After Beloit

Updates from our recent alumni


Point of No Return: Speaking out for democracy and freedom

Anastasia Voronovsky’21 grew up in Vladimir Putin’s Russia, but as an international student on Beloit’s campus, she gained a new perspective on her home country and grappled with what she learned.

Emily Eagle and Antariksh show the power of networking, having stayed connected after a chance meeting at the Buccaneer Boathouse in 2022.

Alumni gather around tech, ethics, and the liberal arts

During a Beloiter Days event, alumni, parents, and students talked about the connections between an education at Beloit and working in the tech field.  

IR/POLS 2023 senior banquet

Senior lunch held on May 4th

The IR and POLS programs celebrated this year’s graduating class over a meal prepared by Beth Dougherty


Get ready to vote in the Feb. 21 Supreme Court primary

The Wisconsin Supreme Court election is coming up fast. The primary, which is Feb. 21, will narrow the four candidates to two. The general election is April 4 .  The Why Bother, Wisconsin? campaign urges everyone to get informed and vote.   

The Vermont state house hidden behind some trees.

Beloit Goes to Montpelier

Alumni of different political stripes have an outsized presence in Vermont’s State House. They talk about their goals and accomplishments and what drives them to serve.

Deepakshi Bhardwaj’22 during a theater department visit in Madison, WI

Becoming myself at Beloit College

Deepakshi Bhardwaj’22 came to Beloit College with political science in mind. She graduated with both majors in international relations and business economics and a strong sense of self.  

Grady Spencer ’22

Grady Spencer ’22 to promote access to the country’s largest national forest

The Tongass National Forest stretches along the coast of southeastern Alaska.


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