April 22 - 28

Spring is here

Tim Leslie speaks to students at the launch party for the Schools of Environment & Sustainability and Media & Arts.We hope you got your questions answered at Thursday’s launch of the two new schools - School of Media & the Arts and School of Environment & Sustainability. If you weren’t able to attend, don’t hesitate to reach out to either of the directors, Shawn Gillen or Jay Zambito respectively.

Hello Beloiters! We hope you are all taking time to go outside to enjoy the warmer temperatures and greener campus. 

Wednesday is Spring Day

Spring Day has a carnival theme this year, fitting for a celebration of students’ hard work as the academic year ends and graduation nears. With no classes, students can enjoy inflatables, caricatures, yard sales, activities, free T-shirts, snacks, music, volleyball, and more from noon to 3 p.m. Visit Commons during the lunch hour to sample carnival-inspired food.

Various clubs and organizations are also holding events during Spring Day, including:

  • 11 a.m to 1 p.m.Pie a Greek with Sigma Chi, at 810 College St.
  • Noon to 2 p.m.Craft Booth with Collage Club, outside of the Science Center
  • 1 to 2 p.m.KD Karnival with Kappa Delta, raising money for Girl Scouts and Prevent Child Abuse America, at 837 College St.
  • 2 p.m.Poetry Reading with Aardvark Authors, in the Poetry Garden

Earth Week

The Sustainability Channel and student organizations are hosting a number of events to celebrate Earth Week.

Sigma Chi Derby Days

Beloit’s Sigma Chi chapter is hosting Derby Days, an annual fundraising event to foster campus collaboration, competition and community while raising money for the Huntsman Cancer Foundation. Sigma Chi is hosting events from April 22 to April 28.

Each day, there will be an event or competition, and each is not exclusive to Greek Organizations. Any student or staff member may participate in the competitions and use their participation toward the Greek organization of their choice.

Performances this week

Come out and support students’ work in music and theatre.

Sports recap

  • Women’s lacrosse went 1-1 on the week in two conference matchups. Their huge 19-17 win against Concordia University (Wis.) puts them in the three seed and in great position to make the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference (NACC) tournament. Senior night is at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
  • Men’s lacrosse lost their two NACC matchups this week. They will be on the road for their last two games in search of their first conference win.
  • Baseball opened the week with a Midwest Conference doubleheader against Lawrence University on Tuesday. The Bucs lost the first and the second was suspended due to rain after the third inning. The Bucs then took two wins in a three-games series against Grinnell College.
  • Softball had a pair of non-conference games postponed to Wednesday. They then lost two one-run heartbreakers to Lawrence University, 7-6 and 9-8.
  • Track and field competed in the Augustana Meet of Champions. The men’s team placed 12 of 24 teams, while the women’s team placed 13.


A passion for uplifting others

Beloit has allowed Joya Saxena'25 to get involved in campus events and social justice work.

Joya Saxena’25 knew from a young age that she was passionate about social justice, and ger experiences at Beloit have helped her shape a clearer vision of her future.

Off the hill and into the community

Nico Doret'24 at a booth for the Beloit International Film Festival

Launched in fall 2023, the year-long Impact Beloit Community Fellows program pairs high-achieving seniors with a community partner organization to give them hands-on experience and an opportunity to learn more about the city and being an engaged citizen.

Upcoming Events


Esports Survey

If you love playing or spectating esports and games, or if you want to represent Beloit as an esports athlete, please fill out this short survey! Responses will be accepted through May 1.

2025 Senior Class Officers

Congratulations to Joya Saxena, Satirtha Saha Protya, Laraib Irfan, Camille Ledoux, Kale Taft for being elected Senior Class Officers for the Class of 2025.

Student satisfaction survey

Students have until May 5 to answer the HEDS Student Satisfaction Survey, which asks for student input about their college experience. Students can respond to the survey by clicking the individualized link they received by email from BeloitCollege@hedsconsortium.org.

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