After Beloit


Gatter Tran’22 completed an internship with Vietnam Television in summer 2020 before creating his own BeloitTV show, “In the Mode.”

Meet Beloit’s next fashion critic-turned-TV personality

First, Gatter Tran’22 created a TV talk show about fashion called “In the Mode” through a production class in CELEB’s BeloitTV station. Now, he’s ready to take the fashion world by storm.

Eva Labson’05

Balancing on Ladders: A Career in Collections Management

Eva Labson’05 was looking for museum studies, a structured course of study, and hands-on learning opportunities when she applied to college. Beloit College offered all three, and prepared her for a career at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Kurt Sundstrom’87 inside the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Kalil House

It Was the Best: Learning to Read, Write, and Think Critically

Kurt Sundstrom’87 arrived at Beloit thinking he might pursue medicine. He left devoted to the humanities, which helps explain his role today as Senior Curator at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH.

Sasha Vorlicky 

Early Career Report: Sasha Vorlicky’19, Photographer and Filmmaker

As a Beloit College student, Sasha Vorlicky’19 was involved in a variety of photography and filmmaking projects across campus. Today he’s involved in filmmaking and photography in New York City while working for an interior design and architecture firm. 

Yuki Kawamori

Early Career Report: Yuki Kawamori, Visiting Student

Yuki Kawamori was a visiting student in the fall of 2018, when he enrolled in “Introduction to Nonfiction Video” and discovered he had a passion for video production.


Early Career Report: Will Tomer’17, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Will Tomer’17 works for his hometown newspaper, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He joined the paper as its digital opinion editor and was promoted to op-ed editor in August.

Dianne Lugo’19

Young Alum Hits It Big in Radio

Within weeks of graduating, Dianne Lugo ’19 embarked on an impressive journalism career. After a brief stint writing for a publication in Los Angeles, Lugo got the opportunity to write, research, and produce for NPR’s acclaimed weekly broadcast, “Code Switch.”


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