Cheesemaker

Veronica Pedraza’02 originally chose her major to get in to law school, but today her rhetoric and discourse background helps her talk about the award-winning, farmstead cheeses she produces. What’s more, her very existence on a central New York farm is helping to preserve rural land and a vanishing way of life.

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Bobbi Cordano?86 gives remarks to Gallaudet University?s Staff Council in January, just after tak...

Top of Her Game

Morale booster. “Snowzilla” foe. Leader of a one-of-a kind educational institution. Bobbi Cordano is all of the above and more at the nation’s only barrier-free university for deaf and hard of hearing students.
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Notebook

Reid Libby?16 sings an impromptu tribute to theatre professor John Kaufmann.

Commencement Serenade a Highlight

Beloit’s 166th Commencement was filled with sunshine, joy, farewells, and a couple of surprises as 293 students approached the stage in front of Middle College and then exited as newly minted alumni.

A Stich in Time

For the past 34 years, Donna Thorson (Thalman) has created the costumes that make each theatre production at Beloit so special.
Tyler Hubb

Remembering Tyler

Family, friends, and former professors gathered at the corner of Bushnell and Pleasant Streets on the morning of June 27 to celebrate the life of Tyler Hubb’15.
Fabiola Ramirez Montoya?16

Bravo, Dreamers

Special congratulations are in order for Milica Mihajlovic’16, Fabiola Ramirez Montoya’16, and Katia’16—three of the four “dreamers” we featured in a fall/ winter 2014 Beloit College Magazine cover story about undocumented students. All three women graduated from Beloit in May.

Beloit Welcomes the Class of 2020

By the time you read this, Beloit’s newest students—numbering 396 first-years, 26 transfers, and 19 exchange students—will already have at least a week or two of college under their belts.
Students pose in front of Emerson Hall in the 1930s when the residence hall was exclusively for w...

Emerson Hall Starts New Chapter

As this magazine was headed for the press in early August, contractors were putting finishing touches on the interior of Emerson Hall, which is home this fall to 55 upper-class students living in a mixture of studio, two-bedroom, and one-bedroom apartments.

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