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Fig. 3 Derosier, Story, and Ndiaye looking at Fall’s work

Recent Acquisitions from the West African Calligraphy Institute, Dakar, Senegal

During a Global Experience Office site-visit to Dakar, Senegal in January (2024) Beloit College faculty members Gana Ndiaye and Joseph Derosier, along with Wright Museum of Art curator Christa Story visited the West African Calligraphy Institute in the Guédiawaye region of the city.   

Gov. Tony Evers and President

A Visit from the Governor

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers paid a visit to Beloit College on October 5th, 2023.

A collection of previous Beloit Fiction Journal covers going back to 1985.

Beloit Fiction Journal behind the scenes

Beloit College has a rich history of producing literary publications , from Blue Moon to Pocket Lint , but only the annual Beloit Fiction Journal features professional works of fiction submitted by writers across the country and edited by Beloit students. Through creative writing courses, students consider more than 1,000…


Re-imaging the Logan Museum

On November 16, the Logan Museum welcomed dozens of students, faculty, staff, and community members to the re-opening of the Logan Museum. The first floor features three new exhibits, new LED lighting, and vibrant graphic design elements. Four students — India Clizer’24, Beren Engstrom’25, Kiersten Faldet’24, and Sarah Lorenz’24 — worked closely with the museum’s director, Nicolette Meister…

Podcasting equipment at CELEB

Podcasting: Sharing Your Voice

The podcasting studio at the Center for Entrepreneurship (CELEB) is open to all Beloit College students, faculty, and staff who have ideas to share with our campus community and beyond.


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