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A long road to Beloit was worth it

Nathan Wilder’25 started his college career before graduating high school and made a couple stops before transferring to Beloit. Now, he’s in the perfect place to pursue both academic and extracurricular interests in computer science, robotics, and gaming.

“Beloit is definitely a good school,” he says. “I am impressed by the academics and programs considering how small it is.”

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Phidor Kong’23 at the one of ten thousand Finnish lakes surrounded by thick forest, where the wat... Phidor Kong’23 at the one of ten thousand Finnish lakes surrounded by thick forest, where the water was clean enough to drink.

Beloit & Beyond 2022

Traveling the world and our own backyard

Over 60 Beloiters presented at the 2022 Beloit and Beyond Conference, created to allow students to demonstrate what they have learned through study abroad, internships, community engagement, and other experiences. Student presentations covered a diverse range of topics and experiences, including:

  • Jack Collier’24 conducted archaeological research on Neanderthal stone tools in North Macedonia.
  • Garrison Ferone’23 swam with sea lions in the Galapagos.
  • Rayven Ferber’23 trained as an EMT with the South Beloit Fire Department.
  • Phidor Kong’23 studied environmental policy in Finland.

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Unique Opportunities

Student club presses play with a brand new gaming space

A new gaming and esports club joins casual and competitive gamers on campus. Its new space in Whitney Hall links people of all backgrounds to hang out and play video games.

“Everybody involved is super excited,” says Peyton Scarpaci’23, one of the club’s co-presidents, about the group’s evolution.

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Students hang out at a recent watch party of the Overwatch League Grand Finals 2022. Students hang out at a recent watch party of the Overwatch League Grand Finals 2022.

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Excellent Athletes

Brandon Joly Receives MWC’s Prestigious Roy W. LeClere Award

The Midwest Conference (MWC) announced Beloit College senior Brandon Joly is this year’s recipient of the Roy W. LeClere Award, awarded annually to the MWC’s male scholar-athlete who achieved the highest grade-point-average during his junior year.

A soccer player and contributing member of the Buccaneers’ track & field team, Joly is just the second Beloit scholar-athlete to receive the award, with the only other coming in 1995 (Josh Rosen). He is majoring in mathematics, education & youth studies, and Spanish language & culture with a 4.0 grade point average.

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