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The Continuing Fall of Activision Blizzard

Activision Blizzard is in free fall. It’s stock has fallen more than 10% in the last week. It’s two largest partners, Xbox and Playstation have both publicly stated that they are re-evaluating their working relationships with the gaming giant. Playstation even removed Call of Duty:

Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict: Not Guilty

On Friday Kyle Rittenhouse, 18, was acquitted of all charges regarding the deadly shootings that happened last summer in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He was accused of killing two people and shooting another during a protest after a White Kenosha police officer shot Jacob Blake, a Black

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

Emerging Details of Gateway Business Park Sale

New details on the development of the 56-acre property in Beloit’s Gateway Business Park have emerged. The sale of land was approved by Beloit City Council, as previously reported on by the Round Table. The 56.27 acres at 1901 Gateway Blvd. sold for $562,700. As

Travis Scott Festival Turns to Mayhem For Fans

On Nov. 6 an estimated 50,000 fans gathered in Houston, Texas to watch the rapper and producer Travis Scott perform at his “Astroworld” Festival. “Astroworld” is Scott’s annual music festival. It is also the title of his 2018 album.  The crowd squeezed in tight preparing

2022 Budget Approved By Beloit Council

A unanimous approval by The Beloit City Council on the city’s 2022 budget happened Monday, Nov. 1. Data gathered by the Beloit Daily Mail informs us that the budget reflects a major capital project as well as a slight increase in taxes and fees for

1,200 Year Old Dugout Canoe Found in Lake Mendota

On Tuesday, Nov. 2, the Wisconsin Historical Society raised a 1,200-year-old dugout canoe from Lake Mendota. The canoe was first discovered back in June by Tamara Thomsen and Mallory Dragt, workers at Diversions Scuba. The two cruised under the 9,781-acre lake on a couple of