Student Work


Gov. Evers, candidates hit campus in run-up to Nov. 8 election

Beloit College’s Why Bother, Wisconsin? effort encourages students to vote and learn about the candidates on the ballot.

Jada Daniel’23 wants her scholarship to support and give visibility to communities of color.

Using scholarship as activism

Throughout her four years at Beloit, senior Jada Daniel has conducted research and been a leader across campus as a means to uplift others. As she prepares for her sociology Ph.D. program at Northwestern, she will continue to, in her words, “give back by producing compelling and accessible research that works with , not on ,…

Beloit faculty and students at the Art Institute, February 25, 2023

Students participate in the Art Institute’s University Partner Fest in Chicago

University Partner Fest brings together college students and faculty from participating institutions to study the museum’s collections.


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.   

Martu Kollie (left) conducting research on community resiliency

Martu Kollie helps communities protect themselves from flooding

Her work was conducted during the Summer of 2022 through PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies Green Team Program in Northern New Jersey

Garrison Ferone’23 at right, front after measuring, weighing, and checking the respiration of a sea turtle in the Galapagos.

Traveling the world and our own backyard

They conducted archaeological research on Neanderthal stone tools in North Macedonia and swam with sea lions in the Galapagos, trained as an EMT with the South Beloit Fire Department and studied environmental policy in Finland.

   Martu Kollie’23, Shruthi Chandrasekar’23, Veeka Malanchuk’24, Autumn Green’24, and Magali Gray’24 take a break from their lobbying conference to take a photo outside the Capitol.

‘It starts with young people’

Five Beloiters recently traveled to the nation’s capital to learn more about lobbying for immigration rights. Funded through the Weissberg Program in Human Rights and Social Justice , the trip showed the students how young people can advocate for lasting change.  


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