April 12, 2024

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Fragments of Beloit College student life from the Beloit College Archives.

In the classroom

English professor David Stocking and students engage in explication around a seminar table in the 1960s, equipped with books, papers, and... English professor David Stocking and students engage in explication around a seminar table in the 1960s, equipped with books, papers, and an ashtray.

English professor David Stocking and students engage in explication around a seminar table in the 1960s, equipped with books, papers, and an ashtray.


Library memories

Students studying in the library in 2007. With the newly renovated Morse Library reopening this summer, we want to hear your favorite memories of the library from your time at Beloit. belmag@beloit.edu


Share what you remember

Have some details about any of the above? Or, do you have your own memory to share? Send details to belmag@beloit.edu.


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  • Two students and a dog in the fall of 1976. They’re pictured in front of the Student Union during its heyday as a gathering place, nearing the end of the Beloit Plan era. While the college had a year-round calendar, many students lived off campus and could avoid college rules about pets, so it was common to see dogs visiting campus.

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