June 08, 2022

Uncovering Hidden Campus Spaces and Places

Beloit’s 176-year-old campus is full of hidden spaces and curiosities.

We’re planning a fall story about some of them, including a rarely seen small chapel-within-a-chapel, a cave that was once used for teaching, and a red dragon mascot set into concrete on a campus sidewalk.

Do you know of an obscure physical space or an oddity on campus? Even if you don’t know the story behind it, send an email to belmag@beloit.edu and we’ll investigate.

Also In This Issue

  • Students play a game of pool in the C-Haus, circa 2015.

    We want the C-Haus!

  • The Americares Emergency Response team assesses a map of Ukraine and discusses potential points of distribution for medicines and medical supplies in Rzeszów, Poland, in March. Adam Keehn’80, director of complex humanitarian emergencies for Americares, is on the far right.

    Addressing a health crisis in a war zone

  • Book cover of “The Sonnets to Orpheus” by Rainer Maria Rilke.

    The Sonnets to Orpheus


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