September 23, 2016

Remembering Tyler

Family, friends, and former professors gathered at the corner of Bushnell and Pleasant Streets on the morning of June 27 to celebrate the life of Tyler Hubb’15.

Tyler Hubb The 2015 honors graduate died in November, just months after Commencement, the result of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. He was 22-years-old.

Alongside a newly planted Winter King Hawthorn tree that was dedicated as a memorial, Hubb was remembered as a person who brought curiosity and passion to so many different things: motorcycle racing, art, computer science. College President Scott Bierman noted that he was probably the first Beloit College student ever to have participated in a motorcycle competition on the morning of his own Commencement. Hubb was an accomplished Champion Cup Series racer, who grew up in South Beloit, Ill., and came to the college initially as a Porter Scholar during high school. A computer science major, he had just moved to Eau Claire, Wis., to take a job as a software developer.

Also In This Issue

  • Blackballed: The Black and White Politics of Race on America’s Campuses By Lawrence Ross

    Politics of Race

  • Beloit College Baseball celebrates their Midwest Conference Championship

    Recipe for Success Leads Bucs to MWC Championship

  • Students pose in front of Emerson Hall in the 1930s when the residence hall was exclusively for women.

    Emerson Hall Starts New Chapter


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