Student Work

Student Stories

Maker Lab supervisor Adwyn Burdett’27 experiments with a motherboard.

A Twenty-Year Overnight Success

Beloit’s Center for Entrepreneurship (CELEB) has been in business for two decades, already forming a legacy of lasting lessons and career foundations in the heart of downtown Beloit.

Zitzelsberger and Logas perform Riven

Dancing on the fringe

Professor of Dance Chris Johnson created a new work in collaboration with alumna Sarah Ellen Miller’15 and student Emma Logas’25 last May. The dance was invited to be a part of this fall’s Elgin Fringe Festival, held Labor Day Weekend. Because Miller was unavailable for the Fringe performance, Johnson invited Kateri Zitzelsberger’26 to step in. Logas and Zitzelsberger…

Students explore music in and out of the classroom. Bits & Pieces, Beloit’s a cappella group, rehearses in the Hendricks Center for the Arts.

Compose your music experience

At Beloit College, students don’t have to decide between music and other interests, thanks to a flexible curriculum and supportive environment. (Music scholarships help, too.)  

Seniors Jeremy Duval, Graham Olen, and Cam Meiers during a trust exercise in rehearsal.

Three Beloiters join local RENT production

A Janesville director casts the beloved musical with all-LGBTQ+ actors — including three of Beloit’s own — for the first time and received video messages of support from two original cast members. “This is the exact time you should be doing a show like this,” they said. “You’re part of the RENT family now.”

Dance students, left to right: Grace Scott’22, Quynn Evans’23, Julia Newmark’25, Millie Engstrom’24, Emma Logas’25, Charline Davis-Alicea’22, Emily O’Brien’22, Kelli Badgley’22, and Mateo Marek’24 in Berlin seeing the city

Dance students travel to Berlin for immersive dance study

On May 15, shortly after the 2022 commencement, nine dance students departed for Berlin, Germany to participate in a Beloit College Global Engagement Seminar of immersive dance study, creation and performance.


Past Performances

Rehearsal for Murder

Beloit College students performed Rehearsal for Murder in April of 2024. The script was full of twist and turns, and the performance required the full use of the theatre space.


Chelonia 2024

Chelonia is Beloit’s annual evening of concert dance spanning featuring multiple dance styles. This year featured work by AJ Juarez, an Argentinian choreographer who works in Hip-Hop Dance and Latin Fusion, as well as new works from dance faculty and student choreographers.

Ms. Holmes and Ms. Watson - Apt. 2B, a delightful and witty romp with a classic duo re-envisioned to study the mysteries of friendship.

Ms. Holmes and Ms. Watson - Apt. 2B

Beloit College students performed Ms. Holmes and Ms. Watson - Apt. 2B in November of 2023. The show is a delightful and witty romp with a classic duo re-envisioned to study the mysteries of friendship.


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