Since Coughy House, lovingly referred to as “C-Haus,” opened its doors in 1972, generations of students have faced constant struggles over management and finances to keep it open in the last 50 years. Despite loosening Covid policy restrictions in the recent weeks, C-Haus remains closed
I had described Frank McKearn IV as an enigma. He seemed mysterious, always roaming around campus and through the Powerhouse, always on a mission to somewhere. I had first noticed McKearn last year, first just through seeing him at the Powerhouse, then as engineer and
Have you ever wanted somewhere to go on a Thursday night? Friday? Saturday? Is the creepy co-owner of 5 bar putting you off? Maybe the heat of TKE basement just isn’t for you? Well, I would tell you to head on over to C-haus then,
On February 19, Beloit College’s Office of Academic Diversity and Inclusiveness launched a week long campaign, #SunkenPlace, tackling the issue of Racism and White Supremacy, welcoming several professors and students as speakers. While some events took place in Java Joint, most took place in C-Haus.