The fall/winter issue of Beloit College Magazine arrived on campus this week.
“I think this issue is visually interesting and substantive,” says Susan Kasten, the editor. “I’m especially pleased with the ways alumni and students helped make it so through with their stories and photography.”
Faculty, staff, and seniors can expect to receive a copy in their mailboxes, and around 18,000 alumni and friends of the college will receive their issues in the regular mail over the next two weeks. Anyone may pick up a copy free of charge from the racks in the Mail Center, the bookstore, and Pearsons by the middle of this week.
This issue features a collection of profiles about alumni journalists, looks at the projects of three McNair Scholars, marks the college’s 50th year of study abroad, and much more, including a Q & A with Neese Professor of Economics Emily Chamlee-Wright on recovery in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. (A full transcript of the interview is available online.)
If you have questions about the magazine or want to share a story idea or comment, contact Editor Susan Kasten in the Office of Communications and Marketing at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also comment on stories directly, online, at http://magazine.beloit.edu/.