For three Beloit students, the year 2020 was a whirlwind news cycle between COVID, racial protests, and a presidential election; information was flying everywhere, and not all of it accurate and accessible. The result in the Beloit community is “Beloit Citizen Media”, the brainchild of

Chemical Spill at the Powerhouse

On the morning of Wed Nov. 10, the Beloit College campus community was alerted via StuAlert that the Powerhouse was closed until further notice due to a chemical spill, which was upgraded to a shelter in place.  The shelter in place alert came at 10:41

Rocky Horror Shadowcast Hits Once Again

On Fri Nov. 5, the Rocky Horror Shadowcast was held at Wilson Theatre. Doors opened at 9p.m, and within a half hour, every seat was filled. Students were greeted by ID checkers and some lingerie-wearing Transylvanins marking admittance in red lipstick. At 9:30 the pre-show

The Arts Need Clean Water Too

*CORRECTION: Beloit College does pay for filtered water, not the THDA Department. Beloit College is not in direct violation of OSHA. However, the opinions of this article are not specifically in regard to who pays for the water, but rather critique the financial choices of

An Interview with Bon Appetit’s Ken Hnilo

This week The Round Table sat down with Bon Appetít General Manager, Ken Hnilo, to discuss recent upset regarding meal service.  TR: Have you been aware of student concerns regarding food service? If so, for how long? What did you hear? KH: Yes. Last week