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An Easy and Eggcellent Meal

When talking to people about eggs, it’s not uncommon to hear lots of complaining. “They’re too runny.” “The texture grosses me out.” “I’m fine with them until I remember that I’m eating eggs.” Although everyone is entitled to their own opinions, those sentences are gross

Interview With BSU’s President Jada Daniel

Black History Month is a time to celebrate, reflect and educate ourselves about the powerful contributions of Black people around the world. Black History Month has been celebrated every February since 1976, and the month was originally expanded by Carter G. Woodson’s devotion and life’s

Unexpected Things Found in Peet

Long considered the “stoner dorm” of Beloit campus, Peet holds a special place at Beloit. No other dorm has its own festival, its own reputation, and its own history the way Peet does. The rich culture of Peet has fostered an interesting environment, filled with

Deliverer of the Dead

Allow me to set the scene. It’s the end of the first semester. Classes are over. Final papers have been written and exams have been taken. Many students are looking forward to going back home for the break. The Round Table has had the pleasure

Valentines Day Date Ideas

Valentines Day Date Ideas With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, many lovestruck partners are struggling to think of the perfect date idea. This day can feel stressful. How can one express their undying love for a person in just one day? What if something

5 Ways for Busy Students to Stay on Top of Work

Spring semester means new beginnings. The snow is starting to melt, the belligerent squirrels are hunting for the acorns they hid, and students are finding their way to new classes and new schedules. Adjusting to a new timeline is never easy, but as an organizational

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“Grounded in Hard Work”: Blue Collar Coffee Review

Walking into Blue Collar Coffee, you are greeted by a warm embrace of comfort and welcomeness, and the air filled with the aroma of freshly ground espresso beans and gently warming pastries. With “coffee with character for hardworking people,” Blue Collar delivers quite simply the

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