- April 19, 2012
From New York City to Naperville, Istanbul to Sweden, Madison to Philadelphia, over 450 Beloiters celebrated Beloit on Spring Day, April 18. A special thank you to the nearly 60 volunteers that came together to make this happen.
- April 16, 2012
No class and enjoying the weather on the turtle mounds…yes, Spring Day, April 18, is right around the corner. You aren’t a student, but so what? We can still get together and celebrate Beloit on Spring Day! And, find out more about the new interactive Beloiters Unite!
- April 10, 2012
- March 9, 2012
Beloit alumnus Rick Brooks’69 and a friend founded Little Free Libraries. Although the two men met just several years ago, there are now some 200 Little Free Libraries in 34 states and 17 countries.
- February 15, 2012
For 32 years, a portrait of a serene Mary Todd Lincoln hung in the governor’s mansion in Springfield, Ill., signed by Francis Bicknell Carpenter, a celebrated painter who lived at the White House for six months in 1864. Now it turns out that both the portrait and the touching tale accompanying it are false, and Beloit's Barry Bauman'69 uncovered the fraud.
- February 9, 2012
Philip Polgreen'92 utilizes his liberal arts education every day. Incorporating computer science, biology, and mathematics, Polgreen solves real problems with technology to track infectious disease; and it landed him on the inside back cover of the February 2012 edition of Popular Mechanics.
- January 10, 2012
Local author and Beloit College alumna Ann Bausum’79 will discuss her latest book with the campus and community on Wednesday, Jan. 18, at 7 p.m. in Pearsons Hall’s Moore Lounge.
- December 9, 2011
Biologist, ecologist, photojournalist, author, and explorer Mark Moffett’79 has recently added another note of distinction to his impressive list of accomplishments: he recently discovered what may be the world’s largest insect.