Meg Kulikowski’21

Writer and Editor

 Pronouns: she/her/hers  Email:  Phone: 608-363-2476  Office: 2nd Floor, 609 College St

Meg is a Beloiter through and through. While she was a student, she held work study positions writing in the communications office and conducting research projects in the library archives, sang in the a cappella group Bits & Pieces, edited the Beloit Fiction Journal, was an orientation leader and teaching assistant, and had a radio show on 90.3 WBCR. She also worked a few summers at a historic farm in her hometown of Raleigh, NC, where she wrangled 9-year-olds and the property’s six sweet goats with equal gusto.

Just weeks after she graduated with majors in literary studies and creative writing and a minor in history, she joined Beloit’s communications and marketing team. The best part of her job is writing stories about the (other) amazing Beloiters she meets.

Talk to Meg about: studying abroad during a pandemic, 20th century literature, Beloit faculty, staff, or students to feature, and Beloit College history.

Fun fact: She has a 7-year-old black goldendoodle named Ziva who she still affectionately calls her baby, even though she’s objectively middle-aged.

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