The Illustrious Field Term

Beloit’s experimental calendar with its required off-campus term was a game changer.
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Students use modern technology to learn more about the mounds.

Campus Archaeology

Beloit College has a long history with public archaeology, in large part because it is one of the only colleges in the country to have actual Native American burial mounds on its campus.
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Profiles

Notebook

Record Interest in Beloit—Again

After setting a new record for applications and drawing the largest incoming class in more than 40 years to the college this past fall, Beloit is showing early signs of a consecutive record-breaking enrollment year.
Emerson Hall

Emerson Hall Restoration Scales Up

At its winter meeting, the college’s board of trustees approved a request to allow additional donations to be applied to the restoration of Emerson Hall.
Lana Wieseman?16 preparing to take a free throw.

All-Time Leading Scorer

Senior Lana Wieseman is among the best women’s basketball players ever to suit up for Beloit.
Drawing of William Shakespeare

Shakespeare and the Actor

Questioning the integrity of Shakespeare’s work has been a centuries-long fixation of literature and theater aficionados.
Bobbi Conner at commencement

Thanks, Bobbie

Bobbie Conner, a dedicated member of the college’s housekeeping staff for 21 years, retired in January.
The Women?s Soccer team welcomed Isla Lentz.

Soccer Team Signs 6-Year-Old

Women’s soccer at Beloit signed a significant new member to its team in February. Six-year-old Isla Lentz of nearby Rockton, Ill., who is battling cystic fibrosis, officially joined the team at a signing ceremony in the Sports Center Feb. 24.
Students enjoy dining at Lucy?s #7 in downtown Beloit.

Downtown Food Scene

Alumni returning for Reunion this year will find a couple of new eateries in downtown Beloit inside the vibrant four-story Phoenix Building in the 400 block of East Grand Avenue, just west of the college bookstore.

Radio Pioneer

Charles Culver, the college’s first physics professor in what was then an emerging academic field, transmitted the first long-distance radio signals in the state of Wisconsin from Beloit’s campus in 1908.

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