Shelbi Wilkin working in the costume shop.

Making and sharing PPE

When face masks and other protective gear were sorely needed but in short supply, Beloit faculty and staff got creative.

Britney Johnson’20

Britney Johnson recognized for academic achievements, dedication to community

An award named for Martha Peterson, Beloit’s 7th college president, has singled out one remarkable graduate each year since 1981.

Gabe Gonzalez dancing for their dog Lucy on a balcony.

Separated, but Dancing Together

The Dance Entrepreneurship class curated a virtual dance festival featuring current Beloit students, alumni, and faculty during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

   Kerry Randazzo’20

Art in Service of a Greater Cause

Kerry Randazzo’20 combined his love of theatre arts with a major in environmental arts and communications. “I began to think more about my art and how it could best be put to use in service of a greater cause, with more focus on applying my performance art and costume design to get my audiences to engage with environmental issues.”

When a lizard hitchhiked onto the tram with me- Kerry in Budapest, Hungary

Postcard from Hungary: Understanding socialism & social justice

Studying abroad in Budapest, Hungary, Kerry Randazzo is learning that history is very present in the collective consciousness of many Hungarians.

Shelbi Wilkin, costume shop manager for the theater and dance department, advises a student.

Humans of Beloit: Shelbi Wilkin

Shelbi Wilkin,costume shop manager, took a break from preparing for a busy season in Neese to chat about sustainable fashion, her talented cat, and how her different interests unite under the lacy umbrella of costume design.

Associate Professor of Dance Gina T’ai

The Intersection of Dance and Community

Associate Professor of Dance Gina T’ai discusses her community-based course called Topics in Dance Entrepreneurship.

Alice Gehrke’16

Alice Gehrke‘16

After Beloit, Alice is exploring how theatre could be used as a therapeutic tool.

Anu Yadav

Cocoons, civic theater, and creating community

“Telling one’s story is a form of theater,” says Pasquin Visiting Artist Anu Yadav.

Mya Hernandez’21 dancing.

Dancing Through Life

Mya Hernandez’21 brings dance to all aspects of her Beloit experience, from classes to extracurriculars to working off campus.