Hitting it out of the Park

Joe Davis’10, still in his 20s, soared to a coveted post as the play-by-play announcer for the L.A. Dodgers after iconic broadcaster Vin Scully retired. How has he come so far so fast? 

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Profiles

 

Windows to the Past

Tom Dickinson’73 learned to recognize the signs. Before a house was discreetly torn down in his adopted city of Arlington, Va., the power lines might be clipped and the lawn neglected. The next time he drove by, the house would be gone.
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Notebook

Education for the 21st Century

A Beloit education is more relevant today than ever, and the college is rolling out action plans that double down on its unique residential liberal arts experience, while placing a new focus on how the value of that experience is articulated to students, prospective students, and other stakeholders.
Installation of the Powerhouse pedestrian bridge.

On the Waterfront

Beloit College is part of the city of Beloit’s waterfront now that a pedestrian bridge connects the campus to the Powerhouse and the Rock River.
Flying Red Harrows was featured in a retrospective exhibit last summer on the artwork of influent...

Artful Legacy

The Wright Museum of Art and the Beloit Art Center in downtown Beloit exhibited a selection of works by the late Franklin Boggs (1914-2009).

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