The sun is beginning to set on what has been a wild 2016 MLB season. Most of the division races — save for two — are all but decided thanks to some massive gaps between the division leaders and those trying to chase after them.
Welcome readers! In this series, I’ll be providing my own wisdom into this fantasy football season, and chronicling the performance of my own team. In full disclosure, this is only my second season playing fantasy football, so I have very little idea of what I’m
As this year’s rough and tumble election cycle has run its course, one person has quietly reaped the benefits: George W. Bush. The 43rd president, who left office with a horrid 22 percent approval rating, has rebounded enormously. A June 2015 CNN/ORC poll showed 52
In recent months, athletes such as Colin Kaepernick and Gabby Douglas have begun using their visibility to protest police violence and racial discrimination by refusing to stand during the national anthem. The two athletes, widely recognized for their achievements in sports, are subjects of great
If I’m ever walking from one location to another on campus while staring at my phone, no matter how (un)subtly I may be doing so, or how nonchalant I’m trying to appear, there is a 99% chance I’m playing Pokémon Go. And I have absolutely
“You don’t know me, but you’ve been inside of me. And that’s why we are here today.” These were the unfortunate words of a very strong young woman, composed in a letter that was published on June 3. On January 17, 2015 a young woman
The end of summer largely heralds the conclusion to the annual music festival circuit. For several of the hottest months each year, various events scattered around the globe attempt to curate the most exciting musical lineups, avoid horrendously inclement weather and attract the largest crowds.
From the Big Apple to Beloit College, Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science John McMahon has made quite the leap to join campus. However, It is hardly the first major move of his young life. McMahon grew up in Castle Rock, a suburb of Denver,
The Round Table sat down with CJ Clark, a double major in Sociology & Critical Identity Studies, and Environmental Studies Minor. The topics discussed ranged from influential professors to weird Wisconsin sightings to words of wisdom for Beloit’s freshman class. The Round Table: What was
The Art and Art History Departments took a field trip this past Saturday, Sept. 10, to the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art and the Art Institute of Chicago. Three different art history classes went on the field trip, including “History and