Rethinking the Entrepreneur

You’ve heard it all before: Entrepreneurs are risk takers, mavericks, probably overconfident, maybe even greedy. But Beloiters on the ground prove otherwise, offering a different perspective on entrepreneurs and their roles in society.
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Clearing the Bar

At 86-years-young, Jerry Donley’51 has no intention of quitting pole vaulting anytime soon.


Students and Faculty lined up for convocation.

Students Go First

At last fall’s Convocation, the formal ceremony that kicks off the academic year, new students marched en masse to Eaton Chapel along College Street through a phalanx of cheering faculty instead of the other way around.

Flu Shot: It’s Not About You

Each fall, when the college holds a flu shot clinic on campus, the Human Resources Office sends an email to all campus denizens, reminding them to make an appointment.
Stadium entrance after renovation.

Making an Entrance

The once uninspiring entrance to Strong Stadium, with its chain link gate and narrow entrance, received a major upgrade over the summer.

Sexual Assault Survey Results Are In

At a public forum in September, the Beloit community discussed findings of a Sexual As-
sault and Campus Climate survey, conducted last spring by the Dean of Students Office.
Beloit College Powerhouse from the river

Powerhouse Ready to Power Up

The stage is set for Beloit’s one-of-a-kind building to open by fall 2019 Beloit’s plans to reimagine a decommissioned power plant along the Rock River as a sustainable, fully integrated student union and recreation center have reached a turning point.

November Turbulence

The week after the U.S. presidential election made for an unsettling time on campus.
Darrell Scott, Jr.'13 and Abigail Bohstedt'13

Young Alumni Lost in Car Accident

The heartbreaking news reached campus and spread quickly on social media that Darrell Scott, Jr. and Abigail Bohstedt died in a car accident on Aug. 1, 2016, while driving from Chicago to Iowa.
Students marching in solidarity

Freedom March

Beloit held its inaugural Freedom March the first Saturday of October.

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