The Complexity and Promise of Legal Cannabis

How four Beloiters are trailblazing in the cannabis industry through legal marketplaces and social and environmental policies.
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Kilauea in the Year of the Dog

A professional photographer based on the Big Island of Hawaii, Melissa Schelling’80 planned to make photographs of dogs each day in 2018, the Year of the Dog. Then a volcano intervened.
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The Powerhouse under construction at dusk, lights shining through the building’s windows.

Countdown Clock at Zero for the Powerhouse

By the time you read this, the decommissioned power plant that stood across the road from campus for nearly a century will have completed its transformation into the Powerhouse at Beloit College, an integrated student union, recreation, and athletic center.
Poet Marilyn Chin will be the 30th writer of distinction to hold the Mackey Chair.

30 Years of the Mackey Writers’ Program

For the 30th consecutive academic year, Beloit students enrolled in the Mackey Workshop will have a chance to study with a writer of distinction as they work toward improving their craft.
Students working together in a classroom.

‘Be All In’ Campaign Launches in 2020

In early 2020, Beloit College will be kicking off “Be All In,” a five-year, $50 million fundraising campaign. The dollars raised will be invested in people and programs, and reposition the college to thrive.
Cover of Beloved by Toni Morrison.

Reflecting on Toni Morrison’s Legacy

A fall-semester panel explored the life, literature, and legacy of Toni Morrison, the celebrated novelist and Nobel laureate who died at the age of 88.

Downtown Beloit

Brick and Mortar Bookstore to Close in May

Turtle Creek Books in downtown Beloit will close at the end of the 2019-20 academic year, ending a nearly 20-year partnership between the college and Barnes & Noble booksellers.
The city of South Beloit’s first public sculpture.

Class Project Turns into Public Sculpture

The city of South Beloit’s first public sculpture has roots in a Beloit College art class and a longtime friendship between the college and Truman Lowe, an internationally acclaimed Ho-Chunk artist and longtime University of Wisconsin-Madison professor of art.

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