The spring 2012 issue of Beloit College Magazine has arrived on campus. When you pick one up, you might notice it looks and feels a little different. That’s because it’s the first edition—ever—to be printed on 100 percent recycled, uncoated paper.
Inside, you’ll find:
- a follow-up with five students who arrived on campus bearing unusual possessions four years ago
- profile of Rob LaFleur and his work on a management book with bestseller potential
- a photo spread of campus life during two very different cultural eras (with additional photos online)
- a profile of a 2010 alumnus gearing up to compete in the summer Olympics
- a Q & A with Beth Dougherty giving context to the Arab Spring one year out
And much, much more. Magazines are mailed to Beloiters far and wide; on campus, single copies will be placed in faculty, staff, and senior students’ mailboxes. Everyone may pick up a copy from the Pearsons and Eaton Chapel racks or the Office of Communications and Marketing.