Student Work


The “Yuyanapaq” project documented the atrocities inflicted on the Peruvian people during two decades of national unrest, creating photographic evidence. The sign in this Lima protest translates as “No to terrorism.”

Yuyanapaq: A Photography Exhibit, an Assignment, and a Book

A decade of student and faculty work has come together into a book which documents and reflects on the human rights violations that took place in Peru between 1980 and 2000, two of the bloodiest decades in the nation’s history.

Farah Tolu-Honary’s view of a beautiful blue street in Tunesia.

“The world is never that far away”

Meet twins Farah and Ariana Tolu-Honary’24 and their younger sister, Mina’26. Though they run in different circles on campus and studied abroad in three different places to improve their language skills in three different languages, the sisters all share the goal of becoming teachers or professors.   

Louise Claussen’24 aspires to focus in public policy in law school after graduation.

Exploring public health law

Louise Claussen’24 explored public policy through a health lens at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs through the Junior Summer Institute. She found that her experiences outside the classroom were just as integral to her education as anything inside it.  

Farah Tolu-Honary

An IR and French major’s busy international year

Paper by Farah Tolu-Honary’24 (IR, French) published.

Rebeca Galindo, State Senator Mark Spreitzer, Kitana Gulotta

Spending the summer at the state capitol

Beloit students intern with Wisconsin State Senator

Elena Patilliet

Elena Patilliet Posla ’22 awarded the Wisconsin Women in Government (WWIG) scholarship

The WWIG is a statewide nonpartisan non-profit organization of professional women in government service. It awards three undergraduate scholarships every year to students interested in a career in government or public service.


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