Lorine Niedecker’s poetry was on the cutting-edge of 20th century modernism, but it was largely unknown and unrecognized until years after her passing in 1970. Passionate advocates hope to raise her profile on campus and throughout the Midwest.
Students got advice from an alumni panel about navigating careers, facing personal and professional adversity, and applying their Beloit experiences toward a fulfilling life.
The award will help professionals from small museums, libraries, archives, and other cultural organizations to attend Beloit’s summer Center for Collections Care (C3) program.
The updated library building will be the home of Impact Beloit, a new program which unifies the college’s career-preparedness offerings.
This year’s Lois and Willard Mackey Chair in Creative Writing encouraged members of the Beloit community to embrace their inner child.
Djuvane Browne’04, Casey Nelson’03, Katie McCool Nichols’08, and Mary Parker’10 were inducted last fall into Beloit’s Athletic Hall of Honor. The distinctions, given to outstanding former student-athletes, were presented during Beloiter Days.
In February, Beloit rolled out a calendar chock-full of events honoring Black history, culture, and individuals of the past and present.
This past October, Beloit College welcomed alumni, families, and friends back to campus for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic.
The search for Beloit College’s 12th president is intensifying, with the selection process entering its most rigorous phase and candidates advancing as finalists.
Dr. Atiera Coleman’10 has accepted the senior class officers’ invitation to be the college’s 2023 Commencement speaker in celebration of her leadership advocating for social change.