Growing Local

Veggies in Beloit’s Urban Garden grow just two blocks from where they end up on Commons dinner plates. The student-run garden is teaching problem-solving skills and generating a bumper crop of love and appreciation … for compost.
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Illustration by: Michael Morgenstern

The Problem of False Confessions

In police interrogation rooms across the country, innocent people confess to crimes they never committed—serious crimes like murder and sexual assault.




A crane floats on a barge on the Rock River next to the Powerhouse.

Powerhouse Project Kicks Off, Cranes Move In

Reunion Weekend in June marked the official kick off of the Powerhouse project, as alumni, faculty and staff, city and state officials, and partners gathered on Aldrich Field to recognize the partnerships making possible the power plant’s transformation into a student union and recreation center.
McAllister Plaza in front of Campbell Hall.

McAllister Plaza Dedicated

During the May meeting of the board of trustees, friends and colleagues came together to dedicate a renewed façade and expanded entry into Campbell Hall (formerly North College) to the late Les McAllister, an influential professor emeritus of economics.
New Student Days 2017 T-Shirt

Class of 2021 Arrives

Yep, you read that right: First-year students at Beloit this fall are members of the class of 2021.
One of the oldest and largest trees on campus that came down in a storm the night of May 17.

Towering Oak Topples

One of the oldest and largest trees on campus came down in a storm the night of May 17, sending its resident family of squirrels scrambling to find a new home.

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