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‘Mean Girls’ Broadway Tour Review

Last weekend, I took a trip back home to Milwaukee to catch the Broadway tour of the musical “Mean Girls.” While in Milwaukee for its five-day run (Jan. 25 — Jan. 30), the show played at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts. Located in

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

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Feminist Generations: A Collective Narrative

In an interview with the Round Table on Feb. 4, Professor Michael Dango shared details regarding the curation of the ongoing “Feminist Generations” exhibit. The exhibit, housed in the Wright Museum of Art, features a collection of photographs taken by New York photographer Donna Ferrato.

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

Album of the Week: “Breakfast in America”

An iconic staple in the vinyl collection of any classic rock fan, Supertamp’s “Breakfast In America” is an album that helped pave the way for future generations of rock musicians to experiment with different genres. Released in 1979 as the band’s sixth album, Supertramp used

Peace of Art Exhibit

It was the promise of free pizza that drew students to the Wright Museum on the afternoon of Nov. 9, but it was the talent of their peers that convinced them to stick around. The event showcased the creativity of students in the Advanced Mentoring