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An Inside View: BSG Co-President Nayomi Neelangal

The Round Table sat down with one of the current Co-Presidents of Beloit Student Government (BSG), Nayomi Neelangal’22. Neelangal’s year-long term is coming to an end, as the election for the next BSG president closes at midnight, Tuesday night. The new presidents will take over

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

The Meaning of C-Haus

The paintings: beer bottles, egg plants, a Tralfamadorian from Kurt Vonnegut novels. The objects: a stage, a bar, a drum set, an organ. A pool table sits in the middle of the room beneath a hanging stained glass lamp, the kind you might see in

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

Sig Haunted House Review

“Sigma Chi’s Haunted Hospital”, printed in a red, spooky font was plastered around campus and took over Instagram and Snapchat stories. This past Saturday night, Sigma Chi put on a haunted house with a hospital theme, which according to their poster, has “insane prisoners, evil

Courses For Next Year

If you have found yourself poring over the Beloit Portal, scrolling through page after page of classes, thinking to yourself “What am I going to take?”, then you are not alone. Course registration is stressful in many ways, and requires a lot of brainpower. You

What You Should Be For Halloween Based on Your Major

Halloween is coming up in just a few days, causing procrastinators to scramble for a last minute costume. If you put off getting a costume just like you put off writing that discussion post; don’t be boring this Halloween and dress as a cat or

Ranking Star Wars Movies

   The “Star Wars” franchise has made its mark on the movie industry as the second highest grossing movie franchise. One of the biggest debates among “Star Wars” fans is the ranking of them. Here is my ranking of every “Star Wars” movie from best to

If ‘Squid Game’ Took Place at Beloit

Face it: tuition and student loans haunt you. As college students, the inevitable debt that awaits us after graduation is horrifying. Wouldn’t it be a dream if this debt could be paid in its entirety through prize money? By now, tons of Beloiters have seen

What is a Conservatorship

No one saw the abuse. Not until Britney Spears addressed the Los Angeles Superior Courts in July of 2019.  In 2008, international pop-star Britney Spears was placed under the legal conservatorship, or guardianship, of her father, James “Jamie” Spears. She was still going on world